Titan Empire

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Titan Empire
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Developer(s) Muse Software
Publisher(s) Muse Software
Platform(s) Apple II
Genre(s) Strategy
Mode(s) Single-player

Titan Empire is a strategy video game for the Apple II published by Muse Software in 1983



The player controls a ship resembling the Starship Enterprise. A militant government originating from a settlement on Saturn's moon Titan have started attacking neighboring moons and planets and taking over their government. It is the player's objective to stop the spread of the faction and free planets conquered by them. The player does this by bombing enemy planets and attacking enemy ships.


Computer Gaming World described Titan Empire as an "overall playable, but sometimes frustrating game". [1]

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  1. McPherson, James A. (February 1984). "Titan Empire". Computer Gaming World (review). pp. 15, 44.