Exhibit: F-19 Stealth Fighter (1989)
Release Date: 1989
Platform: Atari, Commodore, and PC running MS-DOS.
Developer: Sid Meier
In collection: Yes
Comments: The Atari version had digitised sounds, I distinctly remember the "click" of the recon camera. The manual was probably the largest and most informative we had ever seen for a flight sim.
F-19 Stealth Fighter (1989) was the first version of F-117A Stealth Fighter. The smoothly profiled aircraft you can see on the box was based on aerospace industry observer's best guesses about what the mysterious 'Stealth Fighter' actually looked like.
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Playing this sim on my Atari ST prompted me to get back into scale modelling, so I went out and bought a 1/72 scale F-117 model, which although more accurate in general shape than the F19 guesses, still wasn't quite right, being too short and stubby.
- Magazine Advertisement
- Splash screen
- Multi Function Displays
- Box art
- Review of the ST version in The One magazine, 1990
- Splash Screen | Cockpit
- This sim was extensively revised and released as F-117A Stealth Fighter.
The Commodore Amiga version remembered
In early 2002 Simon Robbins kindly contributed these sims to the Flight Sim Museum Collection.
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