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The conflict is escalating.
A neutral family fights for its business - and its survival - and is swept up in the struggle against the encroaching Empire. You must defy the strong-arm tactics of a rival family who will stop at nothing to destroy your trading company. Ultimately, you will join the Rebel Alliance for a series of covert assignments and uncover information about the Empire’s second Death Star project. The finale? You'll find yourself at the controls of the legendary Millennium Falcon, flying against the massive Imperial fleet in the Battle of Endor. X-Wing Alliance puts you right in the middle of the epic Star Wars conflict - and takes space combat excitement to new heights.


The last game of the X-Wing series so far 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. Ace is the youngest son of Azzameen family. They own and work in a small trade company and rival a big company, Twin Suns.
In opening missions for undertaken for the family, Ace (player) learns basic control of space ships and begins performing family trades and orders. However in one mission Ace helps Rebels (which family have a liking for) and this event doesn't go long without the Empire's attention. The Empire attacks Azzameen family base and capture Ace's father and brother. The rest of the family escapes to the Rebel Alliance. Ace (with his droid Emkay) joins the Rebellion's army to avenge and free his father and brother. Ace goes through two training missions in Rebel starfighters and becomes a regular Rebel pilot. Then, Ace begins to complete classic missions like in the old X-Wing game (sometimes must Ace complete some family mission). 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, A.K.A Salvage Yard.
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.

Names of the battles:

  • Prologue: Family Business (7 missions)

  • Battle 0: Joining the Rebellion (2 missions)

  • Battle 1: Clearing the Way (7 missions)

  • Battle 2: Secret Weapons of the Empire (6 missions)

  • Battle 3: Over the Fence (7 missions)

  • Battle 4: The Bothan Connection (6 missions)

  • Battle 5: Mustering the Fleet (7 missions)

  • Battle 6: The Darkest Hour (7 missions)

  • Battle 7: The Battle of Endor (4 missions)

    Unfortunately X-Wing Alliance game doesn't have any official mission disk, although it was originally planned (XWA's story is partly opened). The reason is probably smaller commercial success.

    X-Wing Alliance Front Cover
    X-Wing Alliance Back Cover



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