I've been continuing to run White Star one-on-one for my oldest kid in a series of single-encounter "micro-sessions" that last between 10 and 25 minutes.
My approach has been to do as little advance planning as possible and to commit as little to paper as possible -- just a minimum to give us continuity on things like names. So far everything (including character sheets) fits on 3 index cards.
The effect is that the episodes feel like the old Prince Valiant comic strip from the Sunday newspaper: tight little scenes with four-color action, clear conflicts, clear antagonists, and setting that is implied rather than fully described.
Episode II: Rocket Wookie sits across the table from Gargo Frikks [no physical description given] in the back of a dim gambling hall.
"So I hear your tryin' to get off world."
"Well, I might be able to arrange somethin', but it ain't gonna be cheap."
"Hey, why would I sell you out? You know I got no love for the Imperials either. Look, maybe you can help me out wit something in the meantime. Meez-weez owes me big. How bout you go see him about paying his debt, and I'll see what I can do."
Crashing and banging come from inside the takka kitchen ... sounds like Meez-weez has customers ...
"You better pay up, Meez-weez!"
"RRRawr!" (Rocket Wookie jets to the corrugated roof of the takka stand, where a pair of tattooed thugs are roughing up Meez-weez)
"What's that? Hey there's a wookie on the ro--" (thug #1, sticks his head out of the back hatch)
"Whur-uurr-ur!" (Rocket Wookie drops to the street, lifts the thug with a hairy paw, bangs his head on the door frame, and dumps him in the street)
"Gaaa!" (thug #2 leaps off Meez-weez, snatches huge cleaver out of butcher's block, faces off against Rocket Wookie)
"Grr-rarru." (Rocket Wookie deposits the second thug atop his unconscious friend)
"You don't-a hurt a Meez-weez, yeah? I will a-pay you very soon!" (Meez-weez flips a lever and the magnetically-sealed takka cages pop open! The interior of the stand is filled with angry, flapping takkas!)
"Muhhr-ruuu" (Rocket Wookie saves vs takka swarm, diving through the hatch in the nick of time)
"Ha!" (Meez-weez fires up the grav-repulsors and the stand lifts off, zooming down the street at break-neck speed)
White Star's light-weight rules, which are so intuitive for anybody who has either played any version of D&D released prior to 2000 or who has dabbled with D&D retroclones, supports this fast and light style really well! I think we'll see more of Rocket Wookie in the future.