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Star Wars: TIE Fighter

Star Wars: TIE Fighter is vehicle simulation game set in the Star Wars universe designed by Lawrence Holland, Edward Kilham, developed by LucasArts and released by LucasArts in 1994. Star Wars: TIE Fighter runs on DOS. Star Wars: TIE Fighter was based on a movie. Star Wars: TIE Fighter is part of the X-Wing game 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

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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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Additional info about Star Wars: TIE Fighter

Status: NOT abandonware
Input: joystick, keyboard, mouse
Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk
Abandonware DOS views: 13518
Series: Star Wars: TIE Fighter is part of the X-Wing series.
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