Fans celebrate May the 4th -- also referred to as Star Wars Day -- with movie marathons, themed parties and, of course, dreams of all the new Star Wars stuff they can shake a lightsaber at. Here's a roundup of some of the new Star Wars toys, games and collectibles coming to your galaxy soon.
Han Solo is known for his talents with card games, so it makes sense Hasbro would come out with his own card game. To play, you draw cards to score as close to zero as you can while collecting the valuable bounty tokens. The player whose tokens add up to the highest number at the end wins. But players who take too many risks might lose or win the Millennium Falcon. The game is best for players 8 years and older. Retail price: $19.99 (roughly £15, AU$27).
Chewbacca already has fabulous fur, but what if you could give him a creative new hairstyle?
"Grow" Play-Doh hair for Chewbacca by filling him up with squishy Play-Doh and pressing down on his arms for a new 'do. When his new Play-Doh hairstyle no longer suits you or gets too long, grab the BB-8 scissors and chop it all off.
This Hasbro playset also comes with a Bowcaster comb so you can style Chewie's new hair in different ways. Or make other Star Wars shapes with the half-molds from the set. This toys is meant for ages 3 years and older. Retail price: $14.99 (roughly £11, AU$20).
Star Wars Episode I Racer, a game that originally released for the PC and Nintendo 64 in 1999, has been discounted to $8.49 from its $10 price in its debut on the GOG store. (That's roughly £6 and AU$11 for the discounted price along with £7 and AU$13 for the original price).
Playskool Heroes Star Wars Galactic Heroes 2-in-1 Millennium Falcon
Young fans (and adult collectors) will appreciate this adorable Hasbro 2-in-1 Millennium Falcon playset. Standing the vehicle up reveals fun features inside complete with lights and sounds, hidden blasters and extendable catwalks. The set includes the vehicle, positionable projectile launcher, and two Power Up figures. It's ideal for fans between 3 and 7 years. Retail price $59.99 (roughly £44, AU$80).
If you like playing Monopoly, you'll dig this new Star Wars version where players uncover memorable moments from Han Solo's life. The game board itself features graphics of Han from the movie Solo: A Star Wars Story. The game is for players 8 years and older. Retail price: $19.99 (roughly £15, AU$27).
Cuddle up with these cute Solo: A Star Wars Story plushy toys from Hallmark's Itty Bittys line of products. Chewbacca and Han Solo come as a set for $16.95 (roughly £13, AU$23). Lando Calrissian is an online exclusive retailing for $7.99 (roughly £6, AU$11).
Star Wars Battlefront II had a rough launch, but after several months of updates and a steep price cut, the game may be worth a look for cinematic online Star Wars battles. The game is discounted to $30, down from $60, at Target stores in the US Friday and at Walmart Friday through Sunday.
This Lobot plushy toy from Hallmark's Itty Bittys collection looks just like the real character in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, only cuter. He wears cybernetic headgear that connects him to Cloud City's central system as the computer liaison officer. The toy retails for $7.95 (roughly £6, AU$11).
It's hard to not feel a sense of triumph when Rebel forces attack AT-AT vehicles, making them stumble and fall to the ground. Here's that moment forever captured in an amusing Hallmark AT-AT tape dispenser for your desk. In Empire Strikes Back, fans might remember seeing Luke Skywalker take down an Imperial walker with a harpoon and tow cables. This desk accessory retails for $44.95 (roughly £33, AU$60).
If Yoda can use the Force to levitate vehicles and fight Sith Lords, he can surely keep all your books in place. This metal Yoda bookend features a slanted design to give the effect of a Jedi Master using the Force to do the heavy lifting. The Hallmark bookend retails for $19.95 (roughly £15, AU$27).
With Solo: A Star Wars Story hitting theaters this month, lots of toys feature the man himself. This Force Link 2.0 Starter Set includes a Force Link wristband, which allows fans to activate movie sound effects and phrases in more than 30 compatible Star Wars toys, including this exclusive 3.75-inch Han. This Han Solo figure is only available in the Force Link 2.0 Starter Set, featuring sounds and expressions from Solo: A Star Wars Story. This Han Solo Starter Set retails for $29.99 (roughly £22, AU$40).
