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'''''LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars''''' is a [[Canon|non-canon]] [[video game]] set in the ''[[Star Wars]]'' galaxy. It was announced on [[February 8]]th, [[2010]]. It was developed by [[Traveller's Tales]] and was published by [[LucasArts]]. It is the third game in the ''[[LEGO Star Wars]]'' [[video game]] series (following the releases of ''[[LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game]]'' and ''[[LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy]]'') and depicts the events of the [[Star Wars: The Clone Wars (TV series)|''The Clone Wars'']] animated series. It is available for the [[Nintendo DS]], [[Nintendo 3DS]], [[PlayStation 3]], [[PlayStation Portable]], [[Wii]], [[Personal computer|Windows PC]], [[Mac]], and [[Xbox 360]].<ref name="joystiq">{{Cite web|url=http://www.joystiq.com/2010/11/12/lego-star-wars-3-release-date-february-15-2011/|title=Lego Star Wars 3: The Clone Wars deploys Feb. 15|accessdate=2012-7-8|author=|last=Sliwinski|first=Alexander|authorlink=|coauthors=|date=2010-11-12|year=2010|month=|format=|work=|publisher=[http://www.joystiq.com/ Joystiq]|pages=|language=|archiveurl=|archivedate=|quote=}}</ref> It was released on [[March 22]], [[2011]].<ref name="Webdoc 2" /> The macOS version, published by [[Feral Interactive]], was released on [[October 27]], [[2011]].<ref>[http://www.feralinteractive.com/en/news/292/ "LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars site coming to Mac"]</ref>
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'''''LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars''''' is a [[Canon|non-canon]] [[video game]] set in the ''[[Star Wars]]'' galaxy. It was announced on [[February 8]]th, [[2010]]. It was developed by [[Traveller's Tales]] and was published by [[LucasArts]]. It is the third game in the ''[[LEGO Star Wars]]'' [[video game]] series (following the releases of ''[[LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game]]'' and ''[[LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy]]'') and depicts the events of the [[Star Wars: The Clone Wars (TV series)|''The Clone Wars'']] animated series. It is available for the [[Nintendo DS]], [[Nintendo 3DS]], [[PlayStation 3]], [[PlayStation Portable]], [[Wii]], [[Personal computer|Windows PC]], [[Mac]], and [[Xbox 360]].<ref name="joystiq">{{Cite_web|url=http://www.joystiq.com/2010/11/12/lego-star-wars-3-release-date-february-15-2011/|title=Lego Star Wars 3: The Clone Wars deploys Feb. 15|accessdate=2012-7-8|author=|last=Sliwinski|first=Alexander|authorlink=|coauthors=|date=2010-11-12|year=2010|month=|format=|work=|publisher=[http://www.joystiq.com/ Joystiq]|pages=|language=|archiveurl=|archivedate=|quote=}}</ref> It was released on [[March 22]], [[2011]].<ref name="Webdoc 2" /> The macOS version, published by [[Feral Interactive]], was released on [[October 27]], [[2011]].<ref>[http://www.feralinteractive.com/en/news/292/ "LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars site coming to Mac"]</ref>
   
 
==Press release==
 
==Press release==
 
[[File:LEGO Star Wars III.jpg|left|thumb|180px|Solicitation cover]]
 
[[File:LEGO Star Wars III.jpg|left|thumb|180px|Solicitation cover]]
The second to latest chapter in the award-winning LEGO Star Wars videogame franchise, LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars combines the best elements of all previous LEGO games while adding brand new gameplay to make it the most action-packed LEGO videogame to date. Developed by the same team at Traveller’s Tales that created the critically acclaimed LEGO Star Wars and LEGO Indiana Jones series, the game was released on the Wii, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, PS3, PSP, Xbox 360, and Windows on March 22, 2011.
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The second to latest chapter in the award-winning LEGO Star Wars videogame franchise, LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars combines the best elements of all previous LEGO games while adding brand new gameplay to make it the most action-packed LEGO videogame to date. Developed by the same team at Traveller's Tales that created the critically acclaimed LEGO Star Wars and LEGO Indiana Jones series, the game was released on the Wii, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, PS3, PSP, Xbox 360, and Windows on March 22, 2011.
   
“LucasArts continues to set the bar for next-generation family entertainment,” said Darrell Rodriguez, president of LucasArts. “The LEGO Star Wars franchise is a massive hit with fans, bringing in sales of over 20 million units worldwide. We’re thrilled to extend this experience to LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars, delivering the humor and fun players expect from this award winning franchise.”
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“LucasArts continues to set the bar for next-generation family entertainment,” said Darrell Rodriguez, president of LucasArts. “The LEGO Star Wars franchise is a massive hit with fans, bringing in sales of over 20 million units worldwide. We're thrilled to extend this experience to LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars, delivering the humor and fun players expect from this award winning franchise.”
   
