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LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game is a video game based on the Star Wars–themed toy line by the LEGO Group, taking place during the prequel trilogy (The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith), and a small segment from A New Hope although all with some humorous sidelines. LEGO Star Wars was released on April 5, 2005, a full month before the final Star Wars film premiered, which surprised most people since the game contains many spoilers about the movie.

It was developed and published by Traveller's Tales and Giant Entertainment for the Xbox, PlayStation 2, and Windows, with Griptonite Games developing the Game Boy Advance (GBA) version. All versions were distributed on April 5, 2005 by Eidos Interactive. It was later released on the Apple Macintosh by Aspyr in August 2005, then on the GameCube in October. David Whittaker was one of the video game's composers. A cell phone version was also made available; The goal of this version was to rescue Chancellor Palpatine by using movable LEGO blocks.

While billed as a kids' game, LEGO Star Wars peaked at the top of the UK charts during early May 2005, losing the spot to the official game of Episode III, but remaining for the rest of the month on the top spots of the chart.


There are a total of 59 playable characters. Every playable character, modeled like actual LEGO parts (but with far more mobility) has its own unique skills. Jar Jar Binks, General Grievous, and Grievous' Bodyguard, for example, can jump higher than most characters. The 9-year-old Anakin Skywalker, and the 11-year-old Boba Fett can crawl in narrow or small spaces where other characters are unable to go. The astromech droids R2-D2 and R4-P17 are able to hover over chasms, open certain doors, and disable other droids, excluding General Grievous's bodyguards. Qui-Gon Jinn can swing his saber four times by attacking in the right pattern, instead of three like the other characters. Darth Maul uses a double-bladed lightsaber that is slightly faster, and General Grievous has four lightsabers, but cannot use the Force. All of the different Jedi and Sith have their own unique style of lightsaber wielding, and can use the Force to solve certain puzzles. Any unlocked character can be found walking around in Dexter's Diner, the area from which you choose what level to enter, excluding the Droideka.

Anakin (Ep.3) in starfighter

Anakin Skywalker in his Jedi Interceptor

LEGO Star Wars also has a feature called "free play," which enables the player to play the same level again, but with the ability to switch between characters and thus get into areas containing extras the player was unable to get before. A player can use any character in free play. The free play option will only appear when the player finishes a level. Levels that are played in vehicles cannot be played in free play. Some characters, such as Chancellor Palpatine, the PK droid, and the Gonk Droid, can't do anything but walk, but non-violent droids, including protocol droids and astromech droids, will not be attacked by any computer enemy, playing as a clone character keeps you from being killed by other clones in the Kashyyk level, and playing as a battle droid (Any type) will keep you from being attacked by battle droids. Much of the game revolves around collecting "studs," small LEGO pieces that are used as an in-game currency.

At the time the game was published, a Revenge of the Sith album was not yet available, nor was the official Revenge of the Sith game. As a result, all of the music in the Episode III levels use recycled music from all other episodes; for instance, the Battle Over Coruscant Level uses music from the Battle of Yavin. However, Episode II uses music not publicly available, such as some music on Kamino.


LSW BattleofCoruscant

The Battle of Coruscant level

Featuring a total of 17 levels, as well as one bonus level, the game plays out in a fairly standard 3D platform fashion. However, each episode also features a vehicle-based level, which runs to a predefined route. In the case of Episodes I and III, this takes the form of a behind-the-vehicle view, whereas in Episode II the action is played out in an isometric view. Later in the same level, the view is changed to behind-the-vehicle view.

Episode IEdit


Invasion of NabooEdit

  • Playable Characters: Qui-Gon Jinn, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Jar Jar Binks
  • Enemies: Battle Droid, STAP
  • Other Characters: Gungan Warrior, Fambaa, Kaadu
  • Setting: Naboo swamp
  • Summary: After being brought down to Naboo aboard a Separatist transport, Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan meet Jar Jar Binks, a Gungan being who guides *them through the forest to Theed Palace.

