This is the most complete Star Wars torrent you have ever seen with 40 releases. This torrent was created so that it can have every unique release ever made while keeping it redundant free. There are only 4 titles that are presumably safe that are missing from this collection. Those are:
Star Wars – Yoda’s Challenge
Star Wars – Anakin’s Speedway
Star Wars – Early Learning Activity Center
Star Wars – Jar Jar’s Journey
I decided to go ahead without these for two reasons. One, they’re very hard to find so it would take up to a few months to acquire them all. Two, As such I doubt people will miss them enough to warrant the $60-120 they’d cost to get.
All games, with exception to floppy releases, are full disc images in Bin/Cue format.
Jedi Outcast, Jedi Academy, and Episode III Activity Center are indeed SAFE now. Amazon only has Episode III and it’s through J&R BUT it is a clearance item and it is discontinued everywhere else. Ubisoft does not list or sell the title. Jedi Academy and Jedi Outcast are no longer provided by Lucasarts and therefore are now safe.
What is included in this release:
Star Wars  [DOS] [Floppy]
Star Wars – Chess  [WIN] [CD]
Star Wars – Rebel Assault  [DOS] [CD]
Star Wars - X-Wing  [DOS] [Floppy]
Star Wars - X-Wing - Imperial Pursuit Expansion Disk  [DOS] [Floppy]
Star Wars – X-Wing – B-Wing Expansion Disk  [DOS] [Floppy]
Star Wars – Super Star Wars  [DOS] [Floppy]
Star Wars – X-Wing – Collector’s CD-ROM  [DOS] [CD]
Star Wars – Tie Fighter  [DOS] [Floppy]
Star Wars – Tie Fighter – Defender of the Empire Expansion Disk  [DOS] [Floppy]
Star Wars – Tie Fighter – Collector’s CD-ROM  [DOS] [CD]
Star Wars - Rebel Assault II The Hidden Empire  [DOS] [2CD]
Star Wars – Dark Forces  [DOS] [CD]
Star Wars – X-Wing vs. Tie Fighter  [WIN] [CD]
Star Wars – X-Wing vs. Tie Fighter – Balance of Power  [WIN] [CD]
Star Wars – Jedi Knight – Dark Forces II  [WIN] [2CD]
Star Wars – Shadows of the Empire  [WIN] [CD]
Star Wars – Yoda Stories  [WIN] [CD]
Star Wars – Monopoly  [WIN] [CD]
Star Wars – X-Wing – Collector Series  [WIN] [2CD]
Star Wars – Rebellion  [WIN] [CD]
Star Wars – Jedi Knight – Mysteries of the Sith  [WIN] [CD]
Star Wars – Droid Works  [WIN] [CD]
Star Wars – Rogue Squadron 3D  [WIN] [CD]
Star Wars – Behind the Magic  [WIN] [2CD]
Star Wars – X-Wing Alliance  [WIN] [2CD]
Star Wars – Episode I – The Insider’s Guide  [WIN] [2CD]
Star Wars – Episode I – The Phantom Menace  [WIN] [CD]
Star Wars – Pit Droids  [WIN] [CD]
Star Wars – Gungan Frontier  [WIN] [CD]
Star Wars – Episode I – Racer  [WIN] [CD]
Star Wars – Math Jabba’s Game Galaxy [WIN] [CD]
Star Wars – Force Commander  [WIN] [2CD]
Star Wars – Galactic Battlegrounds  [WIN] [2CD]
Star Wars – Episode I – Battle for Naboo  [WIN] [CD]
Star Wars – Jedi Knight II – Jedi Outcast  [WIN] [CD]
Star Wars – Galactic Battlegrounds – Clone Campaigns  [WIN] [CD]
Star Wars – Starfighter  [WIN] [CD]
Star Wars – Jedi Knight – Jedi Academy  [WIN] [2CD]
Star Wars – Episode III – Revenge of the Sith Activity Center  [WIN] [2CD]
The first Star Wars game ever released on PC. This Atari arcade game conversion was a premium title in its day with state of the art wireframe graphics in a first person shooter perspective.
Star Wars – Chess
Luke Skywalker is your King and Princess Leia is actually a Queen in this 3D animated chess game. You can choose, however, to govern the evil Galactic Empire and then have Darth Vader as your King. After you’ve selected your move, each character comes to life and has special skills that’ll have this chess match seem like more than just a board game.
