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Star Wars: Trials on Tatooine is a cinematic virtual-reality experiment set in the Star Wars universe. Created by ILMxLAB and released on July 18, 2016, the game was developed under the guidance of Rob Bredow, chief technology officer at Lucasfilm Ltd., and co-written by Bredow and Pablo Hidalgo, Star Wars canon keeper.

It takes place after Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi, with the player taking the role of an aspiring Padawan hoping to join Luke Skywalker in his effort to rebuild the Jedi Order.[1]

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Opening crawlEdit

STAR WARS:
TRIALS ON TATOOINE
It is a time of rebuilding.
Having defeated the evil
Galactic Empire, the Rebel
Alliance has reformed as the
New Republic.

After many journeys to
distant corners of the galaxy,
uncovering secrets from
the forgotten past, Luke
Skywalker stands ready to
create a new JEDI ORDER.

One hopeful Padawan is
studying the ways of the
Force on a distant desert
world, awaiting an important
delivery from Han Solo…[2]

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ILMxLAB Productions
Immersive Stories

Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire (2017)
Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series (Episode I) (2019)

Experiments
Jakku Spy (2015) · The Force Awakens Immersive 360 Experience (2015)
Trials on Tatooine (2016) · Rogue One: Recon A Star Wars 360 Experience (2016)
Droid Repair Bay (2017) · Reflections (2018) · Star Wars: Project Porg (2019)
Theme Park Attractions
Millennium Falcon: Smuggler's Run (2019)
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