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If you haven't played Star Wars: Yoda Stories or want to try this action video game, download it now for free! Published in 1997 by LucasArts Entertainment Company LLC, Star Wars: Yoda Stories was an above-average puzzle elements title in its time. DK's Star Wars Readers help kids learn to read while enjoying the stories and characters from the blockbuster movies. Yoda, the legendary Jedi Master, is the focus of this exciting Level 3 DK Reader. Inside, rich vocabulary and challenging sentence structure, as well as an alphabetical glossary and comprehensive index, will help fans learn more about the most wise and mysterious Jedi Master of. Released on the PC in 1997, Star Wars: Yoda Stories was one of many games to come out of Lucasarts during its weird phase, between its hits of the 1990's and its hits of the early 2000's, when it.

Available Platform: DOS

Star Wars: Rebel Assault is a flight shooter based in the Star Wars universe and was developed and published by LucasArts in 1993 for Mac and DOS.

Year1993
GenreAction
Rating

83/100 based on 9 Editorial reviews. Add your vote

PublisherLucasArts
DeveloperLucasArts
OS supportedWin7 64 bit, Win8 64bit, Windows 10, MacOS 10.6+
Updated22 October 2019

Game Review

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Star Wars: Rebel Assault is a flight shooter based in the Star Wars universe and was developed and published by LucasArts in 1993 for Mac and DOS.

The game renders actual footage and uses music from the movies. This is one of the oldest PC games to make use of full speech and FMV. Taking control of Rookie One (male or female) you play your way through a version of the original Star Wars trilogy, including levels like The Battle of Hoth (The Empire Strikes Back) or The Death Star Battle (New Hope). You will engage in these battles, but not before completing your basic training. You get the chance to fly four of the Star Wars flight craft: A-Wings, X-Wings, Snowspeeders, and Skyhoppers. Missions in the game vary from precision flying through asteroid fields and caverns to flight and foot battles with the enemy. Flying vehicles is done from three different angles, First Person, Third Person, and Bird’s-Eye view. First Person sequences are more about shooting accuracy than the other types. Foot battles takes place from a fixed location with your character able to strafe side to side to avoid enemy fire.

The game got decent reviews upon its release, though they have gotten a little more mixed since then due to control issues. Regardless, Rebel Assault has won multiple awards over the years since its release. Die hard Star Wars fans will love to relive the nostalgic game that started a genre.

This is a playable demo, follow the Buy link to purchase the full version.

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Star Wars: Yoda Stories
Developer(s)LucasArts
Publisher(s)LucasArts
Director(s)Hal Barwood
Designer(s)Hal Barwood
Mark Crowley
Programmer(s)Mark Crowley
Writer(s)Hal Barwood
Platform(s)Game Boy Color, Microsoft Windows
ReleaseMarch 12, 1997 (Windows)[1][2]
December 1999 (Game Boy)[3]
Genre(s)Adventure
Mode(s)Single-player

Star Wars Yoda Stories Download

Star Wars: Yoda Stories is a 1997 adventurevideo game based on the Star Wars franchise developed by LucasArts. It was preceded by Indiana Jones and His Desktop Adventures. In the Star Wars timeline, Yoda Stories is placed between The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi, and follows Luke Skywalker as he is completing his training with Jedi Master Yoda.

Gameplay[edit]

Levels in the game are procedurally generated. Yoda Stories has no central plot or definitive goal—it is a collection of games where the player, controlling Luke Skywalker, has to complete an objective like rescuing someone, obtaining an object, etc. Each game starts with Luke arriving at Dagobah in an X-wing. If the player is still a rookie, R2-D2 can be picked up, and dropped anytime for hints. After being found, Yoda gives Luke an assignment and an objective that Luke will be required to complete. Each game world is composed of 100 screens, but the number of active screens can be set in the options menu. To progress in the game, the player must make errands, such as finding a key or an object, until they reach the final puzzle.

The Game Boy Color version was released in 1999. Like the computer version, the gameplay is a number of simple quests, and the game contains fifteen levels. The graphics are not as detailed or colorful compared to the computer game due to the limitations of the Game Boy Color hardware, and controlling the main character is more difficult and less fluid in this version due to the lack of a mouse. With a score of 2.0/10, Yoda Stories holds IGN's lowest-ever review rating for a Game Boy Color game, alongside Tarantula Studios' Evel Knievel (1999).[4]Computer Gaming World gave the Windows version of the game a 1-star score[5].

References[edit]

  1. ^LucasArts Entertainment Company 20th Anniversary
  2. ^'News for March 12, 1997'. Online Gaming Review. March 12, 1997. Archived from the original on December 4, 2000. Retrieved May 4, 2020.
    'March 12, 1997: 'Lucasarts' Yoda Stories [.. is now available in stores].'
  3. ^'dmg_games.pdf'(PDF). Nintendo. Archived from the original on April 2, 2016. Retrieved August 6, 2016.CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link)
  4. ^http://www.ign.com/articles/2008/10/31/worst-reviewed-nintendo-console-games
  5. ^Coffey, Robert (July 1997). 'The Empire Strikes Out'. Computer Gaming World (156): 190.

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