Series of space combat games developed by Totally Games. X-Wing was first released in 1993, and was followed by TIE Fighter, X-Wing vs TIE Fighter, and X-Wing Alliance. X-Wing was the first Star Wars games to feature true space simulation. The series is characterized by strong adherence to the plot and background of the initial set of Star Wars movies.
This category and its sub-categories list sites relating to individual titles, various box sets including X-Wing Trilogy, campaign disks, and associated modification and editing projects.
Contains sites dedicated to providing information about the creation of maps, scenarios, scripts, and other custom modifications for games in the X-Wing series. Sites dedicated to distributing such modifications are listed in Modifications and Add-Ons
Contains sites which provide player-created downloads for modifying series game or adding to them. Many sites offer OPTs, which is a custom modification file format.
Contains links to specific reviews and previews for series games.
Contains sites for clans and/or guilds that play X-Wing series games.
Star Wars TIE Fighter is the sequel to X-Wing. It was released for PC in 1994. This category also lists sites related to campaign disks Defenders of Empire and Enemies of Empire.
The first game in the series, released in 1993. It was the first Star Wars title to feature true space simulation.
Star Wars X-Wing Alliance is the 4th title in the series. It includes combat against an Imperial fleet in the Battle of Endor.
Star Wars X-Wing vs TIE Fighter is the third title in the series, released for PC in 1997. It was the first game to allow multiplayer network play. This category also lists sites related to the campaign disk Balance of Power.