Scalextric Star Wars Race Tracks are not your usual race tracks. After its first unveiling on January 2012 in London, the toy has gained strong followings and sales. Players would be able to experience an unusual thrill with Star Wars characters and setting while racing each other in this extraordinary game. Both children and adults could enjoy hours of fun racing Scalextric Star Wars Race Tracks Car Sets that are designed as speeder bikes instead.
The Scalextric Star Wars Race Track set is designed beautifully and as close as the Star Wars settings as possible. Trenches, trees and glow in the dark tracks make a gorgeous woodland track that will be a visual treat for both children and adults. It is also extremely easy to play, with push-together and pul-apart assembly system that could be handled by children. Slower setting is also available for practicing before you are ready to race at full speed on the track.
Sets of Scalextric Star Wars Race Tracks
The Scalextric Star Wars Race Tracks are offered in two versions. The first one is Scalextric Star Wars Race Tracks Battle of Endor with 170 x 170 cm required space and a track length of 430 cm. Two speeder bikes are piloted by Luke Skywalker and Scout Trooper and it is suitable for children aged 5 and above. The Death Star set is a little bit smaller with 125 x 98 cm required space and 378 cm track. Instead of speeder bikes, Darth Vader’s TIE Fighter and Luke’s X-Wing Fighter would be competing at this set. Younger children aged 4 and above are able to play this game.
Features of Scalextric Star Wars Race Tracks
The race tracks are designed such that they are easy to set up and take apart. They could also be played slower and faster depending on the hand control setting. Scalextric Star Wars Race Tracks Death Star Attack costs $64.99 while Battle of Endor will cost you $97.49.