Every Star Wars fan knows the phrase "May the force be with you". The origin of the date of Star Wars Day is also based upon this phrase: May the 4th. We want to take this day as an opportunity to present the whole range of Star Wars games we offer to you and tell you how you can become the most powerful Jedi in the galaxy with the help of PLITCH. There is even another reason to celebrate because on May the 4th our cheats for the following titles are free: Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, and Star Wars: Battlefront II.

 

1. Lego Games

It's hard to believe that it's been this long since developer Traveller's Tales brought Lego Star Wars - The Complete Saga to our screens. Since 2007, we have been able to play Lego Star Wars from 2005 and Lego Star Wars II from 2006 in one go within a handy bundle.


Lego Star Wars - The Complete Saga

From the first Episode - The Dark Menace - to Episode VI Return of the Jedi, all the highlights of the prequel and the original trilogy can be relived in typical Lego style, including their unique humor.

Fortunately, the graphics don't mirror the game's age thanks to the timeless Lego look. The gameplay, which mainly consists of combat and pretty easy puzzles, is also still a lot of fun today. The game has an E 10+ rating, probably because younger children may have a too hard time solving the puzzles.

Thanks to PLITCH's cheat codes, you have the possibility to skip annoying grinding and spawn as many mission-stones as you want right away. It is also possible to switch to Godmode and become invincible. Once the mode is activated, not even Yoda would stand a chance against you.

Four years after its release, Lego Star Wars entered its next stage with The Clone Wars. The game was received just as well by the trade press as the complete saga before it, but in the memory of us fans, the game from 2011 will always hold a special place.


Lego Star Wars III - The Clone Wars

Not only did it finally include challenging boss fights, but you could also switch battlefields in team mode, allowing you to work on multi-part objectives. Co-op mode already existed in the two previous games, but in Lego Star Wars III it was developed further and brought to perfection.

Like its predecessor, The Clone Wars is suitable for children from the age of 10. Again, the gameplay is dominated by combat and easy-to-solve puzzles.

This time, however, there are also some real-time strategy elements. For example, you'll have to move ground troops wisely to win the battle. After all, this time everything revolves around the Clone Wars. These took place after Episode II and during Episode III. Besides spawning mission-stones, you can also activate the super-detector in addition to Godmode thanks to the PLITCH cheats.

With the new movie trilogy, Star Wars games had to continue, of course. After all, us fans don't just want to see the adventures of Rey and Finn, we also want to play them. With Lego Star Wars - The Force Awakens from 2016, we can do just that.


Lego Star Wars - The Force Awakens

Similar to the previous Lego Star Wars games, it is appropriate for children from the age of 10. In the UK, it is recommended for children from the age of 7. The voice acting in this game is brilliant which makes it an absolute highlight.

Another highlight is the variety of PLITCH cheats. In this game you can not only unlock the same as in parts 1 to 3, but we give you the possibility to freeze your combo at 10, stop the challenge timer, have infinite Super Attack or apply the Godmode not only to yourself but also to your spaceship.

By the way, the graphics have also improved considerably. Although we're still dealing with the typical Lego look in The Force Awakens, the resolution is much higher and the world has more details. Furthermore, the blocks have a special edge smoothing so that there's no “staircase effect” like in the predecessors, but faces look really round.

Despite the considerable improvements, there was obviously still a lot of room for progress. This year, Traveller's Tales has combined all nine episodes into one brilliant content monster for the first time with the game Lego Star Wars - The Skywalker Saga.

Every iconic scene from every movie can now be reenacted. Even though levels can't be selected individually, so you'll always have to play several in a row if you want to get to a certain point, we're not upset about that. After all, it gives us a chance to stay in the game even longer.

Unlike The Force Awakens, The Skywalker Saga has a PEGI rating of 7. By the way, the core gameplay has been reworked and is now easier and more dynamic. Of course, it still mainly consists of smashing imperial troops, but the arcade-like has now given way to a basic complexity. This has made it interesting not only for casual players.

You're probably wondering whether PLITCH has something in store for this latest Star Wars installment. The answer is, of course, yes. Both your health and the amount of your in-game currency as well as the enemy AI can be influenced with our codes. Godmode is also available again.

