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The spinner didn't function very well.
I found this game for next to nothing at a yard sale, and I have to admit that it is scarcely better than the dollar or so I paid for it.
The outcomes are easy to predict, and there is a set amount of tiles necessary from each skill so there's very little replayability.
The concept of this game is essentially the same as the standard version of Life, except instead of money, players accumulate Jedi skill points. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Michelle L Chisholm
Easy to follow rules with great positive messages on the cards. Spinner could be better but the game is so fun that you live with it.Published 8 months ago by Deepa Patel
My kids got this from me for Christmas and love it way better than the orignal Life game. We also have The Pirates of the Carribean Life game version too, and that was a fail, but... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Terri
I purchased this game at a flea market and found it was missing some vital pieces. I contacted Hasbro and they informed me that they no longer had replacement parts for this game. Read morePublished 19 months ago by cjmfebruary
the spinner is horrible, it works well enough, but could have been better. but the game is fun with the replay being moderate.Published 22 months ago by phannon
Like some of the other reviewers of this game, I love the Game of Life and I love Star Wars. I grew up on the deep and replayable role-play of Life and the imaginative world of... Read morePublished on July 15, 2012 by J. Johnston
OMG!!!! Received this and it was in better condition then I had expected. VERY pleased as it was a gift.Published on January 13, 2012 by MsThingNV
Poorly created game just to cash in on the franchise license.
Poorly constructed, too quick, not very fun.
Not even close to what we thought this game would be. Highly dissapointed! The rules were not designed for children to understand. Read morePublished on June 25, 2002