 
“LucasArts is an amazing partner, and working with them on the next iteration of the LEGO Star Wars series continues to be a great experience,” said Tom Stone, director at TT Games. “The team at TT is working hard at making this simply the best LEGO game ever with all new gameplay and features never before seen in a [[LEGO]] game.”
 
“LucasArts is an amazing partner, and working with them on the next iteration of the LEGO Star Wars series continues to be a great experience,” said Tom Stone, director at TT Games. “The team at TT is working hard at making this simply the best LEGO game ever with all new gameplay and features never before seen in a [[LEGO]] game.”
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==Differences from the Episodes==
 
==Differences from the Episodes==
 
*During the game Anakin Skywalker has black eyes with pupils, but in the animated series he has blue eyes.
 
*During the game Anakin Skywalker has black eyes with pupils, but in the animated series he has blue eyes.
*During the prologue, Anakin hasn't got his padawan hairstyle, but he has got hairstyle that appeared in Clone Wars and Episode III.
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*During the prologue, Anakin hasn't got his padawan hairstyle (minus his braid in his torso decal), but he has got his hairstyle that appeared in Clone Wars and Episode III.
 
*In the prologue, Mace Windu, Anakin and Obi-Wan play with Jango Fett's head before Boba Fett gets it.
 
*In the prologue, Mace Windu, Anakin and Obi-Wan play with Jango Fett's head before Boba Fett gets it.
 
*In the prologue, Boba Fett has brown hair and white shirt with red sleeves. In the movie, Boba Fett has black hair and blue shirt with violet sleeves.
 
*In the prologue, Boba Fett has brown hair and white shirt with red sleeves. In the movie, Boba Fett has black hair and blue shirt with violet sleeves.
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[[Defenders of Peace]] (only on PC and console versions)
 
[[Defenders of Peace]] (only on PC and console versions)
 
*Characters: [[Anakin Skywalker/Legends|Anakin Skywalker]], [[Ahsoka Tano/Legends|Ahsoka Tano]], [[Aayla Secura/Legends|Aayla Secura]], [[Wag Too/Legends|Wag Too]], [[CC-5052/Legends|Commander Bly]]
 
*Characters: [[Anakin Skywalker/Legends|Anakin Skywalker]], [[Ahsoka Tano/Legends|Ahsoka Tano]], [[Aayla Secura/Legends|Aayla Secura]], [[Wag Too/Legends|Wag Too]], [[CC-5052/Legends|Commander Bly]]
*Mounts: [[AV-7 Antivehicle Cannon]], [[All Terrain Recon Transport/Legends|AT-RT]], [[BARC Speeder]]
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*Mounts: [[AV-7 Antivehicle Cannon]], [[All Terrain Recon Transport/Legends|AT-RT]], [[BARC speeder/Legends|BARC Speeder]]
   
 
[[Weapons Factory]]
 
[[Weapons Factory]]
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***[[Rugosa giant beetle]] {{1st}}
 
***[[Rugosa giant beetle]] {{1st}}
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*[[Krayt dragon/Legends|Krayt Dragon]]
 
*[[Neebray/Legends|Neebray]]
 
*[[Neebray/Legends|Neebray]]
 
*[[Nexu/Legends|Nexu]]
 
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*[[Zillo Beast/Legends|Zillo Beast]]
 
*[[Zillo Beast/Legends|Zillo Beast]]
 
*[[Zombie/Legends|Zombie]]
 
*[[Zombie/Legends|Zombie]]
 
 
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***[[R4-series agromech droid]]
 
***[[R4-series agromech droid]]
 
*[[Battle droid/Legends|Battle droid]]
 
*[[Battle droid/Legends|Battle droid]]
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**[[3PO-series protocol droid]]
 
**[[3PO-series protocol droid]]
 
*[[T-series tactical droid/Legends|T-series tactical droid]]
 
*[[T-series tactical droid/Legends|T-series tactical droid]]
 
 
|events=
 
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*[[Clone Wars/Legends|Clone Wars]]
 
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**[[Battle of Malastare/Legends|Battle of Malastare]]
 
**[[Battle of Malastare/Legends|Battle of Malastare]]
 
**[[Senate hostage crisis/Legends|Senate hostage crisis]]
 
**[[Senate hostage crisis/Legends|Senate hostage crisis]]
 
 
|locations=
 
|locations=
 
*[[Geonosis/Legends|Geonosis]]
 
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*[[Resolute/Legends|''Resolute'']]
 
*[[Resolute/Legends|''Resolute'']]
 
*[[Invisible Hand/Legends|Invisible Hand]]
 
*[[Invisible Hand/Legends|Invisible Hand]]
 
 
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|organizations=
 
*[[Confederacy of Independent Systems/Legends|Confederacy of Independent Systems]]
 
*[[Confederacy of Independent Systems/Legends|Confederacy of Independent Systems]]
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**[[Jedi Knight/Legends|Jedi Knight]]
 
