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by   / December 05, 2008

It's not surprising someone combined the story and settings of the geek-tacular Star Wars franchise with the nerd-licious Lego aesthetic. What is surprising is how much fun Lego Star Wars offers, with the ability to switch among a wide variety of characters from the prequel trilogy, including the oft-maligned yet flexible Jar Jar Binks.

The demo consists of one short mission from the full game and an exploratory mode. In the mission, you control Obi-Wan Kenobi, Qui-Gon Jinn, and the silver android that looks like C-3PO (yes, I know it's TC-14) through the beginning scenes of The Phantom Menace. Don't worry: Jar Jar is nowhere to be seen--yet. The controls are keyboard-based, logical, and different for each character. Attack or defend with one key, then use another for special moves, which for the Jedis involves the Force. There's a special thrill in using telekinesis to rearrange Lego doors and contraptions into new objects, not to mention throwing small droids willy-nilly. After you've finished the mission, you can switch among 10 characters and explore the federation ship at your leisure. If you're a fan of either Star Wars or Legos, be sure to give this demo a look.

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Full Specifications


Publisher Eidos
Publisher web site
Release Date June 01, 2017
Date Added June 01, 2017
Version Demo


Category Games
Subcategory Adventure Games

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows 2000/XP
Additional Requirements Windows 2000/XP, 1GHz CPU, 256MB RAM, DirectX 9.0c-compatible 32MB video card with pixel-shader support, 500MB disk space

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File Size 227.26MB
File Name lego_star_wars_pc_demo_final.exe


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License Model Free to try
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Price Free
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