May 4th is Star Wars day and this year we had the chance to celebrate the day in style thanks to the fabulous line of Angry Birds Star Wars toys from Hasbro. My boys are huge fans of the Angry Birds franchise and Zackary, my oldest, actually received an Angry Birds Star Wars game for Christmas that he just loves. Needless to say, both boys were very excited when I pulled out the new Angry Birds Star Wars toys for them to play with!
I received an Angry Birds Star Wars Millennium Falcon Bounce Game and an Angry Birds Star Wars Foam Flyer to review. The Foam Flyer went to Benjamin since the bigger sets are a little complicated for him and since he always loves to have the same types of toys as his big brother. This fun foam Angry Birds Star Wars Stormtrooper character was the perfect solution! It was a little bigger than a softball and perfect for small children to throw around. Benjamin carried his Foam Flyer with him for the rest of the day and later this summer, we’ll all have fun setting up empty boxes outside and trying to knock them down with this fun character!
The Angry Birds Star Wars Millennium Falcon Bounce Game was just as much fun and a great choice for both boys. Basically, players try to bounce Angry Birds Star Wars balls into the Millennium Falcon while at the same time trying to knock over the pigs mounted on the ship. Zackary and Benjamin had a great time with the bouncing balls and while there was a point system involved that would be perfect for older children, my boys had much more fun just taking turns knocking over pigs and trying to bounce the Angry Birds characters into the cockpit.
Hasbro’s Angry Birds Star Wars collection was a huge hit in our house and a great way to celebrate Star Wars Day, but I know that the boys will be having fun with it for many more days to come! Check out the line of Angry Birds Star Wars toys from Hasbro for yourself for out-of-this-world entertainment with your kids!
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You forgot to wish your readers: “May the 4th Be With You!”
May the 4th be with you, MrD! :)