‘Brisksaber’ Brings The Iconic Star Wars™ Lightsaber To iPhone & iPad [Free Download]

Brisk Iced Tea in collaboration with Star Wars™: Episode I The Phantom Menace, has launched Brisksaber, an iOS game app that brings the iconic Star Wars™ lightsaber battles to iPhones, iPods and iPads in 3D. The app allows users to interact with Star Wars™ in an innovative way.  The game’s blend of 2-D and 3-D elements brings out an authentic experience allowing enemy battles with the swipe of a finger. The app is free to download and is available as a universal binary for iPhone and iPad.

The game is being launched in conjunction with the release of the 3-D theatrical release of Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace™  which will hit the theaters on February 10, 2012.

Here is the iTunes description:

Welcome to Brisksaber, the awesome new lightsaber simulator app from Brisk and Star Wars: Episode 1 – The Phantom Menace in 3D. Choose your allegiance by joining the light side or dark side, then watch as your finger becomes a fully functioning lightsaber. Slash enemies with reckless abandon as you become the most powerful Sith or Jedi™ to ever dominate the galaxy.

Brisksaber features Episode 1 characters like R2-D2™, Jar Jar Binx™, Battle Droids™, Jabba the Hutt™ and look for other classic Star Wars characters such as Luke Skywalker™ and Darth Vader™. Challenge your lightsaber finger against killer bosses like Darth Maul™ and Mace Windu™.

Watch for updates as we release more lightsabers, cool new powers and favorite classic characters.

Compete for the highest score with millions of others on the Brisksaber leaderboard at facebook.com/brisk.

Warning: Don’t play Brisksaber while operating heavy machinery. Also don’t play it in the shower, your phone will get wet. However feel free to scream MY FINGER IS A LIGHTSABER to strangers, you will look cool and they will avoid you.

What are you waiting for? The fate of the universe is in your hands!

That’s Brisk, baby!

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  • Definingsound

    Do we need to have Star Wars in 3D? I mean, will it add any value to the movie at all?