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1. Star Wars: Droid Works
$29.99
2. Lego Star Wars (DVD) (Mac)
$8.44
3. Star Wars Episode I: The Gungan
$19.70
4. Star Wars: Pit Droids
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5. Star Wars: Early Learning Activity
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6. Star Wars: Jar Jar's Journey Adventure
7. Star Wars Episode 1: The Gungan
8. Star Wars Math
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9. Star Wars Millennium Falcon Play

1. Star Wars: Droid Works

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Asin: B00002SV6E
Catlog: Software
Publisher: LucasArts Entertainment
Sales Rank: 1949
Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (10)

4-0 out of 5 stars Droid building
You get to build droids even ones in existence like artoo-detoo and c-3po. It uses the Jediknight Dark Forces II engine. The real object for missions is to test your droids on sandy surfaces. The whole game takes place on Tatoonie and it has many dangerous parts. Like falling off a fifty foot drop might explode the droid. I say its great for all ages.

5-0 out of 5 stars A five-star game!
Star Wars Droidworks has been one of the most addictive games I have ever played. The plot goes like this: The Empire has started the prodution of assassin droids. Assassin droid are tough droids armed with huge blasters and a taste for torture. However, they are dim-witted. Your job is to build a droid to reprogram the assassins into harmless droids. Before doing this, you must build droids to complete eight training missions three times to prove you're worthy and to be rewarded with droid parts. These missions are also to teach you about the science concepts used in the missions. Once all are completed, you get access to the four secret missions. In three of them, you must collect the three Information Crystals, one in each mission. In these three missions, assassin droids are lurking, so you must be careful. After that, you must activate them in the Data Information Facility to get the Data Disk, as well as the location of the Hidden Droid Factory that is producing the assassins. With the Data Disk, you must enter the Hidden Droid Factory, and insert it into the reprogramming slot to reprogram the assassins into harmless dancing droids.

5-0 out of 5 stars the game is awesome
this game is great you get to build your own droids from star wars and then battle them.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great game!
This is a great game! A lot of people make the sound mean by talking about the "asassin droids", well all they do is walk up and try to break your droid, there is no shooting or anything in it. First you only have a little bit of droid parts to build with. But first thing's first, you need to go in the Jawa Training thing first. In the Jawa training thing you will learn how to control your droid and make your droid do cool things, you also learn how your droid reacts with the things around it. After you have learned the basics test your skill at the training missions, when you win a traingng mission you get a new droid part. You need to complete each training missions ( I think there are 8) 3 times to get all the droid parts you will need. After you have completed each training mission at least 1 time you will get secret missions (But you should complete all the training missions 3 times so you will get all of the parts you need), you will need to complete all of the secret missions aleasts 1 time to get all the infomation crystals, after you have done that you will need to go to a place were you can seek the infomation inside the infomation crystals by reflecting light into them, after you have done that you will need to go thru the hidden droid factory and reporgram the assassin droids, in the Secret Misions you will find Assassin droids that you will need to outsmart.

Cool things:
1) This is good for education, did I talk about the index? There is a Index thing that is like a cool sceince book! It's really cool!

2)There are really funny jokes in this! Why do Jawas live in the dessert? Because they were looking for a hot spot!

3) There are really great suprizes, Do you know what you can reprogram the assasin droids to do? I am not telling! Your just have to find out for yourself!

4) When you bump into Assasin droids you don't destroy them, you outsmart them!

5) Much much more!

5-0 out of 5 stars Thinking and fun for boys and girls
Our 8 year old son is the one who wanted it, but we all play with it. The child is the designer of "droids" that he sends on missions. Each droid must meet special mission criteria specifided by the program, but there is plenty of room for innovation, and if the mission fails, well, he can re-design and try again. When he successfully completes a mission, he is rewarded with more and better parts to include in his future droids. As he propgresses, the missions get harder. Unknowingly he is learning about physics, how machines works and about material properties while improving his problem solving skills.

