Brisk Iced Tea brings Brisksaber app to Android, gives geeks a Yoda vs. Darth Maul showdown

Brisk Iced Tea brings Brisksaber app to Android, gives geeks a Yoda vs. Darth Maul showdown

Hey, all you Star Wars geeks! (I’m raising my own hand here, don’t be ashamed) In today’s awesome nerd news, Brisk Iced Tea is bringing Android users a new game to commemorate the 3D theatrical release of Star Wars: Episode One – The Phantom Menace. The app is called Brisksaber, and, according to the press release:

… the Brisk mobile game application, Brisksaber, brings the iconic Star Wars lightsaber battles to smartphones. The new application will feature a progression of content that allows fans to incrementally unlock new characters and objects based on the nationwide redemption of codes found on specially marked packages of one-liter Brisk Iced Tea.

You can also catch a 30-second spot of Yoda vs. Darth Maul, courtesy of Brisk. So what are you waiting for? Hit up the Market Link and check it out for yourself!

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