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Star Wars: DroidWorks

Release date:
October 28, 1998

Published by:
Lucas Learning

Genre:
Science and technology educational game

Modes:
Single Player

Star Wars Saga Timeline:
0.25 ABY

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Build your own droids in the name of galactic peace with Star Wars: DroidWorks. The Rebel Alliance has received information that the Empire is building a secret assassin droid factory somewhere on Tatooine, and it's sending you (a Rebel agent disguised as a Jawa) to investigate. Your mission is to build droids that can find and infiltrate the factory and reprogram the assassin droids the Empire is creating there.

Your base will be the Droid Workshop in Wimateeka's sandcrawler and you can choose from 87 robotic parts to make over 25 million droid combinations. Each droid part has unique properties that can be added to the droid to make it faster, stronger, more flexible, or capable of speech.

But you are not alone in your mission, as you also have the assistance of Jawa leader Wimateeka and Holocam-E (a.k.a. Cammy), who will accompany you on all your missions. Star Wars favorites R2-D2 and C-3PO are along for the ride as well, providing you with suggestions about your droids and with help when you run into trouble.

Game Codes & Cheats

Cheat Codes:
While on mission press [Enter], type one of the following codes, then press [Enter] again to activate the corresponding cheat function.
danke - Full health
getem - Full inventory
beefcake - Refill droid power
beem - Flight mode
tuffy - Invincibility
defcon3 - Master droid builder
fitto - Get all driod parts
mst3k - Unlock all video sequences

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