Star Wars – Rebel Assault
You play a Rebel space cadet and have various missions to complete: Flying starships, destroying Walkers, infiltrating an enemy base etc. All viewpoints and gameplay is through the use of motion video backdrops.
Star Wars – X-Wing Series
You all know that whole picture adage, so I’ll put it to use right here:
Tie Fighter 1994
X-Wing Collector CD-ROM 1995
Tie Fighter Collector CD-ROM 1995
X-Wing vs. Tie Fighter 1997
X-Wing Collector Series 1998
X-Wing Alliance 1999
X-Wing Alliance Upgrade Mod
I hope those comparison shots clear up some of the X-wing confusion.
Star Wars - X-Wing
The rookie pilot can pilot three starfighters: the X-Wing, the A-Wing, and the Y-Wing. Single starfighters have different parameters, such as speed, hull and shield strength, armament, etc.
First of all, the pilot must learn how to have basic control of his starship. Pilot will learn this in the Pilot 'Proving Ground'. Then the pilot can try out 'Traing Simulator' where they will be flying missions against Empire from Rebel Alliance history (6 missions for each starfighter). When players sufficiently understand how to control single crafts, he can set off on the main part of the game, the campaign called 'Tour of Duty'. (X-Wing game has 3 campaigns).
Star Wars – Imperial Pursuit
The first mission disk for the great X-Wing game was released in 1993. This mission disk adds an original game: New Tour of Duty (Imperial Pursuit) - campaign consists of twenty missions and player has four choices of two missions
Star Wars – X-Wing - B-Wing
The second mission disk for X-Wing game was released in 1993 (maybe 1994?). This mission disk adds in original game: Brand-new starfighter B-Wing, 6 new training missions for B-Wing, New Tour of Duty (B-Wing) - this campaign consists of twenty missions and player has four times choice of two missions, 3 short cutscenes that help complete the storyline of the campaign.
Star Wars – X-Wing – Collector’s CD-ROM
In 1994, they released the first collection of X-Wing series games - X-Wing Collector's CD-ROM. It's new release of 2 year-old X-Wing with both mission disks and several improvements on one CD-ROM.
The game contains: Original X-Wing game, Imperial Pursuit mission disk, B-Wing mission disk, 6 new missions for Training simulator, Enhanced graphics, Enhanced sounds, Full voice mission briefings, Easier mode available for more challenging missions.
Star Wars – Tie Fighter
TIE Fighter was released in May 1994. This sequel to X-Wing stands the player on the opposite site of the galactic conflict - as a pilot for the Empire. The player is the cadet of the Imperial Navy and must go through hard training. Throughout the game, the player will fly in several starfighters: the TIE Fighter, TIE Bomber, TIE Interceptor, TIE Advanced, Assault Gunboat and a secret starfighter.
Star Wars – Tie Fighter – Defender of the Empire
The only mission disk for TIE Fighter was released in 1994 (same approximate time as X-Wing Collector's CD-ROM).
This mission disk adds in original game: 3 new battles, New starfighter, the Missile Boat, 4 training mission for Missile Boat in Combat Chamber, Several new spacecraft.
Star Wars – Tie Fighter – Collector’s CD-ROM
In the year 1995, the TIE Fighter Collector's CD-ROM was released. Like X-Wing Collector's CD-ROM, its new release of the original TIE Fighter with mission disk and several improvements, which are in comparison with X-Wing on CD-ROM, are much better.This collection contains: Original TIE Fighter game, Defender of the Empire mission disk, Brand-new campaign (Enemies of the Empire), which contains 3 battles, Enhanced graphics (resolution 640 x 480 !!!), Enhanced sounds, Full voice mission briefings and missions.
Star Wars – X-Wing vs. Tie Fighter
The whole game is oriented on multi-player. The single-player is only something like training for the multi-player. The game doesn't contain any real campaign with story and any cut-scenes (except intro animation). This game is very uncompleted. XvT was great in technical aspect (resolution 640 x 480, all ships and space objects are fully textured, 3D acceleration with patch, better sounds and music from movies, etc.).
Player can choose which side of galactic conflict they'd like to be on - Rebels or Empire (change side consists one click with mouse). Multi-player itself is very good and has great playability. Every mission can play up to 8 players, which can play with or against.
