Product DescriptionBecome the galaxy's ultimate hero by saving it from sure destruction by playing a rousing game of Clue: Star Wars edition. Players can choose from characters like Luke, Leia, Han, or Chewy, to find Vader's top secret plans for the Death Star. [Read more]
Top ReviewsFLIMSY BOARD AND NOTHING LIKE THE ORIGINAL CLUE GAME
by E. Piper (3 out of 5 stars)
January 12, 2017
I bought this for my 10 year old grandson for Christmas and even though he liked it, I don't think it will last very long. The board is flimsy, cheaply made and falls apart while you're playing the game even though it was assembled correctly. It won't last long. The game is complex and not nearly as much fun as the original. I think that I'll buy him the original clue game and show him how much fun that game is. I don't recommend it and don't believe it is worth the money.
Fun twist on Clue
by Joel Brooks (3 out of 5 stars)
January 2, 2017
Nice twist on Clue, but if you get sent to the Detention Block and no one comes to rescue you, you have no chance to win and the game becomes horribly boring.
Also, the tiles that come with the game showing the planets and vehicles are unnecessary. The size of the board makes it difficult to use them. It's not the same as moving the weapons and people like in the original Clue.
But it was fun. Our first game ended exactly like the movie, Alderran was the planet to be destroyed and we escaped in the Millennium Falcon.
Great twist on the original game
by Momof2 (5 out of 5 stars)
July 10, 2018
We're a big Star Wars family, so when I found this while searching for a classic Clue game, we had to try it. The game follows the same basic principle of figuring out 3 items, but in this game, you have to figure out (1) in which room in the Death Star the Death Star plans are hidden (which doesn't make sense when you think about it...), (2) which planet Darth Vader is going to destroy with the Death Star, and (3) what vehicle you will use to escape the Death Star. There are also additional cards that affect game play, that come with the possibility of the game ended where no one ends because you're all stuck in a detention cell. Oh, and the game board has 2 levels. It's a heck of a lot of fun, and we love playing it.
Great twist to a classic game!
by GA Homeschoolers (5 out of 5 stars)
July 1, 2018
My children love Star Wars and have expressed a desire to collect all of the Star Wars themed classic games. This is a fun twist to the Clue we all know. Instead of finding out the who, where, and with what, this 3D version has the players searching for what planet is next targeted, where are the Death Star plans, and in which ship will you escape. Great fun!
*Note- responsible children or adults are recommended to set up and put away game. The Death Star playing board is made of cardboard and won't hold up to rough use.
How to improve on Clue? STAR WARS VERSION!
by Molly (5 out of 5 stars)
February 2, 2017
Okay so I was wondering how they were going to do any novelty Clue game as I was unsure how you improve on an awesome game. The answer is of course to make it 3-D! They have you build up the station and move up and down and around on the board. This was amazing. I love the trash compactor room and the detail they put into the game for all Star Wars fans. If you like Clue and Star Wars definitely buy this game. Only thing was the instructions were a little hard to understand about putting the top part together but after a few minutes of playing with it you can figure it out.
Invest in a tabletop lazy susan too!
by Nathan M (4 out of 5 stars)
February 16, 2017
It's a pretty fun game. Definitely different than the original clue. The board is wonky and makes it difficult to play with 4 people (and keep individual clue sheets secret) because your forced to all kind of sit side by side. We found that if you put it on a tabletop lazy Susan it works a lot better.
by Mark from Houston (4 out of 5 stars)
May 21, 2017
This is a fun version of Clue, which adds the complication of being sent to the detention center and waiting for rescue. It also allows a player to zoom from room to room. There are tokens that represent ships and planets, but they are not very useful. The player tokens are monochromatic. They seem plain next to the nice graphics of the 2 level playing board. The instructions are not clear about how to move the characters (can you move out and back into the same room, are you in the room at the doorway, or must you move one more to "enter" the room, etc.) We made up our own rules that made sense. We love Star Wars, so they would really have had to mess it up for us not to like this.
Great game to teach your young Star Wars Lover Strategy
by RW,Top Contributor: Lego (4 out of 5 stars)
April 30, 2018
The game is fun and the characters are great. Excellent for the family. Great way to teach your young Star Wars lover strategy and process of elimination. My gripe is that this is a two level game to simulate the Death Star, but the pieces needed to make this two levels were NOT inside the box? Poor quality control? Literally they just weren't in there so we have to lay the top and bottom next to each other which is not as cool as two levels. Especially for the kids. Game itself is great and as you would expect.
Cool Graphics, ok game
by Jenn McC (3 out of 5 stars)
December 29, 2016
My kid's enjoyed the game. It was a bit confusing. Loved the character pawns and names on rooms, vehicles ect. The board did not stay together well and lead to frustration would prefer a standard board.
Looks fun, but game play isn't great.
by L Hamilton (1 out of 5 stars)
February 6, 2017
Game play is NOT like regular clue. The board looks fun, but it is hard to move the pieces around and confusing. We tried it twice and will probably never play it again. Cool idea, but bad execution.
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