 

2. Action/Adventure

When you think of Star Wars, you think of lightsaber fights, laser fire and battles between the Rebellion and the Empire. And what better way to "soften" that than with an action or adventure game? Star Wars: Battlefront 2, which was released in 2017, even has a very special twist.

In the game's single-player campaign, you are not one of the good guys, but fight as an Imperial. In multiplayer, however, both factions are available to you. But as Sheldon Cooper correctly pointed out in The Big Bang Theory: The Empire is simply much more interesting and - there's no other word for it – way cooler.

The game, of course, builds on 2015's Battlefront and takes place right after the destruction of the second Death Star. Hence it portrays the fall of the Empire and you're right in the midst of it. Don't get confused, though. There was a Battlefront series back in the early 2000s. But that one was considerably more strategic. The 2015 and 2017 games take a more action-packed approach.

In the US, the game is recommended for teens from the age of 13. In other countries, however, it is rated 16+. After all, the battles are quite intense. With the cheats from PLITCH, you can set a Godmode for you and your TIE-Fighter or set the cooldown of your normal or Jedi abilities to zero.

Two years after Battlefront II, Star Wars fans could once again be excited about a new game. In Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, we can shred our way through an extensive and complex solo campaign with awesome lightsaber fights, which is visually just terrific. The graphics are phenomenal and the battles are actually really challenging.

In addition, the feature of being able to travel planet by planet with your own crew creates a homey atmosphere. Due to the gloomy atmosphere (see Order 66), it received a PEGI 16 age rating.

Since the level of difficulty can unfortunately ruin the gaming experience, especially in boss fights, we offer you useful codes. For example, you can add skill points and lightsaber energy or simply switch to Godmode and knock down everything that crosses your path. Or you can just refill your Force. Whatever floats your boat.

For VR enthusiasts, the long-awaited game came in 2020. Star Wars: Squadrons is a virtual reality highlight like no other. The crisp fights that you’ll have with enemy TIE fighters, TIE hunters or TIE bombers guarantee endless fun.

However, VR is not a must. You can also play it on your screen or TV. Then it is less immersive than VR, but still a fascinating space simulation. Compared to other Star Wars games, it's not arcade-like, but authentic (if you can even use that word for a sci-fi game).

PLITCH gives you the option to switch to Godmode at any time or utilize unlimited shields if things get too tough. Since there's one thing you have to be prepared for in Star Wars: Squadrons - the enemy pilots will make it anything but easy for you. By the way, the game is rated by PEGI at 12 years of age and above, and we think that the rating is quite appropriate.

 

3. Simulation/Strategy

Let's move on to the games for the tacticians among us. At the end of the day, Star Wars is more than just mindless shooting. No battle can be won without virtuoso strategists. And in the following games, YOU are the strategist.

In 1998, Star Wars Rebellion - A Tale of Rebellion gave us the complete freedom to take over enemy planetary systems with the troops we built ourselves. While the game was not well received by critics at the time, it nevertheless set the base for Star Wars real-time strategy. Every aspiring Jedi from the age of 6 was able to gain their first tactical experience.


Star Wars Rebellion

The accompanying PLITCH codes allow you to add or reset raw materials and refined materials. This way you can make the admittedly quite demanding game a bit easier and more accessible.

However, the real fun began eleven years later. With the 2009 Star Wars - Empire at War, the Star Wars real-time strategy genre was finally received positively by the trade press. And for good reason!

Empire at War, which is suitable for children from the age of 12, impresses with both its technical and gameplay aspects. Not only does it look fantastic for a game of its age, it also offers a lot of game modes like battles, instant missions, the galaxy conquest or the normal campaign. The latter also has a lot to offer.

Just as for every other game on this list, we offer useful cheats for Empire at War, so that your troops don't go down in the battles. Not only can you get your wallet to burst with additional Credits, but you can also get unlimited shield power in space or Godmode.

 

4. RPG

Let's move on to the supreme discipline in gaming, the role-playing game. There are great RPGs in the Star Wars universe and on the occasion of Star Wars Day 2022 we want to introduce the coolest ones to you.

Let's start with Star Wars Jedi Knight II - Jedi Outcast from 2002. Although the FMVs (Full Motion Video Sequences) of its predecessors have been omitted, we can engage in fast and cool lightsaber battles from the third-person perspective in impressive 3D graphics.


