This game is an Imperial take on the classic Simon game - remember and repeat the patterns played by the game and score points! This Simon game is played on Darth Vader's mask and features the iconic Imperial March theme. Let out your inner Sith with this super fun, fast-paced game of memory and speed.
- Hasbro games
- Design: Star Wars Simon
- Colour: N/A
- Classic Simon game with a twist!
- Remember and repeat patterns to win
- Makes a great gift!
- Features 'The Imperial March' & Star Wars main theme
- Batteries required: 3 x 1.5V AA
- Demo batteries included
- Materials: N/A
- Recommended for ages: 8+ years
- Dimensions (approx. cm): N/A
- Country of origin: N/A
Gather ‘round the family this season with Hasbro! Dive into hours and hours of fun with a world of board games and more, with classics like Operation, Sorry!, Battleship and the new hit Pie Face!. Incredibly engaging and built to last, Hasbro makes family time unforgettable.
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