Exhibit - F16 Combat Pilot
Release Date: 1989
Platform: Atari ST | Commodore 64 | Commodore Amiga | Amstrad CPC | PC | Sinclair ZX Spectrum
Developer: Digital Integration (DI)
Publisher : Digital Integration (DI)
In collection - Yes
Comments - The simple graphics of this sim belie the amount of information it presented to the pilot in real time, a milestone achievement for flight sims of the era. I first played it in the 1980's on an Atari ST. I used to fly on instruments most of the time and play with the comprehensive information available on the 3 Multi-Function Displays. It was the first flight sim with a dynamic battlefield.
This sim was a classic. I first played it in the 1980's on an Atari ST. The scenery was very basic but the cockpit was awesome! I used to fly on instruments most of the time and play with the comprehensive information available on the 3 Multi-Function Displays.
I even managed to play it head to head with two Ataris joined by a null modem cable.
Commodore Amiga version
Missions and weapons
Head to head
Splash screen - PC
Ready Room menu
Cockpit - on a TV monitor
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