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In the first Secret Missions add-on to Wing Commander, the TCS Tiger's Claw responds to a distress call from the Terran colony in the Goddard System. Once they arrive, they find that the colony has been completely destroyed by a new Kilrathi secret weapon, with no survivors. The Tiger's Claw is then ordered to pursue the Kilrathi fleet into their own space and destroy this new weapon - without reinforcements or the ability to resupply...

The Secret Missions campaign adds 16 new missions to fly. Unlike the main game, there is no branching mission tree - progress is linear. There are also several new ships: a Confederation corvette, Kilrathi and Confederation freighters and of course the Kilrathi dreadnought with the secret weapon itself.

Characters from the main game can be transferred into the add-on, which also includes a "Mission Selector" to fly any of the missions from the original game.


Wing Commander: The Secret Missions DOS Nav-Com
Wing Commander: The Secret Missions DOS Terran Prisoners in a Kilrathi slave mine
Wing Commander: The Secret Missions DOS The first mention of Spirit's fiancee, a plot device that will play out in Wing Commander 2. (VGA)
Wing Commander: The Secret Missions DOS Cockpit view [Scimitar]

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Improves on Wing Commander but without adding anything new Pix (1224) 3.86 Stars3.86 Stars3.86 Stars3.86 Stars3.86 Stars
The first add-on disk for the original Wing Commander WizardX (117) unrated

Critic Reviews

Play Time Jul, 1991 74 out of 100 74
Computer Gaming World (CGW) Jul, 1991 Unscored Unscored


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The Kilrathi Admiral killed in front of the Emperor at the winning ending was supposed to be Emperor's son, i.e. the crown prince, and father of Prince Thrakkath, the villain in WC2 and WC3.
JubalHarshaw (200) added Wing Commander: The Secret Missions (DOS) on Mar 21, 2000
Other platforms contributed by Nicolas Agudelo (8)