Freeworlds: Tides of War is a fan built Star Wars total conversion mod for Digital Anvil's Freelancer game that was released several years ago. When fans began to make mods for Freelancer, one of the many things people were keen on seeing was a Freelancer mod based on the Star Wars universe developed by George Lucas. Freeworlds and Tides of War were the answer to this outcry. The development team of both mods have now joined forces to create an epic new Star Wars TC, Freeworlds: Tides of War.

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Gabe_Schneider Sep 16 2013 says:

Staggeringly beautiful!

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WeeGee9000 Sep 16 2013 says:

Whoa! :D

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BlueSunsleader Sep 16 2013 says:


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KeBabKilla Sep 16 2013 says:

Ahhhh yeah! That's awesome!

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alenoguerol Sep 16 2013 says:

let there be rock n roll all over you ♪

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Daohor Sep 17 2013 says:

Dang nap it, hard to imagine that the old Freelancer was cable of supporting such beatutifull sights.

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evgenidb Sep 17 2013 replied:

It's not able to. The Freelancer's engine here is heavily updated and reworked. I won't be surprised at all if the new code is times more than the old one.

I've even stopped being surprised a long, long time ago. For any MOD.

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TSP-FriendlyFire Sep 17 2013 replied:

To be more precise, on this one picture the only thing the old engine does is feed the models. Starspheres? New system. Lights? New system. Illumination? New system.

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Teh-Critic Sep 17 2013 says:

I like it when games have dynamic lighting, adds more to the feeling of being real.

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Let there be light.

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