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The SWAT series are the follow up of Sierra's classic adventure game series Police Quest. The adventure game decreased in popularity by the mid-nineties and Jim Walls, the former series designer, left Sierra and was replaced by real-life SWAT founder Daryl F. Gates. After Gates released Open Season, Sierra searched out new genres for the popular police simulation series. SWAT and SWAT 2 were fifth and sixth games of Police Quest series, before the Police Quest title was dropped in the later SWAT games. SWAT 3 was later rereleased as part of the the Police Quest: SWAT Generation compilation.


Police Quest series

Title Year Developer Publisher
Daryl F. Gates' Police Quest: SWAT 1995 Sierra Entertainment Sierra Entertainment
Police Quest: SWAT 2 1998 Yosemite Entertainment Sierra Entertainment

SWAT series

Title Year Developer Publisher
SWAT 3: Close Quarters Battle 1999 Sierra Northwest Sierra Entertainment
SWAT: Global Strike Team 2003 Argonaut Games Argonaut Games
Sierra Entertainment
SWAT 4 2005 Irrational Games Vivendi Universal Games
Sierra Entertainment
SWAT 4: The Stetchkov Syndicate 2006 Irrational Games Vivendi Universal Games
Sierra Entertainment
SWAT Force 2006 Kaolink Vivendi Games Mobile
SWAT: Target Liberty 2007 3G Studios Sierra Entertainment
SWAT Elite Troops 2008 Rovio Mobile Vivendi Games Mobile

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