That's no moon! But it is a very geektastic Christmas tree topper. Made to look just like the Empire's armored space station, this Death Star tree topper includes impressive light and sound features. Switch up the lights and sounds with a remote control that features the iconic Imperial insignia crest. The tree topper retails for $99.95 (roughly £74, AU$133).
This BB-9E droid ornament looks almost evil with its dark black finish. BB-9E keeps the First Order's starships and machinery operational, but here the droid is just a harmless Star Wars tree ornament. The BB-9E Decoupage Ornament retails for $6.95 (roughly £5, AU$9).
American Tourister as an entire line of Star Wars-themed bags, including this R2-D2 backpack that is 40 percent off on Star Wars Day. This bag costs $60 in the US, and would normally cost $100 (roughly £45 and AU$80 for the sale price and £70 and AU$130 for the original price).
Star Wars characters are often complex, with many emotions. The new Mighty Muggs collectibles let fans change the figure's facial expression with a push-and-turn mechanism on the head. Chewbacca looks extra excited here, maybe because he retails for $9.99 (roughly £7, AU$13).
C-3PO only has one facial expression -- he is a droid after all -- but thanks to these new Mighty Muggs collectibles, he can show more range. This C-3PO comes with three different expressions and retails for $9.99 (roughly £7, AU$13).
Stormtroopers don't look as intimidating as a Mighty Muggs collectible. The figures lets fans change the toy's facial expression by pushing down on the head. The cute Stormtrooper retails for $9.99 (roughly £7, AU$13).
New multiplayer mode for Star Wars: Jedi for Challenges AR
A new feature for the smartphone-powered augmented-reality experience Star Wars: Jedi Challenges from Lenovo lets fans have lightsaber duels while in the same room.
The feature update, called Lightsaber Versus Mode, is the second free update since the product launched in November 2017. Lightsaber Versus Mode is available now in the Star Wars: Jedi Challenges app, which is free to download on the App Store and Google Play.
Darth Vader bedazzled with crushed gems makes for one unique birthday card. Inside it reads: "Happy Birthday… You are the chosen one." The Darth Vader card is one of 12 special Star Wars-themed greeting cards made to honor May the 4th. The card costs $9.99 (roughly £7, AU$13).
Fans can update their Star Wars action figure collection with a new series of these detailed 6-inch (15-centimeter) scale figures. Available exclusively at Target, each figure -- like this one of Chewbacca from Solo: A Star Wars Story -- retails for $19.99 (roughly £15, AU$27).
Fans can update their collection with a new series of these premium 6-inch scale figures. They are designed with extensive detail and articulation. Available exclusively at Target, each figure -- like this one of young Lando from Solo: A Star Wars Story -- retails for $19.99 (roughly £15, AU$27).
Star Wars Vintage Collection 3.75-inch Luke Skywalker
Celebrate the legacy of Star Wars with the return of these highly-detailed 3.75-inch scale figures. These figures come in vintage-inspired packaging with classic Kenner branding and feature movie-inspired design and multiple points of articulation. Here's the one for Luke Skywalker, that retails for $12.99 (roughly £10, AU$17).
Star Wars The Black Series 6-inch Ranger Trooper figure
These premium 6-inch scale figures -- this one is of a Ranger Trooper -- are designed with extensive detail and articulation. Each figure is sold separately and is available at most major retailers and on HasbroToyShop.com. This Ranger Trooper retails for $19.99 (roughly £15, AU$27).
Play with Rey! These 3.75-inch scale figures feature a movie-inspired design and multiple points of articulation, and come in vintage-inspired Kenner packaging. Each figure's sold separately, and is available at most major retailers and on HasbroToyShop.com. This Rey figure goes for $12.99 (roughly £10, AU$17).
When you put on this helmet from The Black Series, it's easy to reign as the evil Sith Lord Darth Vader. The helmet features movie-accurate sound effects including Vader's iconic breathing. When the helmet is disengaged, it hisses and pops. It retails for $99.99 (roughly £74, AU$133).