Escape From NabooEdit

  • Playable Characters: Queen Amidala, Captain Panaka, Qui-Gon Jinn, Obi-Wan Kenobi
  • Enemies: Battle Droid, Battle Droid (Commander), Droideka
  • Allies: Royal Guard
  • Setting: Theed Palace
  • Summary: Queen Amidala and one of her bodyguards, Captain Panaka, meet up with Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan to escape Theed Palace.

Mos Espa Podrace (Vehicle level)Edit

  • Playable Characters: Anakin's Podracer
  • Enemies: Podracers, Tusken Raider
  • Setting: Tatooine (Podrace)
  • Summary: Queen Amidala's ship breaks down, landing the fugitives on the remote desert planet of Tatooine. Qui-Gon, Amidala, Jar Jar, and their droid, R2-D2 discover a young boy, Anakin Skywalker, whom they strongly trust to earn the money to repair their ship.

Retake Theed PalaceEdit

  • Playable Characters: Qui-Gon Jinn, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Padme Amidala (Battle), Captain Panaka, Anakin Skywalker (Boy), R2-D2
  • Enemies: Battle Droid, Battle Droid (Security), Battle Droid (Commander), Droideka
  • Allies: Royal Guard
  • Setting: Theed Palace (halls, diners, exterior areas and hangar)
  • Summary: After the Queen's ship is repaired, the fugitives take Anakin with them back to Naboo, only to see the world being raided by the *Trade Federation.

Darth Maul (Boss level)Edit

  • Playable Characters: Qui-Gon Jinn, Obi-Wan Kenobi
  • Enemies: Battle Droid, Droideka, Battle Droid (Commander)
  • Boss: Darth Maul (3 hearts then 10 hearts)
  • Setting: Theed Palace Hangar
  • Summary: A Dark Sider breaks into the hangar of Theed Palace. Obi-Wan and Qui-Gon fight him.

Episode IIEdit

Discovery on Kamino (Boss level)Edit

  • Playable Characters: Obi-Wan Kenobi (Jedi Master), R4-P17
  • Enemies: KE-8 Enforcer, Fett's Slave I
  • Setting: Kamino (exterior and interior)
  • Summary: When a bounty hunter is killed by another, Obi-Wan Kenobi, now a Jedi Knight, follows the killer to a planet called Kamino, where he is being cloned to form an army for the Republic.

Droid FactoryEdit

  • Playable Characters: Anakin Skywalker (Padawan), Padmé Amidala, R2-D2, C-3PO
  • Enemies: Geonosian, Battle Droid (Geonosis), Battle Droid (Commander), Droideka
  • Setting: Geonosis droid factory
  • Summary: While Anakin Skywalker, a Padawan now, and Padmé Amidala, formerly Queen Amidala, are dating, they catch wind of Obi-Wan in trouble in a factory that makes Battle Droids for the Separatist Army.

Jedi Battle (Boss level)Edit

  • Playable Characters: Mace Windu, Obi-Wan Kenobi (Jedi Master), Anakin Skywalker (Padawan), Padmé Amidala (Clawed), R2-D2
  • Enemies: Battle Droid (Geonosis), Battle Droid (Security), Geonosian, Super Battle Droid, Droideka
  • Boss: Jango Fett (10 hearts)
  • Allies: Shaak Ti, Luminara Unduli, Jedi
  • Other Characters: Poggle the Lesser (Movie clip only)
  • Setting: Geonosis battle arena
  • Summary: Anakin and Padmé get captured too. The Jedi Council travels to Geonosis to save them.

