Feel the Force with Google’s new interactive Star Wars themed mini-game

Written by Louis

December 18, 2015

It’s all about laser beams and lightsabers.

Google celebrates the release of the new Star Wars movie, Star Wars: The Force Awakens by introducing a cool interactive Chrome-to-mobile game called Lightsaber Escape.

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Play as a member of the Jedi Order and deflect as many laser beams fired by Storm Troopers as you try to escape from what seems to be imprisonment from a Republic stronghold. The interactive game requires you to both use your Desktop PC and your mobile device (which acts as your light saber)  in order to play, to access it you need to first visit the game’s link on your Desktop’s chrome browser, and then visit the generated URL on your device’s chrome browser. While it may not look as interactive as people would hope for since you don’t actually see your light saber moving on your desktop screen, you can feel the “deflection” happening as your device would vibrate each time you successfully block a beam.

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You can check out this cool stuff from Google and unleash your light saber expertise by visiting https://lightsaber.withgoogle.com/experience.

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