Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars Guide

Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars Walkthrough and Guide

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Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars Walkthrough

Unofficial Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars Guide by Chris Boots-Faubert for SuperCheats.com


 



This guide was written for the Xbox 360 version of the game, but it applies to all of the platforms and will be useful on them.  The hand-held game version is slightly different than the console version, but not so substantially that this guide is less useful.

The LEGO line of video games are widely enjoyed by all age ranges, and may well have more adult fans than children -- the reason for that has more to do with the subjects of the video games, practically all of which have previously been given a more serious game treatment -- and that is the point really. 

LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars is a lot like the Harry Potter games from the series, because it tells a story that we already know and love, providing the chance for us to relive our favorite bits from the animated series in about as non-threatening a way as you can imagine.

Before we get to the meat of the Introduction, we need to talk about game play elements of this game because I fear that if we do not, and you are not an experienced hand of the LEGO series, you will find yourself very confused, very quickly, with the sort of confusion that can and often does lead to game frustration -- and considering how wicked fun these games are, that really would be a shame.

If you are unfamiliar with this game series, it is structured for game play by up to two players who can switch between different characters in order to fight enemies, solve puzzles, and progress through the levels.  This style can be confusing for new players because while it appears to be the standard linear game play approach, in reality it is anything but that!

You will find in playing through the story mode that there are areas and items that you simply cannot reach because you do not have the proper characters or skills.  That is not an accident, and you have done nothing wrong -- it is simply that you are not intended to obtain those items or access those areas as part of the story mode!  No, in fact you will need to return to, and replay, those levels in free play mode, once you have unlocked the characters that are required to complete all of the various parts in them.

The reason for that is that in free play mode you can switch between characters on-the-fly, which means that, for example, an area that requires a Dark Force character or a droid will be accessible in free play as long as you have one of that type available to use by unlocking them in game play or through purchasing them in-game!

LEGO games traditionally include a few special features in play, like scene swaps, where players can switch between teams in separate locations to complete multi-part objectives, and challenging boss battles that are often more humorous than they are dangerous. There is such a variety of play in these games that they are sure to appeal to any fan of their subject -- from space flight and battles to real-time strategy engagements during which you command large ground armies on massive battlefields!

This newest entry in the series is unique compared to the previous titles for several reasons, and not the least of which being that it is built on an entirely new graphics engine with much more beefy object handling code!  That may sound odd to you if you are playing the game on a console, because you know that the hardware in your console is not new, and so you may wonder how it can be all that much improved.  Well that is the magic of game making, mate, so you will just have to take our word for it!

OK fine, be that way!  The secret is simple -- the code that was used to build this game is tighter and much more efficient, which means that it more fully employs the graphic capabilities of your console, and can handle a much higher count of objects on the screen at any given moment.  One very obvious element in addition to tighter pixel grouping is the creative use of light and shadow in the game.

Believe it when we say that the LEGO series is a top-of-the-line cutting-edge AAA Rated game series, and the games that are part of it are not created to disappoint! 

If you have played the previous titles in the LEGO Star Wars series, you are no doubt used to the hub in the game being centered around either a land-based structure, or an interior element of the space station.  That is not the case in LSW3:CW, as this game's hub is located on a star ship!  What does that mean in terms of game play?  Why it means that your hub is portable, and so you are able to move about in the galaxy while retaining that familiar space!  That is a good thing too, because as you no doubt are aware, the story of the Clone Wars spans distant planets, different star systems, and broad and empty patches of stellar real estate!

Now that we have covered the important background and thus provided you with a solid grounding on the major game elements, we shall return to the proper Introduction!
 
The LEGO Star Wars series is based off of two iconic pieces of entertainment -- the animated series The Clone Wars, and the eponymous toy line created by the Lego Group based on the Star Wars movies.

The bloodlines of the series are honest and deep, and they begin with LEGO Star Wars, the Video Game, which was released in March of 2005 for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance,  Nintendo GameCube, Sony PlayStation 2, and Microsoft's Xbox console and, much later,  for Windows PC.

