The Star Wars Science Jedi Holocron uses the Force to read your mind. Well, not really. This electronic toy uses algorithms to play a Star Wars-themed game of 20 Questions with you. It's shaped like a Jedi Holocron, a cube-like artifact containing knowledge and data, and even comes with an information sheet that explains to kids how algorithms are used in the real world. To play, press the “yes” button and think of any Star Wars being, location, or technology from the entire Star Wars universe. That includes movies one through six and the TV shows. The game will start to ask you questions. To answer, press “yes”, “no”, “maybe”, or “skip”. If you press the wrong answer button, just press “undo” to go back. The game will try to guess what you're thinking in 20 questions or less, otherwise you win. At the end of each game, a fun science fact will scroll across the screen.
As you play, the game glows blue, but you can turn off the light feature if you want. You can also change the speed of the text as it scrolls across the screen.
This is a fun handheld game that Star Wars fans can play at home or take on the go. You'll be amazed when the game really does guess what you're thinking, which it did more often than not for us. Plus, the game unit has a cool look to it that will appeal to Star Wars collectors who might want to keep it out on display when not playing the game.
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