LEGO® Star Wars™: TCS Cheats

LEGO® Star Wars™: TCS Hack 2.2.0 + Redeem Codes

Developer: Warner Bros.
Category: Games
Price: Free
Version: 2.2.0
ID: com.wb.LEGOStarWars


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LEGO® Star Wars™: The Complete Saga is available on iOS for the first time!

***Episode I Story Mode is FREE for a limited time.***

**Episodes II – VI and other content available via in-app purchases.**

Experience the entire collection that combines the original LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game and the sequel LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy for hours of epic Star Wars content and fun gameplay all from your iOS device! Begin your adventure in Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace and journey through all six episodes in the whimsical style and humor of LEGO. May the bricks be with you!

This game is filled with content! You’ll need 1.44gb of available space on your device if you install over wifi, but only 735mb of space if you download on your computer and then sync.

As with many large app installations, we advise that you restart your device after installing as this will resolve some stability issues. Also make sure you have installed the most recent firmware.

When re-installing the App, please select ‘Restore All Purchases’ from the main menu and allow a few moments to ensure your purchases have become active.

This is a high memory usage app. If you have performance issues, try closing down background apps or restarting the device.



From the Trade Federation’s “negotiations” with Obi-Wan Kenobi and Qui-Gon Jinn in The Phantom Menace to the space battle above Endor in Return of the Jedi, play the most memorable and exhilarating scenes from your favorite episodes. Also unlock special bonus content featuring Bounty Hunter missions, a special Challenge Mode, Arcade Levels, and more!


Play as your favorite Jedi Knight or Sith Lord! There are over 120 playable characters to unlock, including Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader, Han Solo, and Boba Fett.


Which side of the Force will you use? Both dark and light side characters have their own unique Force abilities. Will you use a Force Throw to defeat the Jedi or choose your Lightsaber and Force Push to take down the evil Empire?


Smash objects into LEGO bricks and switch characters on the fly as you play through different story levels. Create your own Star Wars character mash-ups like Han Windu and Lando Amidala!


Switch between “Classic” and “Touch Screen” controls to find the play-style that suits you best.

If you enjoy LEGO games, be sure to check out LEGO Batman: DC Super Heroes, LEGO The Lord of the Rings, LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 and Years 5-7, and LEGO Friends.

Version history

1) General improvements;
2) Updated Privacy Policy/Terms of Service.
1) Added support for iOS 14.2
1. Added support for new iOS versions and new devices
2. Updated Gamecenter and enabled Achievements
3. Improved muting game music if any external application is playing music
4. Improved video playback on iPads and iPhones
Additional bug fixes to enhance user experience.
Additional bug fixes to enhance user experience.
Bug fixes and optimizations to bring you an even better experience.
Bug fixes and optimizations for iOS8.
Optimizations made.
We’ve made some changes and addressed issues to improve the user experience with the latest update!

- Retina display support now includes the iPad 4, iPhone 4S, and iPod touch 5G
- The Cantina shop, character customizer, and mini kit viewer are now free to access
- Support for most branded iOS controllers have been added and existing controls have been improved
- 20 new achievements have been added to Game Center
- Hints can now be toggled on/off in the Pause Menu
- We’ve made things easier, like interacting with the hint icon, achieving True Jedi bars for the Original Pod Race, Gunship Cavalry, and Battle Over Coruscant levels, controls for the Hoth Battle, and more
- Most common sound/audio issues and other general gameplay bugs have been fixed
We used the Force to address some graphical issues and make gameplay fixes!

- Retina display support included for the iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5S, iPad Mini Retina & iPad Air, plus major image quality improvements for the iPad 3 and iPad 4.
- A "select controls" screen has been added when starting a new game. Remember that the controls can also be changed at any time using the pause menu.
- Episode 1, Chapter 4 - the final lap in the Mos Espa Pod Race is easier now.

Thanks for playing and may the bricks be with you!

