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Lego Star Wars video games minikit instructions

petitetoilonrougepetitetoilonrouge Ottawa, CanadaMember Posts: 21
I was wondering if anyone had ever published the instructions for the minikit vehicles one builds in the LSW video games. I saw this topic started years back on a few other forums, but there were never any answers.

I'm a huge mini SW collector, so I'd love to rebuild those myself - and will have to build the database myself if there's none! ;)

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  • plasmodiumplasmodium UKMember Posts: 1,950
    Many of them are quite similar to the corresponding SW mini-models sets from 2004-ish, I believe. I don't know about real instructions, but I think in the Complete Saga edition, if you start the game and go outside the Cantina, there's a console in the yard which shows you the mini-kits you've collected. Unless I'm mistaken, there's a button you can press which 'takes apart' the mini-model and 'reassembles' it, step-by-step, which might show you what bricks you need.
    Be careful, though. The early Lego video games were notorious for using impossible or nonexistent pieces.
  • plasmodiumplasmodium UKMember Posts: 1,950
    (I think there's a similar function in LSW II, but maybe not in the first one or the Clone Wars)
  • petitetoilonrougepetitetoilonrouge Ottawa, CanadaMember Posts: 21
    The Complete Saga (which collects both games in one) has the option for the slow-motion building for all minikits, so that will not be an issue. Identifying all parts might take some time, that's all.
    I agree some of the original game's minikits look the same as the early mini models, but as far as I could see, there are some differences. Those of the second game are mostly unique (and some seem quite neat!).
    This said, I haven't completed the game yet (on ps3 anyhow, I did on the ps2 back in the day but god knows where that save went...) so I might be wrong on all accounts!
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