Star Wars: X-Wing (Special Edition)
The Old Republic is gone. The Senate has been abolished. The Jedi Knights have been exterminated. Now the Emperor seeks to crush the last remaining opposition. Against the overwhelming might of the Empire stands a small but growing Rebel Alliance.
Scattered resistance groups are uniting and what is needed most now are Starfighter pilots. Will you join their struggle to end this tyranny and become a hero of the Rebellion?
- Includes STAR WARS™: X-Wing and all Tour of Duty expansions: Imperial Pursuit and B-Wing in both – 1993 (DOS) and 1998 (Windows) versions!
- Fly over 120 deep space and Death Star surface missions against the Empire!
- Combat training simulates historical encounters with Imperial forces.
- OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
- Processor: 1.8 GHz
- Memory: 1 GB RAM
- Graphics: 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 7 (DirectX 9 recommended)
- DirectX: Version 7.0
- Storage: 216 MB available space
- Additional Notes: The Windows version of STAR WARS: X-Wing (1998) requires a controller or joystick. STAR WARS: X-Wing (1993) can be played with a mouse and keyboard.
- OS: Mac 10.9+
- Processor: 1.8GHz
- Memory: 1 GB RAM
- Graphics: 3D graphics card compatible with 256 MB VRAM
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