Star Wars – X-Wing vs. Tie Fighter – Balance of Power
The mission disk for X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter was released in 1997 too. It contains everything, including what was missing in the original game - campaign with story and cut-scenes. This mission disk contains: New starfighter on Rebel side - B-Wing, Several new starships and space objects, such as the Super Star Destroyer, Rebel Medium Transport, Modified Corellian Corvette and Light Calamari Cruiser, Two new campaigns (1 for Rebels and 1 for Imperial, both campaigns have 15 missions for up to 8 players) 6 cut-scenes, which help complete story-line of campaigns Eight Combat missions Two Melee missions One new Battle Damage to HUD components hyperspace sequence
Star Wars – X-Wing – Collector Series
In 1998 come true dreams of many X-Wing series fans. Old classic games X-Wing and TIE Fighter (both in Collector releases) were remade and released. The New collection was called X-Wing Collector Series and contains X-Wing, TIE Fighter and special limited version of X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter. Games were upgraded pro Windows 95/98 systems and have the same graphic engine as X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter (resolution 640 x 480, 3D acceleration...). Various menus are also upgraded. Totally Games originally wanted to remake cut-scenes in both games, but it didn't happen. The only upgraded animations are X-Wing's intro (which was complete with some new frames), several animations in X-Wing and very few (almost none) in TIE Fighter. The last part of collection called X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter Flight School is something like demo version of game and contains only 14 missions.
Star Wars – X-Wing Alliance
The last game of the X-Wing series was released in 1999. Difference in comparison with previous games is that player isn't some 'no-name' pilot on one side of the galactic civil war, but an actual person - Ace Azzameen. The story of the game describes the family's and Rebellion's events. The finale is the Battle of Endor. Beside classic and family missions in single player battles, the player can fly training missions in the Pilot Proving Grounds. Ace can fly in various spaceships and starfighters. In family missions, he can fly in the YT-2000 Family Transport and YT-1300 Corellian Transport. In Rebel missions, he can fly in the classic X-Wing, Y-Wing, A-Wing, B-Wing and Z-95 Headhunter. In the Battle of Endor, the player jumps into the cockpit of legendary Millennium Falcon.
Star Wars – Super Star Wars PC Unreleased
This is the never-released PC version of a console side-scrolling platform game. The game follows the plot of the first Star Wars very closely-- as Luke Skywalker, you must fight your way from the sand dunes of Tatooine to becoming an X-Wing pilot and participate in the attack on the Empire's Death Star. German licensee SoftGold developed the PC version on their own and tried to convince LucasArts to release it. LucasArts declined.
Star Wars - Rebel Assault II The Hidden Empire
As in the first title of the series, you will play the role of Rookie One, a rebel of the Alliance fighting the Empire's forces. You will immediately notice the serious modifications brought to the gameplay and graphics. Rebel Assault 2 features similar action scenes as Rebel Assault but this time, you'll have to avoid obstacles like other ships, moving objects, etc... while shooting at enemy forces at the same time. This makes the gameplay even more challenging because you feel more as if you are the pilot.
Star Wars – Dark Forces
The Empire has just developed the ultimate weapon: the Death Star, an armored space station with enough power to destroy a planet. It's vital that Rebel forces obtain the secret plans to this station--and you are the Rebel spy the Alliance has sent in to do the job. Doom clone on most levels.
Star Wars – Jedi Knight – Dark Forces II
The highly anticipated follow-up to Star Wars: Dark Forces, Star Wars: Jedi Knight -- Dark Forces II once again places you in the role of Kyle Katarn as he quests to become a Jedi Knight. Through each of the 21 mission-based levels, you'll battle new enemies as you fight your way to a Dark Jedi named Jerec who aims to gain the power of the Valley of the Jedi. As you progress, you'll learn to use the Force as your ally and must eventually make an important decision: do you adopt the powers of the light side or follow the quick and easy path to power as an agent of evil? Your fate is in your own hands.
Star Wars – Shadows of the Empire
Enter Prince Xizor - sinister servant of the dark side. Underlord of the Black Sun crime ring. Mastermind behind a brazen plot to assassinate Luke Skywalker. But you, as maverick mercenary Dash Rendar, have other plans. Stop Xizor. Protect Luke. All via the aid of your blaster, brains and bravery. Will light emerge from the shadows? With your help, it can.
