Posted by AnthonyP on February 13, 2013 at 09:20 PM CST
Uncle Milton had a bunch of great Star Wars items on display this year, so let's start off with the Infrared Force Battle Trainer. Training to use infrared technology, the player is given a wrist strap that connects to a ring on your finger and you must then shoot the Battle Droid or Supper Battle Droid three times, until the droids fall off of their stands. Master the techniques and move through the Jedi ranks of Padawan, Jedi Knight, and Jedi Master!

Now, moving along to the super-neat Darth Vader voice helmet, which changes the users voice to that of Darth Vaders. We tested it out by saying "Hello, welcome to Toy Fair", (super-creative, we know) and it was awesome! After we recorded, we were able to manipulate the machine to adjust the pitch and we sounded just like the Sith Lord himself.

Added to the Lightsaber Room Light Assortment, is the Jedi Master Yoda Lightsaber. So if you're a fan of these super-neat buildable Lightsaber wall nightlights, be sure to add the Yoda Lightsaber to your collection.

Finally we move on to one of our favorite items, the Force Lightning Energy Ball. Touch the energy ball and watch as Yoda harnesses the power of force lightning. Be sure to play with this toy in the dark like we did, because it looks cool!

Be on the look-out for our 2013 International Toy Fair Uncle Milton booth images, coming shortly.
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