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All Articles: Star Wars Journeys: The Phantom Menace
Disney and Lucasfilm have decided they want to start getting kids more into Star Wars at a younger age – at least, that’s what Variety said about the first interactive storybook, Star Wars Journeys: The Phantom Menace, that was released yesterday. The app is only available on Apple devices so far, and the current plan is that there will be one released for each Star Wars movie up until Star Wars: Episode VII comes out. The interactive storybooks are going to cost a whopping $6.99 each. Yikes.
According to Variety, “The first, Star Wars Journeys: The Phantom Menace, is broken up into three parts, including a story mode that immerses readers into the film’s plot with custom-designed art and a unique viewing experience that enables users to swipe to reveal areas of a scene and unlock new chapters.” There will also be databases and games in each app as well, to get kids more involved in the universe of Star Wars.
Star Wars Journeys: The Phantom Menace is available now on iTunes.