The first game in the series established it.  That may sound rather obvious, but what you are thinking is not what we mean.   LEGO Star Wars, the Video Game did more for the games that followed than simply establish the format and appearance, it also set the standard for quality and self-depreciating humor of the sort that leaves you without any doubt that when you do something stupid -- and you will do stupid things -- the game is laughing with you, and not at you.  An important distinction.

The establishing game was followed by LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy in September of 2006, then LEGO Star Wars, the Complete Saga in May 2007.  In October of 2009 LEGO Star Wars: the Quest for R2-D2 was released as a free online game, and while many purists insist that as it was a freebie it does not properly belong in the official canon, our response to that is bullocks!   And with that sentiment, and that game, we come full circle to the most recent offering, LEGO Star Wars III: the Clone Wars, which was released on March 22nd, 2011, and about which this guide is written!

I have played all of these games, and many of them on multiple platforms, simply because they are fun and easily number among the most entertaining games available today.  If it appears that I speak of them with a robust enthusiasm, why, that is because I do indeed feel that way about them.  I have spent many hours playing -- and re-playing -- their various levels.

Moving on, and lastly, this guide is carefully and logically structured to be as useful to you as it can be, and is written with great detail and intense care to provide the information that you need to get your bearings no matter how deep into a level you are when you go looking for help!  Now, how cool is that?

So having covered all of the ground that we really needed to cover, and some that was more or less optional but that I thought were a good idea, all that is left is for me to tell you that you are about to embark upon an adventure filled with danger, excitement, and challenges galore! 

In spite of the fact that this is technically a game that is aimed at children, as an adult gamer you are going to need this guide badly at some points, because though packed with joy the trappings of the game world will lull you into a false sense of security until, BAM!  You end up lost and in need of direction!

Well that is why I am here mate!  So relax, don't panic, I've got your back!



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Added 7th Apr 2015, ID #539289

 
LEGO Star Wars The Complete Saga (TCS) is JUST the first games. LEGO Star Wars III is the Clone Wars Story - that came out after TCS so assuming you want to experience all of it you will want both games.

CMBF
Added 2nd Mar 2015, ID #523383

 
I GOT DARTH VADER

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Added 27th Jun 2014, ID #407561

 
Is it worth getting both lego star wars 3 and lego star wars the complete saga? Or does the saga include number 3?

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Added 15th Jan 2014, ID #344022

 
Is it worth getting lego star wars 3 or star wars the complete saga or does the saga include this?

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Added 15th Jan 2014, ID #344021

 
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Added 25th Jan 2013, ID #246220

 
how do i complete the ruusan moon the second part at where i place the second bomb because i cant get past that second red light beam wall?!?!?!
PLZ TELL ME CUZ I NEED HELP BADLY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Added 28th Dec 2012, ID #230734

 
Hay my name is Diante and my little brother and I are trying to
Figur out what to do after we beat the zillo beast we completed the zillo beast what level ate we supposed to go to next we are totally confused on what to do soo please help us we really want to beat the whole game.there must be some cheats please help us!!!!!!

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Added 17th Dec 2012, ID #223473

 
I bought my consol and this game was a free download, so I had no instruction manual. I was very frustrated trying to solve all these puzzles in story mode, and also couldn't figure out how to change characters in the middle of play. thanks a lot.

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Added 4th Nov 2012, ID #205434

 
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i need help beating resque the prinses in lego star wars the complete saga can you help me

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Added 29th Jun 2012, ID #158268

 
hi my name is nick harris i liked your writing and i have a xbox i an 14 an i love the game i had 99.9% when my sister erased my memory i am at 5% now that sucks but its so fun to play i thanked her for it. i see that a lot of people have trubl with the zillo beast and it is easy . but all the vidios are funny right

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Added 9th Jun 2012, ID #150633

 
I am 7 years old. what do i do after beating the zillo beast

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yeah. how do you get more gold bricks

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how do i get more gold bricks ???


