Go to the level "The Lost Temple" in free play take a person with a rocket launcher. Play through the level until you get to the idol. On the far right of the screen there is a cave blocked by silver bricks. Take out the rocket launcher and get the bricks into your sights. Go into the cave and you will see a box with C-3PO's head on the top. There will be a little movie and after the movie you will see :1/5. If you find all 5 Star-Wars people then you can unlock and buy Han Solo at the library for $100,000.
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LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures Easter Eggs
In the first level, when you are on the raft, go into the waterfall and there will be a box or leaf, hit it then build the scholar panel. If you have a scholar you can get in and on the islands there will be an Ewok, he will wave at you then leave!
In this level, there is a corner with a rock in front of it. There will be golden studs behind the rock. When you jump over the rock and the studs will disappear, but when you hit the rock the studs don't disappear and you are able to collect them.
Go to "Into The Mountains" level as free play. Choose any one that has a rocket launcher. Beat the area where you are in the bar, when you get out-side keep going until you see the bridges of ice. On the third bridge fall all the way to the bottom of the cliff, you will see a big opening like a door made of ice. Find the person that has the rocket launcher and get the opening into your sites. Shoot and walk into the cave... Luke Skywalker will be hanging from the top of the cave and then there is a little show and it will say :1/5. Find all five star wars characters and you can unlock Han Solo the last person to buy.
Once your in the last area of the level get all of blue blocks and put them on the blue platform. Then build both platforms to get on the mountain edge. Follow the path and you will see a house. Find a way up there and you'll see presents and LEGO blocks that make a slay. Go in the chimney and then brake the boxes and there will be a candy cane that you could use for a weapon and you'll also see Santa Claus.
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LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures Unlockables
Ancient City - Collect all of the artifacts in Temple Of Doom
Warehouse level - Collect all of the artifacts in The Last Crusade
Young Indy level - Collect all of the artifacts in Raiders Of The Lost Ark
There's one very special guest hidden in the game, and to unlock him, you'll
need to find five Star Wars Characters hidden in the wild. Here is how to find
C-3PO - (Found in The Lost Temple)
(Explosive) Just after snagging the idol fire an explosive at the gray wall.
This is in the next room. Smash the blocks that encase him.
Luke Skywalker - (Found in Into the Mountains)
(Glass) In the area with the collapsing ice bridges, fall down the third one
to the bottom, then blast or scream at the wall of ice in the back to free
Luke from his wampa prison.
Chewbacca - (Found in City of Danger)
(Scholar, Shorty) In the last room with the truck, decipher the glyph panel
at the back wall to find the cantina, then use the vent in back to crawl to
where Chewie is.
Princess Leia - (Found in Free the Slaves)
(Explosive, Soldier) In the fourth area, go towards the right edge and look at
the front to see some railings that go down. Drop down to the right and blast
the rubble in the way. Use the soldier door to find Her Worshipfulness.
R2-D2 - (Found in Desert Ambush)
(Free Play) In the first area, go the left side and use a high jumper to get
up to the top, then head left and use the whip platform to lower a Sandcrawler
tube, out from which pops a plucky little droid.
Once you find all five characters:
You can buy Han Solo - (100,000)
Ancient City - Collect all artifacts from The Well of souls to The Temple Of Kali
Warehouse - Collect all the artifacts from Free the Slaves to Temple of the Grail
Young Indy - Collect all artifacts from The Lost Temple to The City of Danger
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