First post, by Sedaris
Hello everybody, in the last year I not only collected a lot of informations, but also had a few nice chats with modders and community leaders about the classic Star Trek and Star Wars games. Some of that information I want to share with you, especially the best way play those titles on Windows 10. Since there are so many games from both franchises, I still have some big holes in the list below. If you already found a fix, please let me know and I will add it to the list.
Missing links will be included a bit later
ST: 25th Anniversary - For the GOG/Steam version update those config lines
ST: Judgement Rites - For the GOG/Steam version update those config lines
ST: TNG: A Final Unity - ?
ST: Klingon - ?
ST: Borg - ?
ST: DS9: Harbinger - ?
ST: Starfleet Academy - ?
ST: Generations - ?
ST: Klingon Honor Guard - ?
ST: Starship Creator - ?
ST: Birth of the Federation - You can download a patched version of the game from ArmadaFleetCommand. It includes not only fixes for the game, but also all the major mods and widescreen support.
ST: Starfleet Command - ?
ST: Hidden Evil - ?
ST: Armada - Install the 1.2 patch, then the 1.3 unoffical patch and after that copy the DirectDraw wrapper into your installation folder
ST: DS9: The Fallen - ?
ST: Klingon Academy - Install the combined patch
ST: New Worlds - ?
ST: Starfleet Command 2 - ?
ST: Starship Creator 2 - ?
ST: VOY: Elite Force - In this post you find some recommended settings and fixes.
ST: DS9: Dominion Wars - To play it on Windows 10 check this out
ST: Armada 2 - Install the 1.1 patch and 1.25 unoffical patch
ST: Away Team - To install the game start the Setup.exe as admin
ST: Starfleet Command 3 - Install the patch v534b, HD&Gamespy patch and dgVoodoo2. For dgVoodoo: Copy dgVoodoo.conf, dgVoodooCpl.exe and all the files from MS folder into the main folder of SFC3
ST: Bridge Commander - For widescreen support download this. After that read the instruction where you should copy the files or what settings you have to change for your native resolution
ST: Elite Force 2 - In this post you find some recommended settings and fixes.
ST: Legacy - Works with Windows 10 with the vanilla version and the 1.2 patch
SW: X-Wing - A few fixes for the game
SW: Rebel Assaut -?
SW: Tie Fighter - A few fixes for the game
SW: Rebel Assault 2 -?
SW: Dark Forces - ?
SW: Shadow of the Empire - ?
SW: Jedi Knight: Dark Forces 2 - ?
SW: X-Wing vs. Tie Fighter - A few fixes for the game
SW: Rebellion - To fix the 3d battles download dgvoodoo2 and copy all 3 dll files from the MS folder and place them in your SW: Rebellion main folder
SW: Rogue Squadron - ?
SW: X-Wing Alliance - A few fixes for the game
SW: Episode 1: The Phantom Menace - ?
SW: Episode 1: Racer - Here are some fixes for the disk and gog version
SW: Force Commander - To install this game you need a custom installer. A guide and installer can be found here.
SW: Starfighter - ?
SW: Galactic Battlegrounds - ?
SW: Jedi Knight 2: Jedi Outcast - For widescreen and a recommended fan patch look at this post
SW: Galaxies - If you still have your original disks, you can play either the original SWG from 2003-2005 or play the lastest version from 2011
SW: Knights of the old Republic - ?
SW: Jedi Knight 3: Jedi Academy - For widescreen look at this post
SW: Battlefront - For multiplayer you should get either the Steam or GOG version
SW: Knights of the old Republic 2 - ?
SW: Republic Commando - To fix some graphic issues and multiplayer bugs download this community patch
SW: Battlefront 2 - For multiplayer you should get either the Steam or GOG version and for a better experience I strongly recommend to download the SWBF2 Remaster Mod
SW: Empire at War - This time only the Steam version gives you a new multiplayer service