Now its time to look at The Timeline game for the Star Wars Prequel films.
On the back you get a lisst of the films it covers, and can see its all screenshots direct from the films.
If you love Star Wars, you may want to check out some other Star Wars games, like Star Wars Armada or perhaps flying in snub fighters is your thing, again you are covered with X-Wing Miniatures Game or perhaps you want to roleplay in exciting ground battles and sneaky missions? then Star Wars Imperial Assault
Now back to Timeline......
Lets see how it plays......
When you pop the lid open you are greeted by a rulebooklet, and a nice tin with two inbuilt slots to stack your cards, so storage and set up is as simple as it gets.
The basic ideas is to build a "Timeline" from earliest to latest events y slotting in your hand of cards.
its not as easy as you may think, I am a fan and even I struggled when the timeline got long, so its a challenge, plus an excuse to watch Star Wars for research purposes of course.
Its a great quick fun game for adults, the box states about 15 minutes for games, which is about right, though the games I have played I found to be about 10 minutes, so its fast and does not outstay its welcome. Its a good "filler" game, a great party game as you can play a few quick ones then move onto something else and come back to it with ease as there is so little to teach.
As with all the Timelines games, the production value is Top Notch, good quality metal tin, lovely cards and inbuilt Storage.
With an RRP of £13.99 its nice and cheap for some Star Wars fun, and makes a good present for any Star Wars fan too, so head on over to your local game store and grab yourself a copy.