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LEGO Star Wars:
The Video Game
October 25, 2005
Traveller's Tales / Eidos Interactive
Single Player / Multi Player
Star Wars Saga Timeline:
32 BBY - 0 BBY
This curious blend of big-name brands tells the earlier parts of the Star Wars story in a version of films' universe that's been built from scratch with Lego parts and people. The game highlights the action of Episodes I through III; players take control of thoroughly Lego versions of heroes; such as Qui-Gon Jinn, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Princess Amidala, Anakin Skywalker, and others to battle through action-oriented levels based on the films' settings, but constructed entirely with Lego blocks.
Different characters have different special skills, and this leads to some exploration and puzzle-solving gameplay along with the 3D platform-style action and combat. As they progress, heroes earn credits which can be spent to unlock new characters. The main game features unlimited lives, encouraging players to explore the secrets hidden in each area. LEGO Star Wars was developed by Traveller's Tales, a studio previously known for its handling of licensed properties in games such as A Bug's Life, Finding Nemo, The Weakest Link, and Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex.
Game Codes & Cheats
Codes for Dex's Diner:
Enter the following codes in the "Extra Option" menu at the diner to unlock the corresponding selection:
4PR28U - Invincibility
LD116B - Minikit detector
Collect all pre-positioned studs in all levels. Keep collecting them until the Jedi bar is full and flashing to get one superkit piece. After this is done in all levels the Tantive IV superkit model outside will become available.
Blue stud treasure:
Unlock the hidden "Episode IV: A New Hope" level and play until you reach the first split in the path. Battle through the rebel guards down the right hallway and enter the door. There you should find a group of yellow, blue, green, and red blocks laying scattered on the floor. Using a Jedi or Sith, utilize the Force so that you build an "L" with the yellow blocks, an "E" with the blue blocks, a "G" with the green blocks, and an "O" with the red blocks. If done correctly, at least a dozen blue studs (worth 1,000 each) will fall from the ceiling. Collect as many as you can before they fade away.
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