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iLaunch Rocket Launcher

Yup, it's exactly what it sounds like. The iLaunch Rocket Launcher ($80) is a Bluetooth-powered desk gadget that lets you shoot streamlined foam projectiles up to 25 away directly from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. It offers 270º of rotation, 40º of vertical flexibility, and a rechargeable lithium battery for foreign engagements, but unfortunately no cameras in the dart tips to watch the horror on your target's face when they realize they've been bombed.

  • Monopoly: The Godfather Edition

    Alright, we'll admit The Godfather series might not make the most sense for a Monopoly translation — Risk might be more appropriate? — but what the hell. Monopoly: The Godfather Edition ($40) brings the world of the Corleone family to the classic board game, with destinations such as Moe Greene's casino, Woltz Mansion, and the Corleone Lake Tahoe Estate serving as properties, Friends and Enemies taking the place of Chance and Community Chess, and iconic props such as cannoli, olive oil can, and horse head serving as game tokens. On second thought, maybe it does make sense — it takes about as long to finish a game as it does to finish all three films.

  • Lego Death Star

    Drool. The new Lego Death Star ($400) is the emperor of all Star Wars toys, featuring 25 minifig characters and multiple decks of Episode IV goodness. Included in the set are rarities like Stormtrooper-ized Luke and Han, the Dianoga trash compactor monster (!), and various droids (Interrogation Droid, R2-Q5, etc.), as well as areas such as the Death Star superlaser with control room and target monitor, the hangar bay with TIE starfighter, detention block, and the Emperor's throne room.