It is fun to be a droid designer and to see one's creations put to work. Kids like it, and we, parents, like it for the creative thinking and learning. So, let them fight over the computer! ... Read more


2. Lego Star Wars (DVD) (Mac)
list price: $29.99
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B0007ZNN48
Catlog: Video Games
Manufacturer: Aspyr Media
Sales Rank: 2517
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3. Star Wars Episode I: The Gungan

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Asin: B00004XOKK
Catlog: Software
Publisher: LucasArts Entertainment
Sales Rank: 5802
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Good but not the best
I like the item it is eazy to use well programed and you will like it ... Read more


4. Star Wars: Pit Droids

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Asin: B00004XOKM
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: LucasArts Entertainment
Sales Rank: 7162
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Pit Droids poses the age-old math question: "If a droid traveling five miles per hour leaves Mos Espa at dawn, how long will it take to get to the Arena Gate?" Watto, Tatooine's notorious junk dealer, has purchased a large pit-droids shipment to help with the pod races. Naturally, the droids don't know the way, leaving you to direct the capering mechanoids to their goals by placing various arrows in their path.

Right from the slick panoramic interface, Pit Droids is a blast. C-3PO's thorough tutorials (featuring the inimitable Anthony Daniels) and R2-D2's chirpy in-game help will have you herding the hordes of droids in no time. Not only do you need to avoid collisions, you need to change droids' attributes, sort them, and adjust the timing of their patterns. While holding your attention with the frenetic puzzle-solving fun, Pit Droids quietly refines your logical-thinking and problem-solving skills, making it a great game for older children as well as adults.

Pit Droids rewards progress with comic short films of the clowning droids in action. Eight locations offer more than 300 puzzles spanning three levels of difficulty, and the Puzzle Editor lets you build your own devices. It's enough to keep you interested for as long as the droids keep you scrambling. --Jack Gardiner ... Read more

Features

  • 8 challenging game levels
  • 300+ puzzles
  • Create your own custom-made puzzles
  • 6 unique Star Wars game environments
  • For 1 player

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Fun Game!!
Almost endless amount of pre-created puzzle But then! You can creat your own! Loads of fun!

1-0 out of 5 stars This is not good
YO people, dont waste money on this. Trust me! It is boring. i mean, it takes forever to just beat one!

4-0 out of 5 stars Challenging, Graphic, and Limitless
Star Wars Pit Droids is not exclusively for Star Wars fans, and is an excellent puzzle game if you want one. It has three levels of play for all people. The goal is to use the arrows provided to literally point the different pit droids in the right direction. However, they have different colors, helmets, and tools, so you have to guide each type to their destintation. It's 3-D and has pretty good graphics. There's an online exchange for puzzles that you make, which has some EXTREMELY difficult puzzles, much harder than the game provides. Making a game in this is pretty easy, but picky. It doesn't agree with the standard Microsoft interface, and forces you to use buttons for cut-and-paste. The major downside to this game is that you can only save after completing a level, not during one. Overall, I suggest this for people who want to be challenged or to challenge others.

4-0 out of 5 stars This is hard,escpecially Hard Mode,but fun
This game is fun.You work on many puzzles to get your pit droids to the Podrace Arena.I won a T-shirt for a 13 year olds contest on this game,I had to get 144 pit droids to the Podrace Arena before too many other opponents did the same.I would recommend this game to any one who isn't too (not smart) as I wouldn't want to insult you readers! And also,if you want a cool pit droids T-Shirt,you can buy it now and practice until sometime in Year 2001.Then you can sign up for a totally cool contest!

