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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-1990s and Jim Walls, the former series designer, left Sierra and was replaced by real-life SWAT founder Daryl Gates. After Gates released Open Season, Sierra searched out new genres for the popular police simulation series. SWAT and SWAT 2 were the fifth and sixth games in the Police Quest series, before the Police Quest title was dropped from the later SWAT games. SWAT 3 was later included as part of the Police Quest: SWAT Generation compilation.
Police Quest series
|Daryl F. Gates' Police Quest: SWAT||1995||Sierra Entertainment||Sierra Entertainment|
|Police Quest: SWAT 2||1998||Yosemite Entertainment||Sierra Entertainment|
|SWAT 3: Close Quarters Battle||1999||Microsoft Windows||Sierra Northwest||Sierra Entertainment|
|SWAT: Global Strike Team||2003||PlayStation 2, Xbox||Argonaut Games||Argonaut Games
|SWAT 4||2005||Microsoft Windows||Irrational Games||Vivendi Universal Games
|SWAT 4: The Stetchkov Syndicate||2006||Microsoft Windows||Irrational Games||Vivendi Universal Games
|SWAT Force||2006||Mobile phones||Kaolink||Vivendi Games Mobile|
|SWAT: Target Liberty||2007||PlayStation Portable||3G Studios||Sierra Entertainment|
|SWAT Elite Troops||2008||Mobile phones||Rovio Mobile||Vivendi Games Mobile|
- Kelly, Neon (7:00 p.m., May 23, 2011). "Irrational unlikely to ever make SWAT 5". VideoGamer. Pro-G Media. Retrieved October 2, 2013.
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