In the Flight Sim Museum
- F15 Strike Eagle III by Microprose Glen Pearce Visitor
MiGMan, Thank you for keeping this game alive.
I fell in love with this sim the year it came out. I have an "vintage" 486DX2 @ 66 that I keep in the attic just so I can run this game. It is the perfect balance between "arcade" and "realistic simulation". Are you aware of any resources that enable this to be run from a USB thumbdrive or bootable CD?
I keep thinking I should get rid of the old computer, but nothing has ever met my expectations since F15III, and I refuse to part with my ability to run this game. Perhaps you can recommend a solution? I ran it successfully on Win98 but have since started using W2K for my main computer. I plan to "seek until I find" a way to make this work on new computers. I would sincerely appreciate your help."
Thanks again, James
Mon 20 Feb 2006
Thanks James - maybe one of the Museum's readers can help you out. I agree - F15 Strike Eagle 3 was a replayable blend of fun and
action with seemingly infinite mission variety. Clever little Microprose!