Star Wars: DroidWorks

aka: Star Wars: Droides, Star Wars: Droids
Moby ID: 3012
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Learn about physics and simple machines as you build your own Star Wars droids. Once you have selected various parts to put together in the droid, you pilot it through many different missions in a 3d environment. The beginning training missions teach you about the concepts. Once you get to the final mission, you'll be navigating your droid to find the Empire's Assassin Droid Factory so you can reprogram them to save the Alliance.

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Project Lead, Designer, Writer
Production Manager, Additional Design
Production Coordinator
Lead Programmer, Designer
Programmer
Senior Art Technician, Interface Designer, Special Effects Artist
3D Artist
3D Animator
2D Background Designer and Texture Artist
Lead Level Designer and Additional Dialog
Level Designers and Additional Dialog
Conceptual and Storyboard Artist
Director of Content, Additional Design and Writing
Design Research Analyst, Additional Design
Sound Design, Ambient Sound Editing, Voice Processing
Music Editing, Ambient Sound Editing, Voice Processing, Sound Design Supervisor
Voice Processing
Sound Manager
Sound Coordinator
Voice Directors
Voice Editor
Assistant Voice Editor
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Critics

Average score: 92% (based on 5 ratings)

Players

Average score: 3.3 out of 5 (based on 11 ratings with 1 reviews)

Pretty fun even if you're not the target audience.

The Good
Despite being a science lesson about simple machines, it's enjoyable to build your robots to solve the puzzles. The game engine does a nice job putting the pieces together to make your creations look good.

The Bad
However, there are way too many variations on the same missions. You shouldn't have to do solve each mission with every possible limitation on robot design to get through the game. A minor annoyance, but the bipedal robots have an irritating way of walking.

The Bottom Line
Not a bad edutainment game.

Windows · by Adam Baratz (1433) · 2001

Trivia

This game uses the Jedi Knight engine (the SITH engine) for its 3d graphics.

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Game added by Adam Baratz.

Macintosh added by Shoddyan.

Additional contributors: jean-louis, theclue.

Game added January 15, 2001. Last modified January 18, 2024.