We should begin by stressing that these registrations are not necessarily for videogames. It’s understood that Disney intends plenty of film, game and even television projects with its freshly acquired Star Wars property. But the proximity of this discovery to the announcement that EA would be working on several Star Wars games gives us cause for curiosity, at least.
First of all, here’s a list of the domains, as reported by Fusible:
From that list, we can deduce that they’re exploring stories from a vast timescale in the Star Wars universe. Wolfpackadventures could only really refer to a squad of Clone Troopers serving during the Clone Wars that took place during and a little after the prequel trilogy of movies. Conversely, Order 67 will surely correspond to the proclamation made that the Third Jedi Council should seek peace with the Sith Order – that happened several generations after Luke Skywalker’s time.
The Gungan Frontier, on the other hand, was already a game. It was a kind of ecosystem builder where you had to help the Gungans (Jar Jar Binks’ race) colonise Naboo. It looks like there are several sequels intended for this child-friendly strategy game.