ANGRY BIRDS STAR WARS MILLENNIUM FALCON BOUNCE GAME
The wonderful people at Hasbro sent me the Angry Birds Star Wars Millennium Falcon Bounce Game to review for Star Wars Day (May 4th). My youngest daughter, at age 4, is an angry birds fanatic and she even talks about the angry birds in her sleep.
The idea of the game is to knock down the cardboard enemy pigs with the bouncy balls.
My daughter mastered the game very quickly and had lots of fun testing this game out,and it’s now her favorite game to play.
She also enjoyed bouncing the balls all over the house.
The Game Includes Millennium Falcon target, base, Luke Skywalker, Chewbacca and Han Solo bird balls, 5 cardboard pigs, 5 plastic stands and label sheets.
It retails for $19.99 and it’s recommended for ages 8+and for 1+ players and makes a perfect gift for the Angry Bird fan.
Bounce into action with the new ANGRY BIRDS STAR WARS MILLENNIUM FALCON BOUNCE GAME. Bounce three balls at the MILLENNIUM FALCON to knock down as many enemy pigs as possible, and land in the cockpit to score big! Players can also unlock ANGRY BIRDS STAR WARS in-app content with a special code in each pack.
The hilarious launching fun of ANGRY BIRDS meets the intergalactic awesomeness of Star Wars in the MILLENNIUM FALCON Bounce Game! Bounce in to help the Rebels escape and win!
Can you knock the sinister swine of the Empire off the MILLENNIUM FALCON and bounce the Rebel heroes into the cockpit? Launch your balls at the table and bounce them at the target.
You get points for every pig you knock over, every ball you land in the center target, and every ball you land in the cockpit. Birds beat pigs in the MILLENNIUM FALCON Bounce Game!
Hasbro has been generous to offer a copy of Angry Birds Star Wars Millennium Falcon Bounce Game to one of my US readers.
(sorry to my Canadian readers, however there is no Canada for this giveaway)
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I received The Angry Birds Star Wars Millennium Falcon Bounce Game for the purpose of the review. I was not compensated otherwise all opinions are those of myself and my family.