Lego Star Wars 2 The Original Trilogy [cheats]
Enter one of the following codes to unlock the corresponding character for purchase in free play mode:
UCK868 - Beach Trooper
BEN917 - Ben Kenobi's ghost
VHY832 - Bespin Guard
WTY721 - Bib Fortuna
HLP221 - Boba Fett
BNC332 - Death Star Trooper
TTT289 - Ewok
YZF999 - Gamorean Guard
NFX582 - Gonk Droid
SMG219 - Grand Moff Tarkin
NAH118 - Greedo
YWM840 - Han Solo with hood
NXL973 - IG-88
MMM111 - Imperial Guard
BBV889 - Imperial Officer
VAP664 - Imperial Shuttle Pilot
CVT125 - Imperial Spy
JAW499 - Jawa
UUB319 - Lobot
SGE549 - Palace Guard
CYG336 - Rebel Pilot
EKU849 - Rebel Trooper from Hoth
YDV451 - Sand Trooper
GBU888 - Skiff Guard
NYU989 - Snow Trooper
PTR345 - Stormtrooper
HHY382 - The Emperor
HDY739 - TIE Fighter
NNZ316 - TIE Fighter Pilot
QYA828 - TIE Interceptor
PEJ821 - Tuskin Raider
UGN694 - Ugnaught
Bounty Hunter locations
Mission 1 (R2D2): Enter the Bounty Hunter area. Keep going forward, then stop once you reach a wall. Enter both holes at the side of the wall. Legos will fly out. Build it into a doorway. Inside is R2D2.
Mission 2 (Obi-Wan): 4-lom can open any door. Take him to the lift where the R2D2 control panel is located. Open it and go up the lift. Pull the levers after walking on the foot marks and enter the next room. Use the control panel again and go through to the last room. Obi-Wan is on the right. Smash through the boxes and he will be standing in the small doorway.
Bounty Hunter mode
Purchase all the bounty hunters (Boba Fett, Bossk, Dengar, Greedo, IG-88, and 4-LOM) to unlock the Bounty Hunter mini-game.
Characters from the original Lego Star Wars
Successfully complete the indicated chapter by collecting 10 Minikits within the time limit allowed in Challenge mode to unlock the corresponding character(s) from the original Lego Star Wars:
R4-P17, PK Droid: Episode IV: Chapter 2
Battle Droid, B. D. (Security), B. D. (Geonosis), B. D. (Commander): Episode IV: Chapter 4
Chancellor Palpatine, General Grievous, Grievous' Bodyguard: Episode VI: Chapter 5
Clone (Episode III Pilot): Episode IV: Chapter 6
Clone (Episode III Swamp): Episode V: Chapter 4
Clone, Clone (Episode III), Commander Cody, Clone (Episode III Walker): Episode VI: Chapter 3
Disguised Clone, Boba Fett (Boy): Episode VI: Chapter 1
Droideka: Episode IV: Chapter 5
Geonosian: Episode V: Chapter 3
Jango Fett: Episode VI: Chapter 2
Luminara, Ki-Adi Mundi, Kit Fisto, Shaak Ti: Episode V: Chapter 1
Mace Windu, Mace Windu (Episode III): Episode VI: Chapter 6
Padme (Battle), Padme (Clawed), Padme (Geonosis): Episode V: Chapter 2
Padme, Anakin Skywalker (boy): Episode IV: Chapter 3
Queen Amidala, Royal Guard, Captain Panaka: Episode V: Chapter 6
Super Battle Droid: Episode V: Chapter 5
TC-14: Episode IV: Chapter 1
Wookie, Jar Jar Binks: Episode VI: Chapter 4
Collect a good amount of Studs, then go to a special area where the Studs you collect are x2 (for example, Episode IV: Chapter 3 in the cinema). When you get there, turn off all of your "Extras" then drop in you second player (if not already on) and attack the player with all of the Studs. On the fourth hit, the player will die and release Studs. At this point pause the game and turn on any Stud multipliers you have in the "Extras" menu. Resume the game, then collect the Studs dropped by the killed player. They will compound with the x2 of the area. For example, Studs x2 (from the area) x2 (from "Extras" menu) x4 (from "Extras" menu) for a total of x16. Turn off the "Extras" and repeat this trick as many times as desired.