Gunship Cavalry (Vehicle level)Edit

Count Dooku (Boss level)Edit

  • Playable Characters: Obi-Wan Kenobi (Jedi Master), Anakin Skywalker (Padawan), Yoda
  • Enemies: Battle Droid (Geonosis), Geonosian
  • Boss: Count Dooku (10 hearts)
  • Other Characters: Padmé Amidala, Clone
  • Setting: Geonosis (Separatist base)
  • Summary: Obi-Wan and Anakin take on Count Dooku, a Sith apprentice, personally.

Episode IIIEdit

Battle Over Coruscant (Vehicle level)Edit

Chancellor in Peril (Boss level)Edit

  • Playable Characters: Obi-Wan Kenobi (Episode III), Anakin Skywalker (Jedi), R2-D2, Chancellor Palpatine
  • Enemies: Battle Droid, Battle Droid (Commander), Super Battle Droid, Droideka, Grievous' Bodyguards
  • Boss: Count Dooku (6 hearts)
  • Other: General Grievous
  • Setting: Separatist ship
  • Summary: Obi-Wan and Anakin break into a Trade Federation ship and rescue Chancellor Palpatine, who makes Anakin kill Count Dooku.

General Grievous (Boss level)Edit

  • Playable Characters: Obi-Wan Kenobi (Episode III), Commander Cody
  • Boss: General Grievous (10 hearts)
  • Setting: Utapau
  • Summary: Obi-Wan meets up with Commander Cody of the Clone Army, and together, they take on Separatist worker General Grievous.

Defense of KashyyykEdit

  • Playable Characters: Yoda, Chewbacca, Wookiee
  • Enemies: Clone (Episode III), Commander Cody, Battle Droid, AT-RT
  • Allies: Wookiees
  • Setting: Kashyyyk (treehouse and forest)
  • Summary: While Jedi Master Yoda is out with the Wookies on the forest planet of Kashyyyk, Chancellor Palpatines executes Order 66, turning the Clone Army against the Jedi.

Ruin of the JediEdit

  • Playable Characters: Obi-Wan Kenobi (Episode III), Yoda
  • Enemies: Disguised Clone, Clone Trooper, Commander Cody
  • Setting: Jedi Temple (exterior and interior)
  • Summary: Obi-Wan and Yoda meet up at the Jedi Temple, and discover Anakin's path to the Dark Side of the Force.

Darth Vader (Boss level)Edit

  • Playable Characters: Obi-Wan Kenobi (Episode III), Anakin Skywalker (Jedi)
  • Boss: Anakin Skywalker (Jedi) (Obi-Wan's opponent); Obi-Wan Kenobi (Episode III) (Anakin's opponent) (10 hearts each)
  • Setting: Mustafar
  • Summary: Obi-Wan goes on his most dangerous mission yet: To take on his own apprentice–now on the Dark Side–above a lake of lava on a planet called Mustafar.

Bonus levelEdit

In each level, a certain number of LEGO studs need to be collected (the number varies per level) in order to obtain a piece of the super kit. The player has to obtain the required amount of LEGO studs in one attempt. The studs can be collected in Story mode or Free Play mode. After all 17 kit pieces are collected, a fourth door, marked by a question mark, unlocks in the main room of Dexter's Diner. This room contains the bonus level, a short prelude into Episode IV: A New Hope, titled A NEW HOPE. This level is available for both Story and Free Play modes; however, there are no cutscenes, no mini-kit pieces to collect, no LEGO stud meter and no areas that can only be reached in Free Play mode.

Deleted levelsEdit

There are three, but possibly four, known levels that didn't make it to the final release. The levels were "Anakin's Flight," "Bounty Hunter Pursuit," "Asteroid Dogfight," and "Boga Chase." Some scenes, such as "Anakin's Flight," were practically complete. The remnants of these levels can be found with a thorough search of the install directory for the PC version of the game. The "Anakin's Flight" level can be found on the extras section of LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga, while "Bounty Hunter Pursuit" was added to the Episode II levels (it was the only episode with 5 levels, while the others had 6).


