Star Wars: Flight of the Falcon was a video game for the Game Boy Advance, produced by THQ.
In Star Wars: Flight of the Falcon, gamers can pilot the Millennium Falcon, the most popular vehicle from the classic Star Wars universe, in 14 combat-filled missions interweaving the movie storylines with all new plot twists. Featuring highly detailed environments and ships, frantic battles and high-speed flying action, Flight of the Falcon lets gamers battle the Galactic Empire in the skies of Yavin, Endor and beyond.
- Enable Cheat Codes - While playing, press START to pause the game. Then Hold L+R and press Up, Right, A, START, A, Down, A, START, START. The game will unpause. Pause and select Quit. The codes can now be entered under Password.
- SPVD - Infinite shield
- MONG - Infinite continues
- BLOB - Infinite missiles
- GOGO - Rapid fire (hold A)
- FVNK - Unlock all levels
- 82V2 - Unlock level 1
- 48TF - Unlock level 2
- GOON - Unlock Credits
- F4C3 - View Team Photo
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Behind the scenesEdit
Two secret "Milleni-codes" were distributed in packages of Star Wars PEZ Candy. They were as follows: Level 1 — 82V2, Level 2 — 48TF
The game contradicts canon in several places:
- In the Hoth asteroid field level, the player jumps to hyperspace when the level is complete. In the film, the Falcon's hyperdrive is still non-operational.
- In addition, the next level depicts the player attacking the Slave I, whereas the Falcon never fought against that vessel while on Bespin.
- Finally, the last level in the segment modeled after The Empire Strikes Back has the player running through a trench on the hull of the Star Dreadnought Executor, while the Falcon never flew through any such trench on the vast warship.