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Star Wars The Force Trainer II: Move holograms with your mind

Kidsday reporters from left, Dominic Testa, Patrick DelMar

Kidsday reporters from left, Dominic Testa, Patrick DelMar and Luke Dwyer with the "Star Wars" game. Photo Credit: Newsday / Pat Mullooly

We tried out Star Wars The Force Trainer II: Hologram Experience (Uncle Milton Toys) It takes about 35 minutes to assemble the toy. You have to have a tablet to use it and you need to download the app. When you get onto the app, you go through a series of steps to set up the game. The game takes a little getting used to but it’s worth the wait. With this you are able to move holograms with the power of your mind and perform various challenges based on the movies. There are a total of 10 levels. One downside is you can’t move your head while playing this which gets annoying after a while. Some parts of the game are boring because you have to wait. If the headset isn’t on your head it doesn’t work at all. It’s more like a movie than a mind game. It’s fun but it has its flaws. We would recommend it if you really love “Star Wars.”

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