Star Wars – Yoda Stories
On distant planet Dagobah the ancient Jedi Master, Yoda, has taken a new student under his wing. To join the elite, Luke Skywalker must endure the most rigorous training. Tests of the mind, tests of the body, and tests of the heart must all be passed before he can truly call himself a Jedi.
Star Wars – Monopoly
Two of the most dominant forces of 20th century American culture have combined in Monopoly Star Wars. As the name would imply, this CD-ROM combines the classic board game with the equally classic movie series.
Star Wars – Rebellion
Set shortly after the events of the Battle of Yavin in Star Wars: A New Hope, Star Wars: Rebellion represents LucasArts' first attempt at a strategy game involving the popular space saga. As either the Rebellion or the Empire, it's up to you to command your side to victory against the computer or a friend via the Internet.
Star Wars – Jedi Knight – Mysteries of the Sith
As an expansion disc to Jedi Knight -- Dark Forces II, Mysteries of the Sith features much of the same regarding gameplay through its 14 missions. However, there are a few new and different weapons, and the absence of a "morality scale" means that no choice between the light side or the path of darkness occurs. As a result, all but two Force abilities found in Jedi Knight are available, with five new ones added as well. Also differing from its predecessor, Mysteries of the Sith's cut-scenes are computer-generated instead of portrayed by live actors.
Star Wars – Droid Works
Build your own droids in the name of galactic peace with Star Wars: DroidWorks. The Rebel Alliance has received information that the Empire is building a secret droid factory somewhere on Tatooine, and it's sending you to investigate. Your mission is to find the factory and reprogram the assassin droids the Empire is creating there.
Star Wars – Rogue Squadron 3D
The game seats you in the center of the Star Wars epic by letting you fly as Luke Skywalker. There are a number of ships are at your disposal: X-wings, Y-wings, A-wings, V-wings and speeders. Although these are the normally selectable vehicles, sharp players will find hidden vehicles. Star Wars: Rogue Squadron 3D places you in 16 environments ranging from water fly-overs to volcanic regions. Fans of the Star Wars series and web site will likely notice such locations as Mos Eisley, Kessel, Mon Calamari, and Corellia.
Star Wars – Behind the Magic
Detailed information is included in a variety of categories: characters, locations, technology, events, behind the scenes, expanded universe (books, comics, toys and other media), and even a sneak peak at Star Wars: Episode I. In all, there are over 2,000 images, 20 3D models, 40 minutes of digitized video, 20 minutes of audio and 30 ship schematics. Many fans will also delight in seeing cut footage from the first film.
Star Wars – Episode I – The Insider’s Guide
Topics include backstory on the movie, a write-up on all the major characters (and many minor ones), and technical details of the ships, Pods and droids encountered in The Phantom Menace. Special features can even be accessed, including a Queen Amidala fashion show, an advertisement for Watto's junkyard, a call for more Twi'lek dancers from Bib Fortuna, and the crazy hijinks of Jar Jar Binks as he tries to assist Anakin Skywalker.
Star Wars – Episode I – The Phantom Menace
Relive the action of the first movie in the Star Wars prequel trilogy with Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace. Assume the roles of Obi-Wan Kenobi, Qui-Gon Jinn, Queen Amidala and Captain Panaka as you fight, think and use the Force through 11 stages of overhead 3D action.
Star Wars – Pit Droids
Those lovable Pit Droids from Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom Menace come to your computer in Star Wars: Pit Droids. This 3D game contains over 300 puzzles spread across eight levels of play in six unique environments.Protocol droid C-3PO guides you through a brief tour of the game before you get started and is available to provide help while you are in the "Puzzle Training" and "Puzzle Maker" areas. His sidekick R2-D2 can help you with the puzzles themselves and whenever you see his icon on the screen.
Star Wars – Gungan Frontier
Star Wars: Episode I: The Gungan Frontier is basically SimLife for Star Wars fans -- and it's a lot of fun. Released by Lucas Learning, there is an educational intent behind this game, one which should have kids (and even adults) learning while enjoying themselves.
Star Wars – Episode I – Racer
Flying straight from the silver screen to your !PC comes Star Wars: Racer, which recreates the Podrace sequence from The Phantom Menace for legions of gamers everywhere. Take the controls of your Pod as one of over 20 racers, all taken from the film, and fly at speeds exceeding 600 miles per hour on 21 tracks spread across eight worlds.