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my name isa sebastian antes i need to know what the two missing boxed are

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Added 23rd Apr 2012, ID #136377

 
Hi my name is Rafaela and i am 8 years old. I need help on the lair of Grievous when the guy with 4 swords and 10 lives keeps on attacking me
and there's NOTHING i can do about it because he keeps on defeating me!
PLEASE HELP ME!!!!!!!!!!!

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Added 2nd Apr 2012, ID #128574

 
hi my name is haydenk age 10 i have it for ds and wondering if there is any cheats for ds and im buying it for xbox this weekend

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I can not get the second set of levels

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how do you build an escape pod on the timed missions on Quell

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Added 15th Jan 2012, ID #106306

 
psp star wars III how do you beat general greivas

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Added 12th Jan 2012, ID #105142

 
You put one gun on each teritory and then reach the third territory and get the tank. Then you get more tanks and blast the gold part. Keep holding on the yellow part. Once it crushes, it will be defeated.

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Added 8th Jan 2012, ID #104135

 
Hello need help on Hoth battle level any assistance would be great thanks.
Can,t get passed first locked doors with large four leg machine in front.

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Added 1st Jan 2012, ID #101723

 
hi just got this game for chrisie and iam stuck on the planted rookies where you need to blow up the brown bricks in the side of the wall i change to the character that is flashing but cannot seem to go any futher can any one help!!!!!!!!!!! this is for the ninetdo ds

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Added 25th Dec 2011, ID #98608

 
hi im kaine im stuck on lego star wars 3 for 3ds i cant get all the minikits plz hep

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Added 9th Dec 2011, ID #93677

 
Hi, I'm John I really need to know were all the mini kits are.PLEASE
Tell me were they are.

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Added 1st Dec 2011, ID #91863

 
i compleat all the levl

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Added 29th Nov 2011, ID #91372

 
my name is mark and i have compleated the whole game but i cant seam to be able to get onto the separists ships hub area can any one help me ps i am playing it on the DS

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i need cheats for infinte studs. do you have any ??? also it is on psp plz help also for all charecters plz plz plz

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Added 22nd Nov 2011, ID #89360

 
my name is quentin and IM EIGHT and i beat the whole game

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Added 19th Nov 2011, ID #88474

 
hi my name is madilynn and im 10 years old and my brother patrick is 8 and were stuck at the ending of the level genrel grivioeos lair,after the big monster with the swords and weird pointy tail and we probily need to build a messenger device to contact the jedi council but me and patrick cant seem to figuire it out so please help us or we will die of bordness and frustration tell us please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!do you have any cheat codes for us?????oh yea its for wii.

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Added 17th Sep 2011, ID #74957

 
i cant find the flying robot from hoth

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Added 22nd Aug 2011, ID #69203

 
ive competed zillo beast and wepons factory and co but im now stuck on finding the other levels like for example hostige crisis

brandon1990
Added 8th Aug 2011, ID #65188

 
My name is Nigel and im 8 years old. Im stuck on weapons factory. I need help on the second part. Thanks!

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Added 7th Aug 2011, ID #64837

 

I already beat the game and got savage opress

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Added 1st Aug 2011, ID #63118

 
theres a thing that says xox and theres a mimikit under it how do i blow it up?

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Added 9th Jul 2011, ID #56348

 
Hello,

My name is Callum and I%u2019m having trouble as I%u2019m stuck on the third ledge of Act 3, of Jedi Crash and cannot work out how to use the grapple to get beyond this stage.

Can anyone please help I%u2019m using a DS (Lego Star Wars III The Clone Wars)

Thanks

CallumS
Added 3rd Jul 2011, ID #54265

 
I beat the Jedi crash level but I don't know where all of the minikits are in act one for the ds On Lego star wars 3 the clone wars

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Added 1st Jul 2011, ID #53959

 
I beat the Jedi crash level but I don't know where all of the minikits are in act one for the ds

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Added 1st Jul 2011, ID #53957

 
well caden all u have to do is build on the circles until u can build tanks and shoot the gold necklace

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Added 11th Jun 2011, ID #48509