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Star Wars: The Last Jedi • December 13, 2017 Page 11 Star WarS © & tM 2017 LucaSfiLM Ltd. Star Wars: Jedi Challenges from Lenovo $199.99 Image courtesy of Lenovo This new augmented reality Star Wars product allows fans to experience the films in new ways. Jedi Challenges features a smartphone-powered AR headset, a tracking beacon and lightsa- ber controller. Players will hone their Jedi talents across a variety of augmented reality-based experiences, each offering multiple levels of deep and immersive gameplay. These are the Toys You're Looking For If you have any Force-sensitive folks on your holiday shopping list this year – or you're such a person yourself – use this cheat sheet to get a hyperspace jump on your holiday shopping. Hasbro Force Link action figures Starting at $7.99 Photo: Business Wire Hasbro's action figure link includes 3.75-inch figures of all major and minor characters from "The Last Jedi," along with match- ing vehicles. What sets these action figures apart is the Force Link technology, which enables playback of sound effects and phrases from the movie. The Force Link BB-8 mega playset (pictured, $199.99) opens to features six play areas with special sound effects to recreate movie scenes, features Supreme Leader Snoke and Elite Praetorian Guard action figures, and includes a Force Link wristband. Lego Millennium Falcon $799.99 Photo used with permission: ©2017 The LEGO Group. Lego has dozens of new Star Wars themed kits available for purchase this season. This is definitely the biggest of them all, with over 7,500 pieces. Removable hull plates allow access to fully modeled interior spaces. Included are minfigs for recreating both original and sequel trilogy adventures. BB-9E, R2-D2 and BB-8 Droids by Sphero Starting at $149.99 Image courtesy of Sphero These Astromech Droid toys are con- trolled by a special smartphone app. Once powered on, you can drive these Droids around or send them on patrol. The motions of these toys match their on-screen counterparts. littleBits Droid Inventor Kit Starting at $149.99 Image courtesy of Sphero Create your own custom Droid and bring it to life! This easy-to-assemble kit uses electronic blocks and a free smart- phone app to create a personalized R2 Unit, teach it new tricks and take it on 16+ missions. This is a great way to teach STEM skills. © Content that Works Our Family Caring For Your Family With Honor , Dignity and Respect 2300 SE 28th Street | Bentonville | 479.273.9969 Assisted Living Community We are a Family Owned and Operated Independent - Assisted Living Level Two, and Memory Care Community. Bring In This Ad For 1 MO. FREE RENT

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