Give me a minimalist moisture farming sim. Your uncle dies and leaves you his farm. You move out of mos eisley to your uncle’s farm beyond the dune sea. It’s just you, a few droids and the desert. Make it like desert golfing in how barren and isolating it feels like. Basically what if Luke had never left Tatooine with Obi Wan. You’re just there on your lonesome working diligently through the day to suck up what little water remains deep below a desert planet.
Technology is constantly failing you and your only real hope is to make do and make what little repairs you can to maintain all your equipment. Perhaps the Jawas come round on their weekly rounds. The Whole Sandcrawler rolls in and takes up your entire screen and gives you a choice between three different broken robots, of which you can only afford one, if you barter with them.
No one speaks English, apart from the protocol droid you were conned into buying 4 months ago, which sits redundant in the corner of your modest dwelling. If you spend time at night fixing him, you may make progress in being able to better barter with the jawas, or make the droid useful in that it can speak in an archaic machine language that improves your daily moisture farming gains by 0.4%.
Go one step further and say that your profit relies on the strict codes of Imperial law. But that’s all you’ve got to make a living. Young speeder bikes occassionally zoom over your farm which knocks out the equipment. You have to raise it to the local authorities who may dispatch a group of Stormtroopers. You have no time for stories of rebellion or even entertain the notion of such thing. Occasionally in the sky, say a 1/1000 chance there is a flicker of light denoting some kind of space battle in your outer orbit. You look up for a minute but get back to tending your farm.
Basically make an unforgiving Star Wars version of Stardew Valley.