30th November 2000
Go Full burner
on the shelves it's worth a look back at the previous incarnations.
- In the Museum:
- Mission Studios
- Jetfighter II
- Jetfighter II - Advanced Mission Disk
- Jetfighter III
- Jetfighter Full Burn
- JetFighter 4
- Jetfighter 5
- Bob Dinnerman, creator of F/A 18 Interceptor
- Michael Woodley
Fight the FalconF-16 Fighting Falcon by Digital Integration
Fly with a friend
Get the feeling
One Mac-Hornet to go, thanks
F/A-18 3.0 - Those were the days when Macs were actually useful for something !
Graphic Simulations CorporationGraphic Simulations Corporation F/A-18 series first saw light of day on the Apple Macintosh series of computers and developed into a stunning sim on the PC - F/A-18 3.0
Defend the Fleet
Added a new screenshot - Taking off in the F-14 Tomcat.
The programmers packed as much detail as was possible into the VGA resolution. The very next Super-VGA cards hit the market and at 640 x 400 resolution there was no looking back!
Fly and fight
Ah... those were the days! I had just built my cockpit and the partnering of Janes and Electronic Arts to form Janes Combat Simulations seemed about to usher in a whole new era of flight simming fidelity.
Heady days !
US Navy Fighters
On Dawn Patrol
One Fortress, flyingAdded the box art for the original 1992 release - which by the way you can download free at www.bombs-away.net/downloads - This web link is no longer valid >>
B17 Flying Fortress
Exhibit: Aces of the Pacific
Exhibit: Aces Over Europe (1992)
- added the box art.
Ace the Pacific
An earlier WW2 Pacific air combat classic : 1942: Pacific Air War (1994).
Len "Viking 1" Hjalmarson unearthed a magazine advertisement which pushed the feature of being able to fly the historic battles from both sides.