There are a total of fifty-nine characters for LEGO Star Wars, fifty-six in the GameCube, PS2, Xbox, and PC versions. The three missing are Gungan, Tusken Raider, and STAP, playable in the Game Boy Advance (GBA) version, though the Gungan and STAP are only available through cheat codes. Every character has an ability (with the exception of Chancellor Palpatine, the Gonk droid, and the PK droid); when ever you enter free play, you get one character per ability, not including the two you choose. There are also some characters that appear in the cutscenes but are unplayable, such as Boss Nass, Mawhonic, Watto, and Kaminoans.



Obi-Wan Kenobi in Episode II in the game



Various Gungans

Playable in Game Boy Advance versionEdit

Lego Star Wars GBA - characters

Free play character selection

The Game Boy Advance version of LEGO Star Wars has several differences (mostly for the sake of portability), including fewer playable characters (15, plus 23 with cheats), devalued credits (gray pieces are worth 1, blue 5, and gold 10 credits), fewer levels—including just three for Episode II—and only one player character on-screen at a time, while the cutscenes are still renders of the home console versions. However, it remains a fairly large cartridge (128-Mbit).

All lightsaber users are able to deflect blaster shots aimed at them (provided they are attacking the shot), and each character has his own style. They also are the only ones (with the exception of General Grievous, who lacks Force sensitivity) able to use the Force to interact with undeployed platforms and switches.


LEGO Star Wars also has three vehicle levels. No characters could be bought from these levels, and free play mode was not accessible either.

Differences between the game and the filmsEdit

The Phantom MenaceEdit

  • Antidar Williams and Maoi Madakor were Royal Naboo Security Forces pilots.
  • TC-14 helps Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan through the Saak'ak. This was added to show the player how to switch characters and open doors.
  • In the game, Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan are together on Naboo, but in the film, they are separated.
  • In the game, Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan meet Jar Jar Binks smelling the flowers. In the movie, they meet Jar Jar running away from animals.
  • The sando aqua monster scene is omitted.
  • In the game, Amidala and Captain Panaka shoot droids in Theed before their return to Naboo, but in the movie, they don't.
  • The Queen and Panaka shooting out a window on the ledge of the palace happens in "Escape from Naboo" rather than "Retaking of Theed."
  • Also in the game, the Queen and the Jedi are separated, but in the film, they aren't.
  • The dinner at Anakin's home and Darth Maul's arrival on Tatooine are omitted.
  • Shmi Skywalker is absent from the game (present in the GBA version).
  • C-3PO is seen fully built, though in the movie, he does not have outer plating.
  • Mawhonic crashes in lap 2 instead of lap 1 of the podrace.
  • In the game, Qui-Gon doesn't fight Darth Maul on Tatooine, but in the film, he does.
  • All scenes on Coruscant are omitted, although the events that took place there are mentioned in the rolling title of the fifth level.

Padmé's mysterious outfit change in the game (which was not seen in the film and may have been done to distinguish her from Sabé)

  • In a cutscene right before the Battle of Naboo, Padmé appears in the same outfit she wore on Tatooine after previously appearing wearing the outfit she wore in the film during this battle.
  • The Battle of Naboo/Legends#Battle in spaceNaboo Space Battle is omitted (see the Levels section). However, it does return as a bonus level in The Complete Saga.
  • In the movie, Obi-Wan gets separated from Qui-Gon during the fight with Darth Maul. However, in the game, Obi-Wan and Qui-Gon don't get separated at all. Also, they have to chase Darth Maul across the hangar, and he sets droids on them.
  • In the movie, Darth Maul removes his hood before battling Obi-Wan and Qui-Gon. In the game his hood stays on throughout the battle.
  • In the game, Darth Maul's lightsaber is not cut in half.
  • In the game, when Obi-Wan uses Sai tok on Darth Maul, only his torso falls into the hole. Darth Maul's legs look left and right.
  • Nute Gunray and Rune Haako are omitted, but they are featured in LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars.
  • Mas Amedda is not in the game.
  • Daultay Dofine is omitted.
  • Qui-Gon's funeral is omitted.

