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Star Wars Trivial Pursuit is a Star Wars-themed Trivial Pursuit game that comes with a set of questions. The object is to collect all the color pies and answer a final question. It was released by Parker Brothers on April 2, 2005.
The overall gameplay is much like that of any other Trivial Pursuit title. Each player picks a piece and uses the character that the piece represents. Another player draws a card and asks a question if the piece is on a regular square. If the person gets it right, then they get to go again. Once they get a question wrong, they cannot go again. Like classic Trival Pursuit, if they land on a pie square, another player asks a question from the color. If they get it wrong, they do not get the pie. If they get it right, they place the correct color pie into the small slot on their piece's base. Once the player collects all six pies, they travel to the center where they start from and answer a final question. If they get the final question correct, they win. Whoever does this first wins.
The four pieces that come with the game are Leia Organa Solo, Han Solo, Darth Vader, and Luke Skywalker. The Collector's Edition of this version featured a sealed pack of cards pertaining to Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace that served as a sneak preview to the film.
DVD saga variationEdit
If a person lands on a pie square, they are to answer the corresponding DVD question. When only five seconds remain, every other player may answer the question. After collecting all six pie pieces, you must answer a "For the Win" question. If you get the question right, you win the game. If you get the question wrong, you must keep playing. The four pieces that come with the game are Yoda, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Darth Vader, and Luke Skywalker.