Star Wars: Rebel Assault download

 
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 Star Wars: Rebel Assault

release year
 1993
developer
 LucasArts
publisher
 LucasArts
category
 Action
genre / theme
 Rail shooter, FMV, Interactive movie
platform
 PC DOS, Macintosh (1993), 3DO, Sega CD (1994)
Star Wars: Rebel Assault was the first CD-ROM-only game published by LucasArts and designed by Vincent Lee, set in the Star Wars universe during the early Galactic Civil War. The game is a arcade rail shooter and features digitized footage and music from the original movies, and full speech. The video was used to display pre-rendered 3D graphics that were far ahead of what a contemporary PC could render in real-time. Developers pre-rendered various environments and battles and the player flew through these environments. The game follows the adventures of a young pilot known as Rookie One, a farmer from Tatooine in the style of Luke Skywalker. The game largely takes place during the events of Episode IV: A New Hope; however, the sequences on Hoth from The Empire Strikes Back are included...
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Star Wars: Rebel Assault - PC DOS
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