Attack of the ClonesEdit

  • All scenes on Coruscant are omitted, although there was originally going to be a level based on them ("Bounty Hunter Pursuit") which was included later in LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga.
  • All scenes on Tatooine are omitted (depicted in the GBA version).
  • All scenes on Naboo are omitted.
  • In the game, R4-P17 has a full droid body and follows Obi-Wan on Kamino, in the film, she stays behind in the starfighter. This change was made because there always needs to be at least two friendly characters on the screen at all times.
  • The Kamino security droids attack Obi-Wan.
  • Boba Fett actually flies the Slave I, rather than just firing the guns while it was still on the ground
  • Obi-Wan's and Jango's fight above Geonosis never occurs, although it was originally going to be the level "Asteroid Dogfight."
  • In the game, Anakin's first lightsaber is not damaged in the droid factory, but he nevertheless ends up with a green-bladed lightsaber with no explanation.
  • Our heroes meet C-3PO on Geonosis rather than Tatooine.
  • In the game, Anakin and others rescue Obi-Wan, but in the film, they don't even come close.
  • The reek, acklay and nexu in the Petranaki arena are all replaced with battle droids, B2 super battle droids, droidekas, and Geonosians. Padmé Amidala still gets clawed by the Nexu.
  • The execution posts are on different sides of the arena while in the movie, they are right next to each other.
  • Poggle the Lesser is a normal geonosian with Dooku and Jango Fett.
  • Jango Fett doesn't lose his pistol.
  • After the gunships arrive, Obi-Wan is seen holding a green lightsaber and Anakin is holding a blue lightsaber.
  • Padmé does not fall out of the gunship but inexplicably appears later in the hanger. Also, Anakin is flying the ship instead of a clone.
  • In the second part of the Count Dooku fight, the two playable characters are Yoda and Obi-Wan. In the film, Yoda fights alone.
  • In the game Obi-Wan gets hurt but continues fighting, whereas in the film his injuries incapacitated him.
  • The speech about the shroud of the dark side, and the start of the Clone Wars, as well as Anakin and Padmé's marriage, are omitted. The end simply shows Dooku and Darth Sidious plotting in The Works.

Revenge of the SithEdit

  • R4-P17 is not killed by Buzz-droids, as she was in the film.
  • Obi-Wan's Jedi Starfighter has R2-D2 instead of R4-P17.
  • In the film, R2-D2 is with Anakin and Obi-Wan when they crash into the Invisible Hand, but in the game, they have to find him after they arrive.
  • The elevator scene is omitted.
  • The scene in which Anakin and Obi-Wan escape from General Grievous and into the generator room (which was deleted from the movie) was included, though Shaak Ti is not present in this scene (in the movie, she was killed by General Grievous).
  • Anakin and Obi-wan enter the generator room through a door instead of the floor, and escape the generator room in two separate pipes instead of the same one.
  • The generator room is not flooded.
  • In the film, after rescuing the Chancellor, they are captured and taken to meet Grievous, but in the game after defeating Dooku, they go to the bridge and meet him.
  • The Invisible Hand does not visibly break apart.
  • In the game, Obi-Wan isn't knocked out during the duel with Dooku. This was probably done to make it more co-op friendly.
  • In the movie, when Anakin uses cho mai on Count Dooku, both of Dooku's hands are severed. In the game, only Dooku's right hand is amputated.
  • Dooku's death is not properly shown, possibly due to censorship.
  • Anakin and the others don't get captured by the droids.
  • Tarfful is called Wookiee rather than his name.
  • All scenes on Coruscant are omitted.
  • Boga and the Wheelbike are omitted, but they were going to be included in the game because there is a deleted level called "Boga Chase" and also unfinished model files of both Boga and the wheelbike are found in the directory on the PC version of the game. Also, the wheelbike appears in the Nintendo DS version of LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga.