 Star Wars Jedi Knight II - Jedi Outcast 

The game has a “teen” rating and is thus less brutal than its two predecessors. Nevertheless, it is hard as hell. That's why our cheats offer you the possibility to be invulnerable, have infinite ammunition or enjoy other advantages that will make you feel like a real Jedi whom nothing can harm.

A year later - in 2003 - Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy was released, and although nobody expected it, it turned out to be even better than its predecessor. Again, it has a “teen” rating and the fights are once again pretty massive, but not as unnecessarily excessive as in Dark Forces.


Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy

The Force abilities have to be learned from scratch this time and the gameplay is less clunky than in Jedi Outcast. Not much has changed graphic-wise, but that wasn't necessary considering the brilliance of the predecessor.

Your gaming experience can be even more pleasant with the cheats here on PLITCH, by the way - infinite shield, infinite Force, Godmode. What more could you need?

A Star Wars game from the makers of Baldur's Gate and Dragon Age, you say? No problem, here it is: The 2003 Star Wars - Knights of the Old Republic combines the strengths of developer Bioware with the Star Wars universe.


Star Wars - Knights of the Old Republic

It's incredibly hard for us not to reveal too much about the game right now (in case you haven't played it yet), but the plot twist about halfway through the campaign blew us away so much that we felt positively reminded of movies such as Shutter Island or The Sixth Sense.

This role-playing game is suitable for teens who are at least 13 years old and it doesn't retell a well-known Star Wars episode. Instead, it has an original and, as already mentioned, phenomenal story to offer where even your own decisions play a role. KOTOR (as it's called by fans) is getting a remake soon, by the way. How exciting!

But such a gem doesn't just need a remake, of course, but also a worthy successor. And that's what it got at the turn of the year from 2004 to 2005. Star Wars - Knights of the Old Republic 2: The Sith Lords, or KOTOR 2 for short, stepped up its game in terms of graphics and still looks great today.


Star Wars - Knights of the Old Republic 2: The Sith Lords

You can make both the first and the second part of KOTOR a lot easier with the help of PLITCH. Improve your abilities and attributes at the click of a button or make yourself immortal like Darth Plagueis in the old Sith saga. The only difference is that you'll actually succeed and won't be murdered in your sleep by your apprentice.

By the way, KOTOR 2 is approved for children from the age of 12 and offers you a variety of decision options in the dialogs.

 

5. Hack'n'Slash

The last section of our list includes the hack'n'slash or hack'n'slay games from the Star Wars universe. Let's start with the first part of Star Wars - The Force Unleashed. The Ultimate Sith Edition was released in 2008 for consoles and later for PC in 2009.


Star Wars - The Force Unleashed: Ultimate Sith Edition

The genius thing about The Force Unleashed is the fact that you play a student of Darth Vader and learn the secrets of the dark side of the Force from the master himself. As Galen Marek, you fight our way through the hordes of enemies with fierce attacks and make anyone who doesn't have the Force look very old very quickly.

In the US, teens from the age of 13 are allowed to play the game. By the way, the story is set between Episodes III and IV.

The same age rating applies to the successor Star Wars - The Force Unleashed 2. This time, you’re playing a clone of Starkiller and go on a rebel hunt about six months after the end of the plot of the first part. The story is relatively short, with only five to six hours of gameplay, but there's a lot of cutting and slashing. The fast-paced gameplay is easy to handle and we recommend that you definitely play the title with a controller or gamepad. Unfortunately, the controls have not been optimized for mouse and keyboard at all.


Star Wars - The Force Unleashed 2

However, you can optimize your gaming experience in other ways with our help. We offer cheats for both The Force Unleashed 1 and 2, which you can use to switch to Godmode or to fill up your health and Force, or set them to maximum.

 

Conclusion

We would love to introduce more Star Wars games to you, but first some new ones need to be released. For Star Wars Day 2022, we're done with our list. Let's see which titles we can add for Star Wars Day 2023.

Surely there is already a perfect fit for every Star Wars fan and the best thing is that thanks to our help, you don't have to worry if you get stuck at some point.

With PLITCH's Star Wars cheats you'll improve and customize your gaming experience and demonstrate that it's not only the Midi-Chlorians who are responsible for the extent of your power. Maybe you are even the Chosen One who will balance the Force. Don’t forget to check out our free cheats!

Happy Star Wars Day!