Lucas Learning was a subsidiary of LucasArts in order to provide challenging, engaging and fun educational software for classrooms.[1] They have created many award-winning educational games for the PC such as The Gungan Frontier and DroidWorks were based on the national curriculum.[2] The company was located in San Rafael, California,[3] and was headed by former MECC senior vice president of development and creative director Susan Schilling.[4] Shilling asserted that Lucas was personally involved with the products and that a company mantra was to stay away from violence.[5] They released games from 1998 until announcing their cancellation of a Mac version of Star Wars Super Bombad Racing in mid 2001, the year Lucas Learning was eventually reorganized into Edutopia, or the George Lucas Educational Foundation, independent from Lucasfilm Ltd. and left the market.[6]

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Title Platform Release date
Star Wars: DroidWorks PC October 28, 1998
Star Wars Episode I: The Gungan Frontier PC May 24, 1999
Star Wars: Yoda's Challenge Activity Center PC August 17, 1999
Star Wars: Pit Droids PC September 18, 1999
Star Wars: Anakin's Speedway PC March 20, 2000
Star Wars: Early Learning Activity Center PC August 15, 2000
Star Wars Math: Jabba's Game Galaxy PC September 1, 2000
Star Wars: Jar Jar's Journey PC November 15, 2000
Star Wars: Super Bombad Racing (Developed by Lucas Learning) PS2 April 23, 2001

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