Grievous as seen in game

  • In the film, Obi-Wan battles Grievous in hangar 10 and on the landing platform, but in the game, only the platform appears, without Grievous's starfighter, and clones are not seen shooting droids in the background.
  • Utapau is a grassy rather than barren planet.
  • In the game, Obi-Wan and Commander Cody fight Grievous together, but in the film, they don't.
  • Obi-Wan uses Cody's blaster to kill Grievous, but in the film, he uses the cyborg general's own blaster to kill him.
  • In the game, Cody is knocked out or killed by Grievous, but in the movie, he isn't.
  • During the assault on Kashyyyk, most clones wear normal Phase II clone trooper armor instead of clone scout trooper armor.
  • The Battle of Kashyyyk takes place after/during Order 66 instead of before.
  • The playable Clone Pilots (Episode III) wear helmets, just as the real-life minifigures produced at that time did. But in the film, they have exposed faces. This discrepancy was resolved in 2010 when they released a new, more movie-accurate helmet design.
  • The battle between Mace Windu and Palpatine is omitted.
  • In the film, the clones keep fighting the droids while Order 66 is given, whereas in the game, they work on the same team.
  • The disguised clones did not appear in the film, though they were in a deleted scene.
  • The deaths of Jedi during Order 66 are omitted.
  • Anakin turning to the dark side of the Force, Operation: Knightfall, and his assassination of the Separatists are omitted, shown only as Anakin killing Shaak Ti in a hologram in the Jedi Temple, followed by another recording showing Anakin kneeling before Darth Sidious.
  • Darth Vader's assassination of the younglings never takes place, possibly because the game is billed as for kids.
  • Anakin is not seen Force-choking Padmé. They get into an argument instead.
  • The Mustafar lava arm is apparently broken into three pieces, with one still attached to the mining facility, one sinking gradually, and one almost completely submerged.
  • Darth Vader's lightsaber changes from blue to red in the last cutscene during the duel on Mustafar. This may be a sign to players that Anakin is turned to the dark side, for red is the usual lightsaber color for Sith. This is rectified in LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga.
  • Anakin and Obi-Wan's duel on Mustafar is very different from the movie. Anakin tries to escape from Obi-Wan and Obi-Wan chases him. Then the two of them have to escape a lot of falling platforms and have to stop the control room from collapsing. Then the duel takes place on the big rock, whilst in the movie Anakin is injured trying to jump to it.
  • Anakin isn't burnt in the game; in the film he is.
  • The battle between Yoda and Palpatine is omitted.
  • Luke and Leia being brought to their adopted worlds is omitted.
  • Padmé Amidala's funeral is omitted.
  • The under-construction Death Star is omitted.
  • Bail Organa is absent from the game.
  • All scenes on the Tantive IV are omitted.
  • C-3PO is absent from Episode III, apart from a brief appearance during Padmé's death scene.

A New HopeEdit

  • Darth Vader frees C-3PO from a cylinder.
  • C-3PO then assists Vader in his troubles with opening sealed doors.
  • Darth Vader finds R2-D2.

Because of these differences, the game is considered non-canon. In addition, there are always at least two characters that can be played, despite story inaccuracies; this was for co-op purposes.


A sequel, LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy, covers the saga's original trilogy of A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. It was released on September 12, 2006.

LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga, which combines the levels from LEGO Star Wars and LEGO Star Wars II, was released in 2007. The original prequel levels were updated to include powerbricks, vehicles in non-vehicle levels, and other aspects found in LEGO Star Wars II. Additionally, new playable characters, such as Watto and Boss Nass, were added, as was the deleted level involving the pursuit of Zam Wesell. Other levels which were changed for the new release (such as "Mos Espa Podrace") or cut from the first game (such as Anakin's assault on the Trade Federation battleship) were included as bonus content.


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