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Star Wars: The Force Awakens Star Destroyer Strike Game giveaway


How was your Force Friday? Score lots of great Star Wars toys and gear? We have the perfect way to wrap it up, a giveaway. Thanks to the terrific folks at Wonder Forge, we have one copy of Star Wars: The Force Awakens Star Destroyer Strike Game to giveaway.

From the description:

Choose carefully or the enemy will strike! Strategy and suspense collide in this exciting escape game! Advance your Resistance heroes toward safety, but move fast—the Star Destroyer Finalizer is on your tail. The spinning starship of the dreaded First Order can aim in any direction, and you may be in the line of fire! Bounce the beam off the mirrored deflector shield toward your enemies, and evade the surprise laser blasts! It’s fast-moving, family fun in a galaxy far, far away!


It’s suited for ages 6 and up and is currently exclusively available at Target for $24.99.

If you don’t want to head out to the store to battle the crowds, then enter our giveaway via the Rafflecopter form below. There are a variety of ways to enter, but be sure to gets yours in before the deadline of 11:59pm (ET) on Friday, September 11. The one winner will be drawn from all eligible entries and notified via email. Winner will have 48 hours to send their shipping address or a new winner will be chosen. The prize will be shipped from Wonder Forge. Void where prohibited, of course.

We hope you’ve enjoyed your Force Friday and may the Force be with you always.

There are, of course, a lot more Star Wars toys on Amazon and The Disney Store.

21 thoughts on “Star Wars: The Force Awakens Star Destroyer Strike Game giveaway”

  1. I had a Star Wars Force FX Removable Blade Lightsaber not that long ago. My nephew ended up destroying it, but I’d say that was the best Star Wars item I’ve ever owned.

  2. My favorite item is a life size R2-D2 cooler. It was a promotional item for a gas station, but it is really cool!

  3. Let’s see my favorite Star Wars items that I ever owned were my original Princess Leia figures from when I was 7 or 8. I had Hoth Leia, Episode IV traditional Leia, Cloud City Leia, and the Endor Leia. They are now all in my brother’s collection behind display glass in his office, because they make his collection complete, and I’m OK with that. ;)

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