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LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy

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LEGO_Star_Wars_II.zip_.001 (762.94 MB)
For Mac OS X
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LEGO_Star_Wars_II.zip_.002 (762.94 MB)
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LEGO_Star_Wars_II.zip_.003 (606.44 MB)
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The Legos strike back in the sequel to the original LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game, where players now get to explore the original trilogy (Episodes IV, V, and VI) of the Star Wars movie series. Players use LEGO-ized Star Wars characters to reenact all three of the original movies. All of the sets and props are also made out of LEGO bricks, and retain their properties such as the ability to be rebuilt and fall apart. Like its predecessor, the game puts a spin on the series by adding a light-hearted, humorous touch to the movies, and also by using no dialogue. (MobyGames).

The game DVD has options for English, French, German, Spanish and Italian languages.

The three downloads are the parts of a zipped archive containing an image of the game DVD.

Compatibility
Architecture: PPC x86 (Intel:Mac)

Mac OS X 10.4
512 MB RAM
3 GB free hard drive space
64 MB VRAM

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Jatoba's picture
by Jatoba - 2019, July 15 - 7:39pm

@Esfratch You downloaded the first part, but you'll also need the second part. Extract the 001 file only when all of them are in the same folder.

Esfratch's picture
by Esfratch - 2019, July 15 - 6:50pm

Help! I tried to decompress the file Lego Star wars II.zip.001 with The Unarchiver put, it says error the archive is incomplete. Any Idea?

SkyCapt's picture
by SkyCapt - 2019, January 9 - 7:40am

"is not an exact copy of the original DVD" but wouldn't be "exact" anyway upon applying its (included) k-patch. Guessing probably Unable to make the "exact DVD" run without this k-patch, often the impetus for why patch gets built in the first place. Thank you for your work building this page!

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by mrdav - 2019, January 8 - 11:27pm

This is my upload but I do not have the original disc. I suspect that the disc image is not an exact copy of the original DVD as Feral used to use the SafeDisc copy protection but there is no SafeDisc file in this disc image. The SafeDisc file is typically very large and is sometimes removed in copies of the game disc to save space. Sometimes the saving can reduce a disc image from double layer DVD size to single layer size which is a huge reduction.

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by SkyCapt - 2019, January 5 - 1:50am
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Scott, way to go! Rad 9800 is a baddass upgrade for MDD2003, amirite?. Do you got OSX Jaguar (10.2.8) on yours, for the Classic Mode? The 9800 gfx doesn't accelerate in OS9 like the 9000 did, but I can play major 3D games such as "Tomb Raider 3" and "Deus Ex" with Jaguar whereas newer versions of OSX can't handle a lot of video under their Classic modes. And have you made OS9 function with the 9800 card? (disable the ATI extensions).

I'll vote 5 *s here too for restoring normalcy on the vote total... not that this isnt deserving. Plenty of cute NEW starwars material in this game; those movie plots get rather loosely adhered to.

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by scott Praed - 2019, January 3 - 11:50pm
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To Mrdav. Lego Stars Wars II: The Original Trilogy with Power mac G4 1.25 Ghz Mirror door 2003 with Radeon 9800 pro with 128 Video MD. I upgrade my video to Radeon 9800 Pro 128. The game without problem. Before game said Radeon 9000 pro 128 was too slow for this game and refuse to play. Now the game will play with new video card as Radeon 9800 Pro 128 in Mac OS X 10.4.11 and Mac OS X 10.5.8.

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by scott Praed - 2019, January 3 - 11:50pm

To Skycapt Lego Stars Wars II: The Original Trilogy with Power mac G4 1.25 Ghz Mirror door 2003 with Radeon 9800 pro with 128 Video MD. I upgrade my video to Radeon 9800 Pro 128. The game without problem. Before game said Radeon 9000 pro 128 was too slow for this game and refuse to play. Now the game will play with new video card as Radeon 9800 Pro 128 in Mac OS X 10.4.11 and Mac OS X 10.5.8.

SkyCapt's picture
by SkyCapt - 2019, January 3 - 8:42am

Works for me: PMG4 Mirror Door 2003 overclocked, Radeon 9600 - a generation ahead of the Radeon 9000, scott. Unlike the LSW Prequel Trilogy which renders clumsily, this Original Trilogy renders better for me with good frame rate at 1920x1200 resolution, tho I'll reduce its resolution a little to get it perfectly smooth.

Readme says minimum requirement is a G4 doing at least 1.67GHz. I have less (1.58 GHz) yet I can do the insane resolution of 1920x1200, therefore my accelerated ram and accelerated agp bus are contributing to my benefit. I wonder if somebody voted real low here because maybe it didn't work after a long dL and its high hw requirements isn't warned of here yet.

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by scott Praed - 2017, September 29 - 5:02am

I tested LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy on Power Mac G4 Mirror door 2003 1.25 GHZ with Radeon 9000 Pro 128 MB card with 2 GB of Ram in Mac OS X 10.5.8 but game said sorry, your graphic card cannot run this game !