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Frontier: Elite 2

Frontier: Elite 2 is an abandoned open world vehicle simulation game set in the Elite universe designed by David Braben, developed by Frontier Developments and released by GameTek in 1993. Frontier: Elite 2 runs on DOS. Frontier: Elite 2 is part of the Elite game series.
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Frontier: Elite II was published on a single floppy disk. For the Amiga version, this is a single 880 KB disk (disk 2 was only a selection of interesting saved games), and for the PC/DOS platform a 720 KB double density floppy.

Frontier was succeeded by First Encounters, which was available for DOS. No Amiga or Atari versions were released as by the time of its publication these platforms were no longer as profitable as they had once been.

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Additional info about Frontier: Elite 2

Status: abandonware

Input: joystick, keyboard, mouse

Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, cd-rom

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  • Lovecraft - 30/12/2016 18:18
    Thank you for making this game available, and keeping it alive!!! I am having so much fun with it... Who needs "No Man's Sky", when this game is around?!?
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