4-0 out of 5 stars The "H-bomb" since Droidworks!
Pit Droids is the #1 maze/puzzle game! If you're a big fan of Star Wars or strategy, you should definitally buy this game! What I specifically like about Pit Droids is the great 3-D graphics, the challenge of the puzzles, and the hilarious slapstick "reward" cutscenes! But sometimes you may go crazy when you get to a frustrating part in a level, but don't worry about that little comment. Yep, it's another one of those Lucasarts/Learning masterpieces that quite often happen. I betcha when you pop this CD in your PC, you're going to think, "I didn't waste a dime on this thing!" ... Read more


5. Star Wars: Early Learning Activity Center
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00004U8JO
Catlog: Software
Publisher: LucasArts Entertainment
Sales Rank: 5763
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The people of Naboo are having a grand celebration, and they want you tojoin them; follow favorite Star Wars characters Anakin Skywalker, QueenAmidala, and Jar-Jar Binks through a host of educational activities in the cityof Theed and the underwater kingdom of Otoh Gunga.

On land, players may choose between three activities: in Naboo Puppet Theatre,kids select a character to star in a puppet drama and then define a story forthe puppet to act out; Gungan Sling Painting challenges players to hurl paint atdruids, matching the color of the paint to the surrounding druids; and in MusicDroids, participants improvise tunes using a number of different instruments andmaps. The undersea component of the game is also divided into three parts: inOtoh Gunga, players can dunk Boss Nass by sorting creatures into color groups,find hidden seashells with Obi-Wan Kenobi, and design a Gungan Deesco Dance forJar-Jar Binks.

While all six activities seem to effortlessly combine educational content andpure fun, Music Droids is especially outstanding. The music maps are designed socarefully that players can skate a mouse over the map surface and come up with acredible-sounding tune; anyone who has tried to create truly musicalcombinations with an unfamiliar instrument will know that this is no easy task.Kids will delight at the creativity incorporated into this game and the ease ofplaying it.

In spite of a few slow and repetitive sequences, the Star Wars Early LearningActivity Center offers a high replay factor. It builds vocabulary and theunderstanding of music concepts, logic, and a host of other useful skillswithout making it seem like a chore. Game instructions are delivered slowly andclearly, with plenty of visual aids; character voices, sound, and graphics arevivid and often amusing. Young fans of the Star Wars films are sure toenjoy and learn from this well-crafted program. (Ages 4 to 6) --AlyxDellamonica ... Read more

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars My autistic boys love it!
My twins have autism, one loves the computer and has great fine motor skills, the other is afraid of the 'monster light' and stays away from it, until we purchased the SW:Early Learning Activity Center! Now they both love to play with it, print out puppets, act out shows, and yell out thier colors just like in the game. The games are very simple, the colors are fantastic. It is simple enough for my son to run it by himself, and not become frustrated.

4-0 out of 5 stars GOOD FOR KIDS
This was a good game for kids. It helped them learn by the little puzzule things. I am a teacher so I know a good educational game when I see one. Buy This. Its a Great Learning Tool. ... Read more


6. Star Wars: Jar Jar's Journey Adventure Book
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B00002SWVZ
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: LucasArts Entertainment
Sales Rank: 1095
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Amazon.com Review

Queen Amidala's ship has been badly damaged, and R2-D2 is busy on theoutside trying to fix the shield operator. Your job is to repeat the pattern oflights and sounds as you see and hear them as it helps generate the power forthe shields.

This is one of the many games you can play in Jar Jar's Journey. Each one is clearly narrated and easy to follow. There are plenty of others,including Jar Jar's coloring center, where you can turn your cursor quickly intoa paintbrush.

But, if you don't fancy playing any Star Wars-themed games, you can sitback and listen to a story. In his inimitable way, Jar Jar tells you how he wassaved by a brave Jedi after the battle-droids tried to take over his planet.Click on underlined words and you hear amusing songs or reveal hidden characterswho fly through the air.

