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Star Wars Island In Geoffrey's Jungle

Posted By Dustin on May 2, 2013

Toys "R" Us jumps on the May the 4th celebration bandwagon by offering up a new Star Wars themed level in their popular kids game Geoffrey?s Jungle.

Geoffrey?s Jungle, the fun, interactive free app available for iPad and Android tablets, features Toys?R?Us mascot Geoffrey the Giraffe as he embarks on a safari adventure through different islands full of games and surprises.

Just in time to celebrate May the Fourth, Geoffrey?s Jungle features the all-new Star Wars Island. Kids can now interact and play games featuring their favorite Star Wars heroes and villains, including Yoda and Anakin Skywalker.

The adventure in Geoffrey?s Jungle begins with players customizing their own explorer character for the game, choosing the gender, skin tone and apparel for their explorer, including hat, shirt, pants and shoes. Children can also choose from approximately 20 first and last names for their character, such as Noah Toucana or Sandy Savannah.

Arriving with Geoffrey the Giraffe on their very own starship, little adventurers can explore Star Wars Island and play the following games:

  • Whack-a-Sith ? Future Jedi can try to ?whack? as many Sith as they can with their lightsaber! As Sith pop-up, players can use the lightsaber to make them go back down as fast as they can. Featuring Darth Maul, Darth Sidious and more characters devoted to the dark side.
  • Slide Puzzles ? Players can maneuver the pieces of the puzzle to reveal favorite scenes from Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Three fun puzzles to choose from!
  • Coloring Activity ? Adventurers can show off their creative sides with this coloring activity, which allows them to color some of their favorite characters and ones that they love to hate, including Yoda, Darth Maul and Anakin Skywalker.

    Geoffrey?s Jungle is available for download on the iTunes store and Google Play Store.

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