Cheat Codes for In-App Purchases

Item Price iPhone/iPad Android
The Complete Game
(Unlocks all the Episodes, Bonus Levels, Bounty Hunter Levels, Arcade Mode and Challenge Mode. Plus the Jedi, Empire and all Bonus Unlock characters.)
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Prequel Trilogy Bundle
(Unlocks Episodes II, III)
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Empire Character Pack (The Emperor)
(Unlocks Count Dooku, Grievous' Bodyguard, General Grievous, Anakin Skywalker (Dark Side), Imperial Spy, TIE Fighter Pilot, Grand Moff Tarkin, Imperial Guard, The Emperor and R2-Q5 for use in Free Play mode.)
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Arcade Pack (Super Battle Droid)
(Unlocks 12 Arcade Mode levels with Battle Enemies, Collect Studs and Stud Hunt modes. Bonus Unlock Character: Super Battle Droid.)
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Episode II Pack (Dexter)
(Unlocks Episode II - Attack of the Clones. Bonus unlock character: Dexter.)
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Original Trilogy Bundle
(Unlocks Episodes IV, V & VI plus all the bonus unlock characters for these episodes.)
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Bounty Hunter Pack (Bib Fortuna)
(Unlocks 20 Bounty Hunter missions. Bonus character unlocks: Bib Fortuna and a gang of Bounty Hunters including Jango Fett and Boba Fett.)
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Episode III Pack (Wookiee )
(Unlocks Episode III - Revenge of the Sith. Bonus Character Unlock: Wookiee.)
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Bonus Pack (Boss Nass)
(Unlock 6 Bonus Levels; Pod Race (Original), Anakin’s Flight, Gunship Cavalry (Original), A New Hope, LEGO City and New Town. Bonus unlock character: Boss Nass.)
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Jedi Pack (Shaak Ti)
(Unlocks Luminara, Ki-Adi Mundi, Kit Fisto, Shaak Ti, Aayla Secura, Plo Koon, Mace Windu, Ben Kenobi (Ghost), Anakin Skywalker (Ghost) and Yoda (Ghost) for use in Free Play mode.)
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4.2 out of 5
25.9K Ratings


Best LEGO Video Game On Mobile To Date
I really loved this game as a kid (I played LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy) and never played the first one. I’m glad I could play it, but was disappointed that I couldn’t play the other episodes without paying extra for them, so I was stuck with Episode I, while still waiting for the other two LEGO Star Wars games to become backwards compatible on Xbox One (if they ever will). What makes this app so great is that it’s the actual game, nothing was changed from the console version and wasn’t scaled down to the Nintendo DS version with mobile controls (like all of them now). I HATE those games because I expected them to be just as great as this one, but I scroll through the mobile LEGO games and they’re all just the Nintendo DS games with mobile controls. This game is what keeps me from ending it all with me and mobile LEGO games. So I wanted to write this review to tell LEGO, good job, but for the future, PLEASE make those games on mobile just as good as this one is and was, because I know that you guys can do much better than what you’re putting out there. Thanks!
the greatest video game ever comes to iOS
LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga on the Wii is, in my opinion, the absolute best video game ever created. Maybe it’s just nostalgia, but I love this game. The cantina brawls, the highly destructible levels, the Yoda force ghost character that cost like a billion studs... It’s simply and totally a masterpiece. The levels know when to flood the room with enemies and when to hold up and let you solve the puzzle. The combat is so fluid and fun, the way Han Solo spins around like a freaking secret agent dodging bullets and answering with shots of his own, the lightsaber parrying, the way you can double jump with the Jedi characters and ram your lightsaber into the ground. TT Games surely had fun hiding little comedic details in the levels, like the stormtroopers wearing bathing suits or the way that the stormtrooper helmet doesn’t quite fit on Chewbacca’s head. The cutscenes somehow convey so much emotion without even uttering a word of dialogue. The stud-collecting, the LEGO building, and the interacting with the level with the Force. It is extremely fun and definitely the best way to experience the Star Wars saga.

