You've played the game on your phone or tablet, but what about in real life? That's what Hasbro and Rovio are hoping you'll want to do with Angry Birds Star Wars AT-AT Battle game that lets you recreate the battle of Hoth over and over again without a screen in sight.
Costing £34.99, the AT-AT Attack Battle Game includes 21 blocks to create the massive AT-AT, a Lightsaber launcher, and 12 Angry Birds Star Wars figures.
Birds include Luke Skywalker (Hoth Pilot), Exclusive Luke Skywalker (Echo Base Gear), Han Solo, Rebel Trooper, R2-D2 egg, Pigs Darth Vader, AT-AT Driver, Exclusive AT-AT Commander, two Snowtroopers and two Stormtroopers.
As you might imagine, the idea of the game is to build the AT-AT and then task your mate to knock it down with the rebel birds.
It's really is as simple as that, and unlike previous Angry Birds battle games, this one dispenses with additional building cards.
That might reduce the longevity of the game, however we've yet to see that with our two test subjects - 6-year-old Emily and 5-year-old William.
The sheer size of the AT-AT and accompanying 12 figures means there is plenty of creativity to be had.
Simple, but if your kids are either Angry Birds or Star Wars fans this is unlikely to disappoint.
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