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Star Wars: TIE Fighter

Star Wars: TIE Fighter is an DOS vehicle simulation game set in the Star Wars universe, developed by LucasArts, designed by Lawrence Holland, Edward Kilham and published by LucasArts in 1994. Star Wars: TIE Fighter was based on a movie. Star Wars: TIE Fighter is also part of the X-Wing series.
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"This is one of the most absorbing and satisfying PC games ever designed. There are no add-on disks availableyet. If I were stuck on a desert island (with electricity and a PC) and could only have one game to play, I'd choose TIE Fighter." - PC Gamer

Collector's corner:

LucasArts offered a pre-release demo on two floppy disks bundled with Computer Gaming World. The single-mission demo, sponsored by Dodge and featuring an ad for the Dodge Neon, advertises a spring 1994 TIE Fighter release.

In 1995, TIE Fighter also received a Collector's CD-ROM. The CD-ROM includes the previously released Defender of the Empire expansion and an additional Enemies of the Empire expansion. This CD-ROM also added support for gameplay under Mac OS 8 and Mac OS 9.

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Input: joystick, keyboard, mouse

Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk

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