Unfortunately, this iOS port’s controls are slightly sub-par, and the only way you can unlock half of the playable characters is by paying $7.99, but other than that. This is an absolute masterpiece. I recommend it on every level.
rsta chido,
Amazing game
Even tho the controls are tiny i could adjust where the buttons for actions such as attacking are so that made me re think the controls and not bad but j wish you could make them bigger i cant tell you how many times i want to jump but i missed the button the. For those people who want the game to be free no just no did you get the entire game for free on Xbox Ds or whatever? No you didn't and this game lets you play a phantom menace or chapter one for free and its only 6USD so stop complaining get your money out if you want to play the entire game and its got no micro purchases beside the levels and two characters so stop complaining how do you think this game makes money it doesn't even have ads THANKFULLY it would’ve been a lot worse with ads and about the levels being easy i can tell that review was made by a 10 year old who cant afford to purchase something thats 6 bucks cause he couldn't afford the entire story and only plays a phantom menace that game is hard kid when you get into the other levels and the bonuses but you wouldn't know that cause you have only played a phantom menace but over all amazing game 5/5 would’ve made it a 4 if you couldn't adjust the controls but you can so amazing game great job
A great classic
Now where do I begin yes you have to pay for the full game which I don’t mind the controls are decent it depends on you’re device and rendering speeds but it is compatible with controllers which is great I use an old PS4 controller and it’s smooth
It’s a great way to play the LSWTCS on the go whenever and wherever you choose and of course you can pair you’re phone with you’re smart tv if you’d like to play it on a larger screen I do own The complete saga for the original PS3 but I don’t even bother taking it out of storage anymore regardless of as sad as that may be it’s a hassle especially when you have a computer and 2 other game systems connected and a TV lamp and home theater set up that’s a lot of wires this is quite a faithful rendition of the game and you won’t be disappointed and is definitely one of the best lego games and mobile Star Wars games and not forgetting The KOTOR series and don’t seriously don’t waste you’re time playing Star Wars galaxy of hero’s it’s a pay to win waste of time and guess what Anakin is a weak character in that game now it’s unbalanced it’s characters are flawed and it’s a terrible RPG play this game instead oh and the Jedi knight series and Star Wars the old republic series it’s a better RPG
Yet another game similar to Clash Royale but with one major flaw.. MATCHMAKING!! Matchmaking is so horrendous that it makes the game almost unplayable. I currently have 1485 trophies on light side and 1326 on dark. The so called random match always seems to pick my light side and it puts me up against someone that has 1700+ trophies. It’s the exact same when and if I ever get to play the dark side. I am always pitted against someone with way more trophies which usually intel's they have better card choices at a higher level than I. The one major flaw with Apple Arcade games is developers release these games and that’s all. You either like the game and continue playing or like me you have issues with the game and they are never fixed because the developers couldn’t be bothered with reading a review. Now I can’t say this for smaller developers as they usually work harder to gain the players trust thus give the players feedback on their issues. Larger developers well lets just say it’s hit and miss. As for Lego Star Wars it’s more miss than hit and that’s a crying shame considering Star Wars was a beloved franchise. There are no in app purchases in this game so getting really great cards is all luck. I for one must have the worst luck as I still only have majority of the starting characters.
Just wanna say
Ok, people are so ungrateful, like bruh you though you would get this game for free they litterly gave you the whole first episode for free to play to try out, yes you have to pay for it but it's so worth it man now that I got that out of the way let's talk about the game shall we? this game is very well optimized running 60 frames constantly even on a iPod. Very worth the $7 dollars you're paying for. Most legendary lego game bringing lots of nostalgia to returning players and fun to new ones. Graphics wise, this game was made in the 2000s so it's not gonna look like recent lego game but the devs basically polished the graphics which is nice, no cheat codes btw, for anyone who's asking. You can play with a ps4 and Xbox one controller (if you don't like the touch controls or prefer it) but the controls are very simple and very nice but if you want to connect a controller you can via Bluetooth with iOS 13 and up devices. They're still updating support on this game(which is nice) so it's not an abandoned game(just a bonus I guess) but that's all I gotta say.
Jedi Knight Calv,
Controls are Trash
This game is pretty good, and exactly what I was looking for: an old Xbox game on my phone. It’s fairly true to that idea. However, the controls are garbage - total garbage. In a game like this one wherein certain platforming elements are necessary to complete in order to beat levels, precise controls are necessary. And this game doesn’t have them.