**[[Jedi Knight/Legends|Jedi Knight]]
 
**[[Jedi Master/Legends|Jedi Master]]
 
**[[Jedi Master/Legends|Jedi Master]]
 
 
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*[[Cerean/Legends|Cerean]]
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*[[Zabrak/Legends|Zabrak]]
 
*[[Zabrak/Legends|Zabrak]]
 
 
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*[[Invisible Hand/Legends|''Invisible Hand'']]
 
*[[Invisible Hand/Legends|''Invisible Hand'']]
 
*[[J-1 semi-autonomous proton cannon]]
 
*[[J-1 semi-autonomous proton cannon]]
 
 
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|technology=
 
*[[Darth Vader's armor]]
 
*[[Darth Vader's armor]]
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*[[Phase I clone trooper armor/Legends|Phase I clone trooper armor]]
 
*[[Phase I clone trooper armor/Legends|Phase I clone trooper armor]]
 
*[[Rangefinder/Legends|Rangefinder]]
 
*[[Rangefinder/Legends|Rangefinder]]
 
 
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*[[Jaig eyes]]
 
*[[Jaig eyes]]

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LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars is a non-canon video game set in the Star Wars galaxy. It was announced on February 8th, 2010. It was developed by Traveller's Tales and was published by LucasArts. It is the third game in the LEGO Star Wars video game series (following the releases of LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game and LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy) and depicts the events of the The Clone Wars animated series. It is available for the Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Wii, Windows PC, Mac, and Xbox 360.[3] It was released on March 22, 2011.[2] The macOS version, published by Feral Interactive, was released on October 27, 2011.[4]

Press release

LEGO Star Wars III

Solicitation cover

The second to latest chapter in the award-winning LEGO Star Wars videogame franchise, LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars combines the best elements of all previous LEGO games while adding brand new gameplay to make it the most action-packed LEGO videogame to date. Developed by the same team at Traveller's Tales that created the critically acclaimed LEGO Star Wars and LEGO Indiana Jones series, the game was released on the Wii, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, PS3, PSP, Xbox 360, and Windows on March 22, 2011.

“LucasArts continues to set the bar for next-generation family entertainment,” said Darrell Rodriguez, president of LucasArts. “The LEGO Star Wars franchise is a massive hit with fans, bringing in sales of over 20 million units worldwide. We're thrilled to extend this experience to LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars, delivering the humor and fun players expect from this award winning franchise.”

“LucasArts is an amazing partner, and working with them on the next iteration of the LEGO Star Wars series continues to be a great experience,” said Tom Stone, director at TT Games. “The team at TT is working hard at making this simply the best LEGO game ever with all new gameplay and features never before seen in a LEGO game.”

LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars includes all the characters from the first two seasons of the hugely popular animated television series, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, as well as some fan-favorite characters from the beloved theatrical Star Wars Saga. The game features brand new battle modes, giving players unique, head-to-head combat and an upgraded level builder, allowing the creation of customized bases and in-game battlefields. Play either as a Jedi or Separatist with all-new character abilities, such as Squad command, Lightsaber slicing, Lightsaber jumps, long distance Jedi attacks and Grapple Tie-Ups, all within a new, easy-to-navigate hub.

Differences from the Episodes

  • During the game Anakin Skywalker has black eyes with pupils, but in the animated series he has blue eyes.
  • During the prologue, Anakin hasn't got his padawan hairstyle (minus his braid in his torso decal), but he has got his hairstyle that appeared in Clone Wars and Episode III.
  • In the prologue, Mace Windu, Anakin and Obi-Wan play with Jango Fett's head before Boba Fett gets it.
  • In the prologue, Boba Fett has brown hair and white shirt with red sleeves. In the movie, Boba Fett has black hair and blue shirt with violet sleeves.
  • In the prologue, Mace Windu is eating an ice cream and beats off energetic shells with a lightsaber; then Jango Fett switches on his flamethrower, so the ice cream melts. That scene wasn't actually in the movie.

Levels

PROLOGUE (only on PC and Console Versions) Geonosis Arena

ASAJJ VENTRESS

The Hidden Enemy

Ambush

Blue Shadow Virus

Storm Over Ryloth

Innocents of Ryloth (only on PC and console versions)

Liberty on Ryloth

COUNT DOOKU

Battle of Geonosis (only on PC and Console Versions)

The Gungan General

Jedi Crash

Defenders of Peace (only on PC and console versions)

Weapons Factory

Legacy of Terror

GENERAL GRIEVOUS

Duel of the Droids

Shadow of Malevolence (only on PC and Console Versions)

Destroy Malevolence

Lair of Grievous

Rookies

Grievous Intrigue (only on PC and Console Versions)

EPILOGUE (only on PC and Console Versions)

The Zillo Beast

SEPARATIST MISSIONS (only on PC and Console Versions)

Hostage Crisis

Castle of Doom (only on PC and Console Versions)

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Weapons and technology

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