New character Dr. Aphra gets her own 3.75-inch scale figure. These figures feature movie-inspired design and multiple points of articulation, and come with vintage-inspired packaging. Dr. Aphra retails for $12.99 (roughly £10, AU$17).
These premium 6-inch scale figures -- this one of Han Solo -- are designed with extensive details and articulation. Available at most major retailers and on HasbroToyShop.com, this Han Solo retails for $19.99 (roughly £15, AU$27).
Learn the ways of the light side or dark side with this Force Master lightsaber. You can switch between four Jedi and Sith masters to activate red, blue, green or purple blades. The sabers come with audio clips (24 phrases in total) from Darth Vader, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Yoda and Mace Windu guiding young Padawans as they battle. The lightsaber set retails for $29.99 (roughly £22, AU$40).
Oh hai, Rebolt and Corellian hound. This two-pack comes with two figures and multiple accessories. Activate an array of sounds and phrases specific to each character with Force Link 2.0 wearable technology. This Rebolt and Corellian hound set retails for $14.99 (roughly £11, AU$20).
Get ready for more oversize Star Wars adventures with this 12-inch (30-centimeter) Han Solo figure that has five points of articulation. Available at most major stores, Han Solo retails for $9.99 (roughly £7, AU$13).
Pretend to get stuck in a Star Wars traffic jam with this 3.75-inch scale Han Solo Landspeeder and Han Solo figure. All vehicles and figures are Force Link 2.0 enabled, with phrases and sounds activated by the wearable technology, sold separately. Available at most major stores, this Han Solo Landspeeder retails for $29.99 (roughly £22, AU$40).
Collect the galaxy of fan-favorite characters with the Star Wars Micro Force blind bags assortment. Each figure has a squish-able feel and pose, creating a fun way to bring Star Wars scenes to life. The collectibles include iconic characters such as Rey, Finn, Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, Chewbacca, Yoda and R2-D2. Each blind bag includes two figures and a collector card. Each figure retails for $2.99 (roughly £2, AU$4).
Solo: A Star Wars Story Nerf Glowstrike Han Solo Blaster
Every smuggler could use a Nerf Glowstrike Han Solo Blaster like this one. This toy features a four-dart internal clip with light and sound effects inspired by the movie Solo: A Star Wars Story to fire darts up to 70 feet (21 meters) away. Keep the fun going at night with light effects and glow-in-the-dark darts. This blaster retails for $29.99 (roughly £22, AU$40).
Make the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs with this Millennium Falcon toy. It has flashing lights, sound and even rumble-pack vibrations. Push the button a third time to pretend your ship is picking up even more speed and watch the panels pop off.
The toy comes with an exclusive 3.75-inch scale Han Solo figure and a removable mini ship. Both the figure and mini ship are Force Link 2.0-enabled, with phrases and sounds activated by the wearable technology. This set retails for $99.99 (roughly £74, AU$133).
Meet Moloch from Solo: A Star Wars Story. This 3.75-inch figure features five points of articulation and comes with unique battle accessories. You can also activate an array of sounds and phrases using Force Link 2.0 wearable technology. Moloch retails for $7.99 (roughly £6, AU$11).
The robot K-2SO from Rogue One wants to play. The 3.75-inch figure features five points of articulation and comes with unique battle accessories. He also comes with an array of sounds and phrases that can be activated with the Force Link 2.0 wristband. K-2SO retails for $7.99 (roughly £6, AU$11).
Solo: A Star Wars Story Nerf Glowstrick Qi'ra Blaster
Re-create your favorite battles from Solo: A Star Wars Story with this Nerf Glowstrick Qi'ra Blaster. This front-load blaster fires each dart up to 75 feet (23 meters) and features light and sound effects inspired by the movie. Keep the fun going at night with light effects and glow-in-the-dark darts. Pull the slide back between each blast to activate the lights. The set retails for $19.99 (roughly £15, AU$27).
Pretend to defend the First Order with this Electronic Riot Baton styled like the one seen in The Last Jedi. Flip the baton to extend the prongs and activate epic lights and sounds, or attach the attack claw for even more battling options. The toy features movie-inspired light and sound effects, and is compatible with other Bladebuilders Lightsaber components. The toy baton retails for $29.99 (roughly £22, AU$40).