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We just picked this up at a yard sale for my son & tried to find instructions online. Here's what I've been able to find:
For sale on ebay, decent description:
"This is a Star Wars Millenium Falcon Sounds of the Force Memory Game by Tiger Electronics in Like New Condition!!!! Works Perfect!! It's time to win one for the rebellion. Play as Han Solo, pilot of the Millennium Falcon, as you jump to lightspeed through 4 exciting stages. Watch out for that nasty space debris... the odds of surviving an asteroid field are... well, they're not too good. And you've got plenty of tie fighters on your tail. Punch it, Chewie! Sounds of the Force will test your memory skills with digitized sounds from the Star Wars trilogy. The sounds are randomly scrambled under the buttons each time you start a new game; with authentic Star Wars sound effects and 3 different play modes available, there are millions of game variations! Match the sound you hear with the correct button, and the button will light up. Light four buttons in a row in any direction and you win the game! Play in practice mode to hone your skills, play single-player against the Millennium Falcon computer, or play with your friends! Any number can play! And remember, the force will be with you... always (uses 4 "AA" batteries "
Also, it's for sale on Amazon, with a decent photo of the back of the package and some instructions there:
I can't really find much more info about it at all.
Wow - seems like it may be worth a little more than the buck we just bought it for... ;-)
I'm going to play around with it a little bit more to see if I can help my 4-yr-old son figure it out.
Hope this helps!
It's a memory type game where you try to match all the sounds in pairs. I have the same game and I just broke it while taking it apart to clean the contacts, as I had it in storage since around 2000 with batteries left in it (oops). Now it needs soldering as well, and I'm not even sure where the red wire connects to the main circuit board.