I will sit down to play and get so mad about the controls that I pray for the level I’m playing to end as soon as possible. The ‘touch controls’ are not intuitive and the ‘classic controls’ buttons are so small, you have to be a 5 year old to play with any precision on the phone. Please make the buttons bigger, or make it so that we can adjust their size. Do something so that there can be precision with the controls!

Other than the abysmal control scheme, this game is great. It kills time and take you back to simper times. I don’t really mind having to pay for the content as I think it’s worth rewarding the folks who completed the port. However, I will not spend a dime more until the controls are fixed. I play games to relax, not to be angered!
Much Better Than You May Think
- Controller Support
- Episode I is free to start
- 40 extra gold bricks (12 obtainable in new arcade mode)
- 20 Achievements
- New Price Balancing (Prices of stud multipliers made lower and more fair)
- Yoda improved (Yoda always running at fastest speed and can now use crawl chutes)
- Handful of characters unlocked for free with the purchase of the game, including every character you need for freeplay available immediately, allowing you to 100% levels at any point after completing them
- All 6 bonus levels available immediately with purchase of the game
- Updated for modern phones, enabling use of a wide array of aspect ratios that the original did not support

Cons (Although Debatable):
- Numerous difficulty nerfs made for the casual pleb mobile audience (2-3 hits can be absorbed before losing 1 heart, no studs lost on falls, fewer studs lost on death, etc., although this can make challenge mode less frustrating)
- Missing 32 achievements from the Xbox 360/PS3 version
- No Multiplayer
- No Super Story mode
- Removed Indiana Jones character (although he has been replaced by “Anakin (Dark Side)” which was scrapped from the original)
- Some reported incidents of touch screen controls being too small on certain devices

It’s never too late for them to port LEGO Indiana Jones and LEGO Batman to mobile. Those two can most definitely work on mobile devices and there’s currently a great opportunity for both of them to be released now.
Attack of the Quality of Life Improvements, with suggestions.
My only gripe about this game is that Indy is missing from the roster and is replaced by Dark Side Anakin. Other than that, this has quality of life improvements that the Wii version doesn’t have. While it doesn’t have the motion control perks, it has support for MFI, PS4, and Xbox One Bluetooth controllers (which is a feature that isn’t hinted at). Another improvement is that I noticed my studs don’t spill when I lose all my health/fall down a pit. One last improvement that I know of is that I don’t lose my progress on build piles when I get hurt and continue building. About the game, it’s a perfect Star Wars film adaptation for children. I would like it if it had modification support, a menu for it, video/graphics settings, playable Indy character, and ports of LEGO Indiana Jones: the Original Adventures and LEGO Batman: the Videogame. Also, I kinda like how they updated the intro company and legal text to include Disney.
HaZey Hendrix,
Loved the game then and now, but...
So I remember playing this game after school with my friend on the PS3, and I remember us grinding to get 100%. The fact that they have the cutscenes and gameplay graphics from the home consoles on mobile, while maintaining similar (if not better) quality, ever since it was released in 2007, is amazing. There are only 2 downsides to this game that didn’t make my review 5 stars. One, the movement controls. For some reason, whenever I release my finger off of the D-pad, theres seems to either be a bit of drift or an input delay. Two, buying the rest of the game. So after I finished playing Episode 1, I’m getting ready for episode 2, but the thing is as I head to the door, I need to spend either $2, $3, or $7 to unlock the rest of the game. Why couldn’t I just spend the $7 before the game is installed on my phone? And why have the in-app purchases be towards the rest of the game, couldn’t the in-app purchases have been something that gave you more studs so that you could purchase new characters and vehicles? That concept just doesn’t make sense to me.