Star Wars – Math Jabba’s Game Galaxy
Based on an ancient form of checkers, Holochex requires you to capture your opponent's critters while at the same time he or she is trying to bag yours. You must jump enemy monsters when possible. Whoever captures the most monsters collects a number of credits commensurate with the level of difficulty being played (50, 100 or 200 for easy, medium and hard respectively). Additionally, one credit is earned for each monster captured.
Star Wars – Force Commander
Think you have what it takes to command a battalion of AT-ATs' Or to defend the Rebel stronghold at Hoth? Prove it in Star Wars: Force Commander, a real-time strategy game from LucasArts. You'll lead both the Empire's monolithic military might and the ragtag-yet-resourceful Rebels. Keep your war machine humming in single- and multiplayer modes. The ultrarealistic 3D terrain and vehicles give you the power to guide your troops to victory. This is war. This is Force Commander!
Star Wars – Galactic Battlegrounds
Guide the Rebel Alliance to fend off the invading Empire or lead the Trade Federation to conquer the Naboo in this Star Wars real-time strategy built on Ensemble Studio's Age Of Empires Ii game engine. Though the fundamentals and mechanics of play are similar to those of Ensemble's popular 1999 war game LucasArts brings a new look and style to the structure, with a developed single-player campaign and units, civilizations, and settings taken directly from the Star Wars stories.
Star Wars – Episode I – Battle for Naboo
Take to the skies above Naboo and protect the planet from the onslaught of a greedy invasion by the domineering Trade Federation. This is the call to arms in Star Wars: Episode I: Battle for Naboo. Though much of the action takes place in a fighter or defense vehicle above the Naboo landscape, story animations and ship selection options take the place in 3D-rendered scenes on the planet's surface as well.
Star Wars – Jedi Knight II – Jedi Outcast
From acclaimed developers Raven Software comes the sequel to the third-person adventure title Jedi Knight. Taking place several years after the first title, the game's protagonist Kyle Katarn has forsaken the Force, for fear of succumbing to the lure of the Dark Side. As a new threat to the galaxy emerges he is forced to once again take up arms and make use of the power that almost destroyed him. Having allowed his powers to languish over time, Kyle can initially only make use of standard weapons, which include the blaster, stormtrooper rifle, and bowcaster. Soon however, he is able to wield a lightsaber; the Jedi weapon of choice.
Star Wars – Galactic Battlegrounds – Clone Campaigns
Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds - Clone Campaigns expands the world of Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds by adding two new military organizations: Count Dooku's Confederacy and the clone-fueled Galactic Republic. New units, such as power generators and Jedi Starfighters, increase the combat possibilities. Players can play through seven Confederacy missions and six Galactic Republic missions. The Confederacy must battle to keep the Republic from developing a super-weapon, while the Galactic Republic strives to utilize its incredible infantry strength, courtesy of the clones.
Star Wars – Starfighter
The infectious arcade-style gameplay of Star Wars: Rogue Squadron returns in Star Wars: Starfighter. Pilots won't have to waste much time with strategy since the shooting and explosions begin immediately. Fortunately, the point-and-shoot missions are mostly well planned and fun, so the absence of tactics and story can be forgiven.
Star Wars – Jedi Knight – Jedi Academy
Star Wars: Jedi Knight -- Jedi Academy continues many of the features introduced in 2002's Jedi Outcast with a story line taking place after the events chronicled in its predecessor. Players begin the game in the prestigious Jedi Academy led by Luke Skywalker and Kyle Katarn. As Skywalker's apprentice, players must learn the ways of the Force and embark on an adventure spanning more than twice the locales featured in 2002's game. The biggest addition to the franchise is the ability to create a character by choosing its species, gender, hair, facial features, and clothing. Players can also customize their lightsaber by selecting its blade color and hilt type, with more lightsabers (such as the double-bladed version wielded by Darth Maul in Star Wars: Episode I) becoming available as players become more adept in their training.
Star Wars – Episode III – Revenge of the Sith Activity Center
Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith Activity Center brings the world of a Jedi into your home. Let Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker help you create printable calendars, greeting cards, stationery, stickers, nametags, bookmarks, and door hangers to declare your intergalactic allegiance. Turn your computer into a shrine to the dark side with wallpapers, screensavers, one desktop theme, and a Winamp skin. Video clips of trailers and web documentaries are included, as well as an action and a puzzle game to keep those Jedi reflexes at peak performance.