Star Wars Loopin’ Chewie Game

Loopin’ Chewie is out and about and he’s going to come after the Stormtroopers with his piloting skills!

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Loopin’ Chewie is out and about and he’s going to come after the Stormtroopers with his piloting skills! Every time he flies by in his Millennium Falcon vehicle, he’ll be out to knock another Stormtrooper off. But if you can flip him out of the way with your paddle, he’ll go after someone else’s Stormtrooper! Be ready, though, because he’s got some super-dodgy moves! The player with the last trooper standing wins!

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•Includes Millennium Falcon, base unit, 3 paddle arms, 3 paddle units, 1 flight arm on center cone, 9 tokens, label sheet and instructions.

•Loopin’ Chewie game is Stormtrooper-chasing fun
•Crazy Loopin’ Chewie character flies in his Millennium Falcon vehicle
•Paddles flip him away from your Stormtrooper
•The player with the last Stormtrooper standing wins


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Age 5-8
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Star Wars Loopin’ Chewie Game is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 35.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Silly, Fun Board Game Star Wars Loopin' Chewie Game is the 2015 Star Wars version of the original Loopin Louie game from the 90's....... The game does require some assembly and the application of decals but it's a very simple process that takes very little time. Chewie flies around in a Millennium Falcon attached to a motorized base (which requires 2 AA batteries) located at the center of the game...His mission is to take all of the Stormtroopers down and each player tries to keep him away from their Stormtroopers and send him on his way to the other players by hitting the Falcon and Chewie with a paddle that sends him spinning..... The Stormtroopers are actually coins that sit in slots in front of each players paddles that they use to hit the Falcon and Chewie to chase him away and keep their Storm troopers safe....The winner of the game is the one who has coins or a coin left when the other players have lost all of their coins. Loopin Chewie was first tested for review by 3 kids ranging in age from almost 5 to 11.....The almost 5 year old had to be taught not to be so rough with his paddle since he kept knocking his own coins out....He didn't win many games but had fun trying....The game was also tested by 3 adults..ranging in age from 25 to "senior citizen"....and I think the "adults" almost had more fun than the kids.... The game is for 3 players ( I think it would be better if it was for 4) and you only get 9 coins so if even one gets lost then only 2 can play.....The Falcon and Chewie move kind of slow....even with fresh batteries...and much like anything with a Stars Wars theme it is overpriced.......but it is fun and it only requires is a little bit of dexterity... [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2015-11-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from From the young, to the young at heart. This game is suggested at 4+, but my three year old just LOVES playing Loopin' Chewie! Though my three year old has no clue who Chewbacca is, my boyfriend sure does. If you are looking for a nice family game that you can play with your littles this is definitely a game worth looking at. Set up took me maybe 15 minutes, and most of that was putting the storm trooper stickers on the little plastic coins. It comes with a set of instructions, which I thought were kind of terrible, as the pictures did not do justice for the instructions at all! However, when you look at the pieces it doesn't take a genius to figure out that a few clips here and there and voila! You're done! It comes in about 9 pieces (plus the 9 plastic coins) and is very easily assembled. Once you have everything set up, game play is even easier. You simply stand Chewie in an upright position, and turn the black switch to the on position. Each player has their own arm to control, you turn it on and Chewie starts circling. Each player pushes their lever trying to knock Chewie into the other players troopers, as they are trying to use Chewie to knock off your storm trooper pieces. First person to lose all three of their troopers is out of the game, and the other two players continue until a victor emerges! Fun! The arms, as well as Chewie himself, easily detach once you are done to fit back into the box for storage while not in use. I recommend putting the storm trooper pieces in some sort of plastic bag or storage container, because without these pieces there really is no point to the game. However the pieces are roughly Nickel size, and maybe they would even work as replacements?! I don't know. Anyway, if you are looking for a nice family game for everyone, from young to the young at heart, this game is sure to give you lots of fun family time together. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2015-12-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Star Wars The Force Awakens Looping Chewie Game Game works as expected. Three players compete by using flipping paddles to swat at a revolving millennium falcon/chewie figure. Each time the spaceship is hit it flies up, sometimes completely upside down, and hits the opponents bank of tokens. Each time the ship hits a token, the token drops down. Last one left with tokens is the winner. The coolest part about this is the revolving millennium falcon, which is smaller than expected, and has a weighted pendulum on the opposite side which creates very interesting motions as it's hit by the paddles. You can adjust the difficulty from easy to hard, by turning the paddle tips from horizontal to vertical. The unit snaps together in probably 10 minutes or less. Takes two double A batteries. I'd say this is best for probably a six year old and up. It would be nice if it had one more paddle to allow for four player competition, since most families have at least two kids. The game will work with only two to three players. I suppose you could have one player even, but you would just be doing for the fun of whacking Chewie, which is entertaining in itself. Once the game is started and Chewie starts making his rounds, the action all happens very quickly. So the game may not last that long on each play, unless the players are very skilled. It's fun none the less. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2015-11-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Silly game Star Wars Loopin' Chewie Game is very silly. My 8 and 6 year old kids did enjoy playing this game for about one day, and then they lost interest. The main reason I selected this game was because of the Star Wars tie in, but the fascination with the game was short lived. The best parts about the game include its simple rules and the figure of Chewbacca spinning around in the Millennium Falcon. My kids really liked hitting the levers to knock Chewie around while protecting their 'Storm Troopers'. In fact, knocking around Chewie became their goal, even after all their 'Storm Troopers' were long gone. The problems with the game are varied. First, you have to put it together. The plastic barely holds together, and the joints are loose, which makes them wobble as the kids play the game. The kids did enjoy putting the storm trooper stickers on the discs, and while I put the game together the first time, my son was able to put it together on his own after that. You have to disassemble the game in order to store it in its box. Only 3 levers are included, which in my opinion is one short of maximum family enjoyment. Many games have 4 or more players, so this game leaves someone out 'of the loop'. I also think that more storm trooper discs would allow the game to continue longer. With each player only receiving 3 troopers, the game ends quickly. With twice as many troopers, the game would be prolonged and add more fun to the experience. A little Star Wars music and maybe some other Star Wars characters, like Han Solo would have been a fun way to bring the game to life. It is a very silly, simple game that could capitalize on the Star Wars theme much more effectively with a few enhancements. It will be brought out on rainy days for sure, though! No one can resist the 'Force'. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2015-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun game for kids and adults alike! The Star Wars Loopin' Chewie game is a great game for ages four and up. It is wonderful for a family, from kids to grandparents. My son is 8 and he put it together himself. There are stickers to put on the coin pieces that are supposed to be the "Stormtroopers". The "Chewie" piece (which is Chewbaca) attaches to the motor that turns around and around, and requires 2 AA batteries (which are not included). It reminds me of the hungry hippo game, but a better theme for Star Wars fans and older kids. Each player gets 3 coin "Stormtroopers" and the object of the game is to keep all three of yours, making the other players lose theirs. If you lose yours, you can still play by hitting your lever, but you lose. Each player gets a lever they hit to send "Chewie" flying in the air on his spacecraft, whether it bounces to another players coins, your own, or anywhere in between is anyone's guess. If you hit it too hard, your coin could get dropped into the player's lower area where it is counted "out". There is yellow, red, and lime green for the player's choosing. They are equally spread out in the area connected around "Chewie". It is a very simple game. No reading involved unless you have to put it together. "Chewie" is neatly designed and looks very similar to the character from the movie. The stickers seem to be of good quality and stick well. I would definitely recommend for any reason! The price isn't too far away from what I believe it should be, so it is pretty close to the quality vs quantity aspect. It is a fun game for my son and I told him I wished I had played it with him every time he's asked! I had a good time playing with him! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2015-11-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from star wars loopin chewie game Adult help to put together. Quite a few parts. The box shows cute pictures of several star wars characters , making the game seem more exciting. No characters inside - stickers of characters only. Many pieces to misplace and 2 batteries also needed. Having a few quality characters included to go with the Millennium Falcon would have added to the excitement of the game. Because it is Star Wars - people with buy it. but when you have movable paddle, disks flying - I believe the game will not last long. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2015-11-10
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