Family game night is more fun than ever when you play your favorite games inspired by Star Wars movies! When it comes to games and toys for Star Wars fans, Hasbro has got you covered. I rounded up the best of the best in one place. Which Star Wars movie inspired games do you want to add to your collection?
Hasbro sent us some of these games to enjoy. There are Star Wars games for kids and adults of all ages. I can’t wait to gift Monopoly Star Wars to one of my favorite Star Wars fans. The force will be strong with our family on game nights from here on out!
Star Wars Monopoly takes a classic board game to the Dark Side! You can play on the Rebel or the Empire side, and your mission is to conquer planets and build bases so you can dominate the universe! When players land on your planets, they owe you rent – but the same is true when you land on theirs! Powerful Force cards will alter your destiny, but there can be only one winner. When every planet is owned, the game is over – and if the Force is with you, you’ll be the ultimate winner! Ages 8 and up.
Play Bop It with one of your favorite Star Wars characters R2-D2! Hasbro’s R2-D2 Bop It! game lets you twist it, pull it and take the game to a galaxy far, far away! Game features C-3PO’s voice and R2-D2 sounds as players follow the commands. If you get it right, you get another chance – but if you don’t, you’re out! Play solo or with multiple players. Ages 8 and up.
The littlest Star Wars fans can get in on the fun with Star Wars Loopin’ Chewie game. Ages 4 and up can play. Loopin’ Chewie is out and about and he’s going to come after the Stormtroopers with his piloting skills! Every time he flies by in his Millennium Falcon vehicle, he’ll be out to knock another Stormtrooper off. But if you can flip him out of the way with your paddle, he’ll go after someone else’s Stormtrooper! Be ready, though, because he’s got some super-dodgy moves! The player with the last trooper standing wins.
How awesome is the Star Wars Risk game board? The Risk: Star Wars Edition game lets players recreate the dramatic final moments of Return of the Jedi. Across a TIE fighter-shaped gameboard, players can determine the fate of the Star Wars universe through 3 concurrent, yet distinct, battles. The 3 battles going on simultaneously are: the attack on the Death Star, the shield assault, and the battle between Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader. Opponents choose to play as the light side or the dark side of the Star Wars saga, and use the classic Risk dice to control characters and ships. No matter which side is victorious, the game is sure to be filled with action and adventure! Ages 10 and up.
When the king is Darth Vader or the knight is Han Solo, every game of chess is going to be the most intergalactic of challenges! Kids ages 8 and up and adults can make the right moves and outwit opponents in this awesome Star Wars chess game. Players can play for the Rebels or the Empire as they try to put their opponent in checkmate.
One of the most fun 2-player games ever has gone Star Wars mode! Hunt, strike, and win the galaxy in Star Wars Battleship! Just like in the classic game, you fire your shots at enemy ships on a concealed grid, using white pegs to record misses and red pegs to record hits. But these ships are enemy starships! Can you figure out where your opponent’s starships are before your ships are destroyed? Whether you take the Rebel or Imperial fleet, take your shot and see if you can make your opponent say “You destroyed my starship!”
Two teams go head to head in Star Wars Catch Phrase. It’s for ages 12 and up. It’s the intergalactic version of the classic Catch Phrase game! Can you guess the words from the Star Wars Universe that your teammate is trying to get you to guess? The fast-pass play challenges both teams to give verbal clues and gestures without saying anything in the actual word. Compete at the Apprentice of Jedi Master level and see how many points your team can score before Chewbacca speaks to end the round. The team that scores 7 points first wins, so rack your brains and gather your knowledge of the Force to be the Jedi Master of Catch Phrase.
Last but not least, here’s a fun game that’s perfect for young Padawans. Ages 4 and up can play the Star Wars Hands Down Game. Keep your wits about you and your eye on the cards to win at this fast-paced Star Wars version of the Hands Down card game. All you have to do is watch for matches on the spinner to the Star Wars character cards in your hand. If the spinner lands on C-3PO and you have that card, slam it down on the Target token as fast as you can! Get rid of all your cards first, and you’re the ruler of the galaxy – and the winner!
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