In Episode IV: Chapter 1 - A New Hope, destroy all of the little panels that a Force user can open. You can also go through the Bounty Hunter or Stormtrooper doors and use the Force on all of the little panels on the wall. Another way is to go through the door that can only be opened with a Sith (for example, as Darth Vader). Then, use the 2x Score Multiplier to your advantage.
Play as a Bounty Hunter (Boba Fett, 4-LOM, Greedo, etc.) at the Mos Eisley cantina. Enter any mission. Character bonuses are recommended. Immediately when the mission loads, pause the game and return to the cantina. Once there, go to the outskirts of the cantina and destroy every trash can, ship piece, and platinum object you see with your bounty hunter's blaster and/or thermal detonators. Collect all Studs possible. Repeat this process as many times as desired. This is a quick and easy way to get at least 20,000 to 30,000 Studs each time.
Gold Brick bonuses
Collect the indicated number of Gold Bricks after completing all chapters of the listed episode to unlock the corresponding bonus:
Episode IV Character Bonus: 8 Gold Bricks
Episode IV Minikit Bonus: 8 Gold Bricks
Episode IV Super Story: 8 Gold Bricks
Episode V Character Bonus: 16 Gold Bricks
Episode V Minikit Bonus: 16 Gold Bricks
Episode V Super Story: 16 Gold Bricks
Episode VI Character Bonus: 32 Gold Bricks
Episode VI Minikit Bonus: 32 Gold Bricks
Episode VI Super Story: 32 Gold Bricks
In Episode IV: Chapter 5 - Death Star Escape in Free Play mode, use 3CPO to unlock the first door. Then, use someone who has force powers to put together the fridge in the room. The fridge will open and a Super Red Power Block will pop out, allowing you to buy Invincibility in the cantina for 900,000 Studs.
Get 60 Gold Bricks, then build the doorway outside.
In Episode V: Chapter 5, use the Force on the X-Wing. Then, start walking around the X-Wing. You will get a Red Brick, allowing you to purchase the the Minikit Detector for 500,000 Studs.
Play as secret characters
Note: This applies only to the demo version. First of all, complete the demo, which will unlock the "Free Play" mode.
Then, enter that mode and you'll be able to create 2 characters. Continue playing and you'll see only the two of them in the map. Press the key to switch characters, and depending on the area you're currently in, different characters will appear. You can not only play with most characters from the demo, but also with the Emperor, from Episode VI.
Collect all Minikits to unlock Boba Fett's Slave 1 ship in the vehicle missions.
Get 99 Gold Bricks.
Ever wonder how Santa Claus manages to work his way down chimneys way too small for him? Or how he seems to stop time in order to visit all of the world's good boys and girls every Christmas morning? LucasArts and TT Games know the answer: Santa Claus is a Jedi Knight whose amazing Force powers allow him to pull off such spectacular feats. A long time ago, he came to us from a galaxy far, far away to exile himself from the Jedi purge led by Darth Vader. (No... that's not official canon.)
But what would have happened if jolly ol’ Saint Nick had stuck around to assist the Rebellion? Find out by creating him in LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy. Here’s how:
Step 1: At the Mos Eisley Cantina, enter the following two codes:
CL4U5H (for Santa hat and red clothes)
TYH319 (for white beard Extra)
Step 2: Go to the Character Customizer and create the proper costume. Use a human head, the appropriate red clothing...and don't forget the red cap! Santa can wield the weapon of your choice -- we recommend the green or red lightsaber to seasonally complement his shiny red duds. (Remember, the color of his lightsaber decides whether his Force powers are naughty or nice.)
Step 3: In the Extras menu, activate Disguise 3.
Step 4: Enter the character-based level of your choice in Free Play.
Step 5: Spread holiday cheer to a galaxy in pieces.