The Jedi Mind Control Game

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My Mind Is Stronger Than Your Mind!

This is the Star Wars Jedi game that requires you to bring to bear all of your latent telekinetic powers of the Force in order to keep a ball levitating. Similar to EEG technology that reads the alpha and beta waves created by your brain, the game comes with a headset equipped with forehead and ear sensors that translate your brain’s energy into a wireless signal that is sent to the game’s base station. The station has a tube with a ball inside (resembling the Jedi training remote Luke Skywalker used on the Millennium Falcon) that is kept levitating by a flow of air; your steady concentration adjusts the air fan’s speed, causing the ball to rise and fall…

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USB Powered Jedi Master

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Buying me you feel now like doing !

It seems like Star Wars merchandise never seems to get old, and Yoda is always a popular figure. Next, Tokyo-based Cube Works has announced a mini Yoda figure, which you can plug into your computer. You’ll be able to control the light on the lightsaber as well as Yoda’s cheeks via software installed on your computer. The site does not mention…

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Star Wars Bowling Balls: May The Perfect Game Be With You

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Darth Vader Bowling Ball

Real Jedi knock bowling pins down with their mind, but we plebeians have access to the next best thing with these Brunswick Star Wars Viz-a-Ball bowling balls. Better yet, we can all avoid wretched hives of scum and villainy like Mos Eisley, and buy them over at Amazon for about $92-$120 each. There’s Yoda and C-3PO, and even a Darth Maul ball, although we hear that one relies a little bit too much on special effects and bad acting to get the job done.

 

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