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- Features 13 galactic locations--including Endor, Dagobah, Mustafar, Hoth and More!
- Encourages cooperation and teamwork
- Promotes observational skills and attention to detail
- Promotes object identification and matching skills
- Great for the whole family
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Blast off on a location-hopping adventure through the Star Wars galaxy, from Tatooine and the Death Star, to Jakku and more! Search the galaxy for over a thousand characters, starships, Droids, and artifacts in a quest to find R2-D2!.
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That's where the problems started. The first item my daughter had to search for was a medical droid. Her planet was "the Battle of Endor", my son had "the Death Star" and I had "Hoth". My planet was the only one that had a medical droid, so I won that round. When you win a round, you get a "reward token". The one I got was R2-D2, which is the game winning piece, so I won after the first round. I know the odds were low that would happen again, but it shows that the game can end abruptly and that doesn't inspire confidence.
The next problem we ran into, again, is the card you have to search for. The way the game works is by setting 3 cards down on the "transmission placard", which has 3 slots numbered 1-3. Then you roll a dice that has numbers and other markers that I won't bother getting into. The main numbers are 1,2 and 3. If you roll a two, for example, you see what's on #2 of the placard and everyone searches for that thing. The winner of the round finds most of that thing. 3 rounds went by where none of was on the correct planet to search for things. For example, we had to find Destroyer Droids. Since we were all on Original Trilogy "planets", no Destroyer droids. Another example? Red Imperial guards. Not on Hoth, Death Star (why not?) and not on Endor. So we switched planets and the next card was Princess Leia. None of us was on a planet with Leia.
After 15 minutes, frustration outweighed enjoyment so we boxed it up and will attempt to return it.
Short version is for each turn you are on one of 7 planets, and your search is confined to that area. Besides the frustration of trying to explain to a 4 year old what a Dwarf Spider Droid is (not that I even know, but hey it comes with a blue and white realistic picture of one - even though you're searching for colorful cartoonish versions, so you need to have Star Wars knowledge but I digress).. besides that frustration, the majority of the time the items aren't even on your planet.
Then when we got cards that should be universal and easy to spot "statues" and "cups", there were still cards that had none, which just led to frustration.
Then every once in a while you get to "search" for a character. We'll say Yoda for example. Even that doesn't go well because generally speaking the characters are pretty obviously placed and they aren't going to be in the same scene more than one time. So when it comes to character cards, either you have it or you don't. There's not much finding to do.
And icing on the cake I think the creators know that generally speaking there just aren't objects to find because the game doesn't even come with a timer. The rules might as well say "go until you're frustrated".
Unless you collect everything Star Wars or are just an uber fan, I just don't see what value this game brings to anyone.
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