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Trouble Star Wars R2-D2 Is In Trouble Game by Hasbro
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- New pop-o-matic R2-D2 Trouble! Engage kids in a new way with the Clone Wars animated R2-D2.
- The game play of Trouble with the Clone Wars R2-D2 character combine to create a unique Clone Wars Trouble experience.
- Includes real R2-D2 electronic sounds.
- Be the first to get your pawns home to win!
- Pop-o-matic automatically tumbles dice when pressed and released
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The only reason I am giving it 2 stars instead of 5 is because of the material quality. The pawns are cheap with stickers that peel off easily and they fall over. The board itself is completely flimsy. I wish that companies would stick with the original materials. I remember Trouble being a sturdy game board with pieces that lasted.
It has some very exciting features. There is a little R2D2 figure inside the pop bubble with the die, and an electronic sound chip that makes several different R2D2 sounds each time you pop. The game pieces have stickers you put on them, each color consisting of a different "team" of Star Wars characters, such as C3PO, Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Droids, General Grievous, Count Douko,Clones, etc. (Forgive my misspellings if you are a die-hard Star Wars fan).
The game board is set up exactly like regular "Trouble." The same number of spaces, etc. But there are some additional simple "Star Wars" rules you can choose to that make the play more interesting. For example, if you pop and R2D2 lands standing upright, that counts as a "6" in addition to whatever is on the die. So, if you get a four, but R2D2 is standing up,you have a 6 and a 4 to use as you wish, and you get to pop again. You can move one pawn 10 spaces, or you can get one pawn out and move it four spaces, or you can split the move between two pawns, either getting one out or moving one six spaces, and moving another four spaces. If R2D2 is upright, that counts as a six and the player can pop again.
My 4-star rating is for durability and packaging. The box is flimsy! Such thin cardboard--no heavier than a cheap postcard! Whatever happened to good, durable game boxes like they used to make! Grrr. Also, the game board has a thin cardstock placed over a plastic molded form. Not the sturdiest design. Good enough, but not the best. They just don't make things like they used to!Read more ›
At the time, I was living with my parents, having just graduated college, and the only other person to enjoy this game with me was my 7-year-old kid sister. I hadn't played Trouble in a while, but it's a very familiar game with very basic instructions. My sister got the hang of it right away.
I'm not the biggest fan of the CGI-version Clone Wars (I prefer the Tartakovsky version), but since it's pretty much the only Star Wars-themed Trouble I got it, though mostly for R2-D2.
R2-D2 has an on/off switch if you get annoyed by him. There's still the regular dice in there, and I never got tired of hearing little R2 chirp.
What bothered me the most was the quality. For $10 at my local Wally's World I wasn't expecting much, but it was worse than the regular editions of Trouble I had seen. There's no plastic over the cardboard layout, and you have to apply stickers to the pawns which is a bummer; I'd rather have etched pawns.
For $10-$15 it's not bad if you're a Star Wars geek and have kids. Since playing this when I initially bought it many years ago, I've gotten married and had a daughter, who this years is turning 3. I think it's safe to bring this game out of the basement to give it a whirl again.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fun twist on a classic game. How can you not love anything that has R2-D2 sound effects?! The characters that it comes with are from the Clone Wars. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Tbubbles
I bought this game for my future son-in-law. It has been a huge success and has been a staple for family game night, every night before bed, for he and his two children. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Jamille
Make kind of cheap, but I thought it was cool how the trouble button makes R2D2 noises! My 6 year old nephew loves playing this gamePublished 4 months ago by Sara Nissen
This game has great sounds!! My sons love the game and also love other the r2 beeps while pushing down the bubble. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Bug
We got this game and our kids loved it. We played it about 4 times the first night we had it. I love the R2-D2 noises and the added 6 turns you get when you roll and R2 lands... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Darth Vader's Mom
Excellent game, great sound effects, the box is a problem. I know that doesn't seem like it would be related to the game, but how in the world do you store it without the box? Read morePublished 6 months ago by Nanci K.
Trouble is one of those games that's been modified for every show/movie around. Most of the time you just get another Trouble game with different colors. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Obi Wan
Bought this for a friend's son. They loved it so much we will be buying the same game for our family.Published 10 months ago by Sarah E, Moody