As you would expect from George Lucas, this is a high-quality software title.The strong characters, special effects, and richly illustrated designs make thisa highly enjoyable game for young Star Wars fans from 4 years up. It'sentertaining for adults as well. At the start, Jar Jar sticks out his longtongue and eats an exclamation mark off the computer screen. "It tastes likechicken," he declares with a grin. The lovable creature from the planet Naboo islikely to become the undisputed star of children's CD-ROMs. --Justin Hunt ... Read more


7. Star Wars Episode 1: The Gungan Frontier

Asin: B00000IWIZ
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Lucas Learning
Sales Rank: 7475
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The third Episode I game from Lucas Learning is actually an educational title aimed at players ages 10 and up. The Gungan Frontier is a simulation (similar to SimCity) in which you must help the Gungans colonize the water moon of Naboo. It seems that the original Gungan city, home to Jar-Jar Binks and Boss Nass, is getting a little overcrowded and the Gungan High Council wants you (playing as either Obi-Wan Kenobi or Queen Amidala) to help them set up a new city on the moon. To do so, you'll have to populate the moon with plant and animal life from Naboo, creating and maintaining a balanced ecosystem.

The game has two difficulty settings and can be played at three different speeds. To do well in the game, you must continuously monitor the plant and animal populations and make sure that the Gungans do not harvest too many natural resources. As you play, Boss Nass, R2-D2, and Jar-Jar will keep you posted on your progress. The game also offers a Create-a-Critter feature that lets you design your own plants and animals for use in the game. You can't customize their appearance very much, but you can modify all of their vital statistics and give them a name. The game is designed for younger gamers, but adults may find it equally engaging. --Mike Ryan ... Read more


8. Star Wars Math

Asin: B00004U8JP
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Lucas Learning
Sales Rank: 5458
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Amazon.com Review

Watto's shop is full of spaceship parts, all waiting to be mixed up asyou design a fast-flying salvage ship to retrieve junk from space. Trouble is,you're short of credits--and Watto's prices are high. That's where Jabba the Huttcomes in: within his personal casino of games of chance and strategy, you canattempt to earn enough credit to build some new wings and go flying.

Star Wars Math: Jabba's Game Galaxy is designed to challenge and developa wide range of strategic, mathematical, and geometric skills through a seriesof well-crafted games. In Dueling Dice, players practice addition in a variationon blackjack: they try to reach exactly 30 droids without overshooting. Holochexpits you against Jabba the Hutt in checkers games on different-shaped boards thatuse monsters instead of static game pieces; though more simple than chess, it iscomplex enough to hold players' interest at length. And in Digotto, players tryto create a lowest or highest number, digit by digit, and decide where to placeeach number as it is generated. The last game is Ratt's Race, a board game thatposes basic computation and geometry challenges.

Once you have the credits in hand, it's off to Watto's junk shop to purchaseparts for your ship. Careful, though: you must balance the various engineeringrequirements within your limited budget. In the ship hangar, you can actuallyput the ship together. After that, you can leave Tatooine and clean up spacejunk in the wider galaxy.

As math games go, Jabba's Game Galaxy is quite challenging. The randomelement of most featured games (Ratt's Race is the big exception and thebig moneymaker) makes it impossible for even skilled players to be guaranteedregular victories; winning enough money to assemble a ship requires significanttime and effort. Though some of the animations are repetitive and slow downplay, the overall quality of the graphics and sound is excellent. The range ofactivities gives the game wide appeal--especially for boys, who may relatebetter to the all-male cast of characters--and the pseudo-gambling milieu ismitigated somewhat by the use of Star Wars villains (as opposed to themore lovable characters) in this slightly shady setting. (Ages 6 to 9) --AlyxDellamonica ... Read more


9. Star Wars Millennium Falcon Play Set
list price: $44.99
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Asin: B00002971Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hasbro Interactive
Sales Rank: 101190
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Amazon.com Product Description

This playset combines "hands-on" action-figure fantasy play with all the richness and control of multimedia PC software. The game puts players behind the controls of the Millennium Falcon and lets them interact with Star Wars characters as they explore the universe. The CD-ROM also features actual video footage from the film trilogy. ... Read more


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