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Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell (Windows)

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Title Screen

Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell

Developer: Ubi Soft Montreal
Publisher: Ubi Soft
Platform: Windows
Released in US: February 19, 2003
Released in EU: February 28, 2003


GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
DebugIcon.png This game has debugging material.


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Splinter Cell is a stealth action game based on the works of prolific author Tom Clancy. As Third Echelon operative Sam Fisher, you must spy, steal, destroy, and assassinate across 9 missions in order to protect American freedoms.

Unused Characters

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Resources for a number of cut characters can be found in the Windows version of the game.

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Unused Weapon

A resource for an unused weapon is in the game files. Note the filename as this may have been Sam Fisher's weapon instead of the SC20K.

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MainGun

Unused Level Screenshots

Several screenshots of cut levels from an early build of the game were left in the final build's files for unknown reasons. Worth noting is that one of these images shows a bald Sam Fisher.

Debug Menus

Two debug menus can be found and turned on which allow the player to see things like an FPS counter and a visibility meter to enemies. the first debug menu can be found by opening the console and typing "STEALTH". The second debug menu can be found by typing the command "STAT ALL" in the console. This menu is composed of several little menus all on one screen displaying properties for things like, animation, sound, and textures.