headsupstarwarsThe latest movie in the Star Wars franchise, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, is debuting tonight, and in celebration popular party game Heads Up! is introducing a new Star Wars-themed deck.

For those of you unfamiliar with Heads Up!, it's a popular charades-style game where the goal is to hold the iPhone up to your forehead and guess the word displayed on the screen while your friends act it out and provide clues. Heads Up! also records video with the front-facing camera while games are in session, creating funny clips that can then be shared.

The Star Wars Heads Up! deck includes Star Wars-related words, phrases, character names, and more, with clues ranging from well-known terms to much more obscure characters that may stump even the biggest Star Wars fans.

As our sister site Touch Arcade points out, given the popularity of the new Star Wars movie, with tickets that sold out far in advance, it's likely many movie goers will be spending a lot of time in line this evening. If you're seeing Star Wars: The Force Awakens with friends, Heads Up! makes for a fun line game.

Heads Up! can be downloaded from the App Store for $0.99. The Star Wars add-on pack is available as a $0.99 in-app purchase. [Direct Link]

Top Rated Comments

DipDog3 Avatar
107 months ago
The movie was awesome, was really surprised when everyone died towards the end. Not sure how they are going to do the sequel.
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Candlelight Avatar
107 months ago
Launches tonight? It screened over 30 hours ago here.
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nostaws Avatar
107 months ago
Launches tonight? It screened over 30 hours ago here.
New Zealand? Isn't that right off the southeast coast of Florida?
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zakarhino Avatar
107 months ago
Launches tonight? It screened over 30 hours ago here.
Remember, the entire world revolves around the United States. You can't talk about your country having something first!

<sarcasm id="for those that just don't get it"></sarcasm>
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