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Star Wars Trivial Pursuit Classic Trilogy Collector's Edition

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  • Unique Numbered Gameboard
  • Sculpted Pewter Tokens
  • Electronic R2-D2 Randomizer
  • 400 Photo Cards with Over 2,000 Questions

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Item Weight9 g
Product Dimensions30.5 x 10.2 x 30.5 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:13 years and up
Item model number40825
Number of Game Players2
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
  
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ASINB000050AWW
Best Sellers Rank 228,867 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.3 Kg
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Date First Available4 Mar. 2008
  
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This is Trivial Pursuit - all about Star Wars. It uses the same boardgame layout, and has the same rules and objective as traditional Trivial Pursuit. But the board itself is designed around the Star Wars universe, and all the questions are concerned with the original trilogy. While there has been an updated 'interactive' version of this game - Trivial Pursuit Star Wars DVD Game - this edition retains the 'classic' feel of Trivial Pursuit at its best.

The playing pieces are Star Wars characters made from pewter; and there's an deluxe R2-D2 who serves as a dice. This game comes with 2000 questions - so there's plenty of repeat play value without the same questions reappearing. Everything about this edition of the game is high quality - and it's certainly fun to play.

It is for dedicated and enthusiastic Star Wars fans - otherwise you'll not know answers! If you are a major fan, you'll find it truly entertaining. I paid £50 for my game, so they're not cheap. But it's worth it!
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If you like to play Trivial Pursuit and you're Star Wars fan... this is the game. Very good game. I love it.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9e6ada24) out of 5 stars 40 reviews
33 of 34 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9384c60c) out of 5 stars Who's Luke's wingman's gunner's name...? 3 Dec. 2000
By Alan R. Holyoak - Published on Amazon.com
You'll have a chance to show your Star Wars original trilogy savvy in this trivial pursuit offering. This is a must have game for "true" Star Wars fans.
As much as I enjoy the game (thus the 5 star fun rating), I realize that there is little educational value to knowing lots of trivia about these movies (thus the 2 stars for educational value). And, even though there are multiple questions per card, you will hear all the questions if you play the game enough (thus the 4 stars for durability).
Even so, I've spent some enjoyable evenings with this version of Trivial Pursuit with friends and relatives who are also Star Wars fans.
This game is well worth the money for Star Wars junkies. A 5-star offering for a limited audience, and probably 3-4 stars for "normal people." But, like a friend of mine from college days used to say, "Why be normal?"
May the force be with you!
Alan Holyoak
25 of 27 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x963f7bc8) out of 5 stars Perfect for Star Wars fans 31 Dec. 2000
By Kristin S. - Published on Amazon.com
This is a perfect game for fans of Star Wars, especially if they enjoy trivia and Trivial Pursuit. The questions cover just about every aspect of the movie, and this makes it work well for die-hard fans and people who know the trilogy less well.
Questions range from super-easy: "Who played Han Solo?" (Harrison Ford). To difficult: "What was the last word Yoda said?" (Skywalker) To difficult for all but the best: "What was the serial number of the storm trooper uniform that Luke stole?" (TK-421) Lots of fun to play!
The design of this game is classic Trivial Pursuit, with stills from the movie in the colored sqares. Instead of round pies, though, you get pewter figurines. Part of the fun is choosing which character to be. And the pie pieces snap neatly into the bases.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x93a61408) out of 5 stars Fun for all types of fans... 6 April 2002
By R. Cannaday - Published on Amazon.com
My husband and I are huge Star Wars fans - hence having two different copies of the trilogy. We've both seen the movies a million times. We decided to buy this for some weekend fun - though the games don't last as long as a typical trivial pursuit game for us, we still have lots of fun. The questions range from very, very, very simple to extremely hard - I mean, I didn't watch the credits, so there are a few details which I just don't know about the actors who played minor characters.
This game is a lot of fun just to sit back and relax for a bit and to see how much you really do know about the Star Wars Universe. I wouldn't recommend this if you're looking for a serious trivia game, but if you're just looking for a bit of fun, its worth buying.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x956d100c) out of 5 stars Second Star (Wars) To the Right And Straight On Till Morning 14 Jun. 2002
By Tovarich Pizor - Published on Amazon.com
Specialized trivial games, in their defense, are difficult to construct. For a niche audience like Star Wars fans, levels of fandom vary so widely that it's hard to establish a baseline of what can be considered "general knowledge" that any reasonable player might know -- partly because it's unlikely the game's authors are big fans themselves, and partly because people who consider themselves "fans" will have widely ranging levels of obsession about the films.
This difficulty becomes readily apparent once you start playing the game; someone who has seen the movies once will find the difficulty of many questions just about right, but anyone who owns the videos and can quote favorite lines more obscure than "I've got a bad feeling about this" or "May the Force be with you" will quickly split the questions into two categories: "All to easy" and "That's impossible, even for a computer!"
That said, the designers have done about as well as could be expected with this game. The playing pieces are absolutely gorgeous, and whoever did the layout for the board has a terrific sense both of color balance and of significant scenes from the Star Wars films. The use of an electronic R2-D2 instead of dice is clever, though dice would probably be faster to roll. The box is durable (mine has survived two moves without a scratch) and the game should last a long time, provided the questions don't bore you to tears (I've answered as many as 30 without faltering) or slam you completely against a wall.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9384c9a8) out of 5 stars Star Wars Trivia Pursuit 27 Oct. 2001
By melissa miller - Published on Amazon.com
I bought this game for my son who is a big star wars buff. Once he opened it up, he began to read the questions to see just how much he knew about his favorite movies. He has been reading them ever since. He has a great time with this game because his friends are also big Star Wars fans and they can sit back and talk the lingo, and now that my son has received this game, he is the resident expert in his group on this matter. It is a great game for any age. I like the movies also and was surprised to see that i knew as much as i do about the Star Wars World. If you are a Star Wars fan, you will definately like this game. Give it a shot.
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