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LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy Videos and Trailers - W

LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy
Game Description:Based on the Star Wars Trilogy, LEGO Star Wars II Mobile includes even more of the family friendly LEGO action, puzzles and humour that earned the original LEGO Star Wars such popularity and acclaim. The adventure starts when Luke Skywalker sets off to rescue the errant droid R2-D2, who wanders off as soon as the rescue team lands the Millennium Falcon on the Death Star. Luke has to find R2-D2 so he can access the location of Princess Leia's prison cell to rescue her and escape from the Death Star. During these missions, the player fights against the forces of the Empire and solves LEGO puzzles in order to proceed through all of the 18 interconnecting levels.
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