Enter the following cheats to get the corresponding effect Effect Code Activate joystick force feedback feature LEIAWRKOUT Changes force feedback control for joystick GUNDARK Control AT-ST CHICKEN View credits CREDITS View Cutscenes (pick At the Movies at the high score screen) DIRECTOR Listen to sound themes (pick concert hall at the high score screen MAESTRO Unlimited Lives IAMDOLLY All Powerups TOUGHGUY Use any available ship in mission USEDAFORCE Get fighter goodguytie All Levels OOMPAWAMPA Fly the Millenium Falcon. At the settings page type WOOKIEPELT. Then when you are going to chose your ship just pick the falon. All Medals Backup this file first!! Use a hex editor to open your players file (player_00) the 50th line contains letters such as abba bbab this is what medal you got on that mission (the first letter stands for the first two missions ...) type here :ffff ffff ffff ffff you will get all gold medals and the bonus levels as you play any mission again.
To access Anakin Skywalker's Naboo Starfighter straight from Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace, type in HALIFAX? as your Passcode, select Enter Code, then type in !YNGWIE!. Select Enter Code again, and you'll have full access to the Naboo Starfighter. You will find this ship on any mission that does not use a Snowspeeder. It is found to the left of the X-Wing on the ship select screen.
If for some strange reason you'd like to disable this code, type in HALIFAX? then enter in any word you'd like as your second Passcode.
On the Passcodes screen, enter HARDROCK. Next, go back to the screen where Luke is climbing out of his X-Wing. Wait a minute (or through the first demo). Luke's face will be replaced by a bearded man's face.
Enter "HARDROCK" as a password. R2-D2 will make a sound if you entered it correctly. Go back to the main menu and wait on the demo to start. After it starts, press A to go back to the main menu with a old mans face in the background instead of Luke.
In Beggers canyon you have to use your T16Skyhopper to race easy zac win and you get bronze, meadiam dack win and you get silver, hard weg win and you get gold. easy stay in the middle it is ok but is the only one with a sand crawler, medium turn to your left it is a bit harder like more terns, hard turn to your right and you will not like it because theirs so many sharp turns.
At the imperial construction yards go to the first AT-AT that you see. Go past it. Go over the platform with tie fighters sitting on it to the next one where there is a transport ship taking off from it. on the right side blow up the buildings. In one of them there is a little yellow thing pick it up. Thats the advanced missile technology.
In the battle above Taloraan are you having trouble at the end and finding the powerup? Well this is your answer! Go as low as you can and the Tie Intorceptor won't see you. The best ship to use on my opinion is the Mulenium Falcon sneak up and kill the Tie. The powerup is in the middle of the city. Now to end the mission! There are no Tibanna tanks on the top. Shoot all the turrets as quikly as possible Then shoot the Tibanna.
If you're haning trouble finding tha advanced Technology in Blockade at Chandrila,you're in luck.Follow the train to the city.Once you get there follow the edge of the city and you'll see 3 pointy buildings and an AT-ST. Destroy the AT-ST and the advanced technology will be floating,pick it up
In the first level of the game, the object is to destroy the PROBE DROIDS and TIE BOMBERS. After you destroy the last group of PROBE DROIDS(if you did it in the order the radar told you), fly to right. There will be 4 STORM TROOPERS there. 2 on DEWBACKS and 2 walking. You have to kill these to get a gold medal
To get better shields go to the shield generator. DO NOT blow it up. Just go down the canyon until you get to the second split in the canyon. (Go either way on the first split of the canyon) Go to the right on the second split and at the end of the canyon there is a building and a missle turrent. Blow them both up and get the yellow box. Then get out of there the same way you got in and complete the level.
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