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Friday, October 14, 2005

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Applelinks has posted a review of Lego Star Wars, published for the Mac by Aspyr Media. The game allows players to control 30 different Star Wars characters in Lego block form as they make their way through 18 levels spanning the first three movies. Applelinks gave the game a perfect 5 out of 5.

From the review:

The game features characters from the "Episodes" (yes, including JarJar), all rendered in glorious minifig blockiness. Rendered, and dismembered, too; when killed, they pop apart into their component pieces. But bricky though they may be, they move fluidly, especially during combat where simple hits are transformed into acrobatic martial arts combos.
For the entire review check out the Applelinks site below.

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