Su-25 Sturmovik Su-25 Sturmovik
Su-25_Sturmovik
Release Date - 1990
Platform - PC
Developer - Rick Tiberi and Brent Iverson
Publisher - Electronic Arts
In collection - Yes
Comments - The NATO codename for the Sturmovik is FrogFoot... who picks these names?? ...I know, a committee... and Ian Boys tells me that the Russian codename Sturmovik translates as The Assaulter or The Attacker and is used both of the Su-25 (and earlier the IL-2) in particular and of ground attack aircraft in general. The Su-25 has been sadly neglected by game designers... the next one appeared as a footnote in NATO Fighters. The NATO codename for the Sturmovik is FrogFoot... who picks these names?? ...I know, a committee... and Ian Boys tells me that the Russian codename Sturmovik translates as The Assaulter or The Attacker and is used both of the Su-25 (and earlier the IL-2) in particular and of ground attack aircraft in general.

The Su-25 has been sadly neglected by game designers... the next one appeared as a footnote in NATO Fighters.

Your mission
Graphics
Cockpit
Arming the Su-25
The manual
Box Art - Box back
Links

Hands up all those who want a new Su-25 sim !! ... mmm, not probably enough unfortunately, considering we can't even get an A-10 Warthog sim, and that aircraft is a household name compared to the Frogfoot.

This sim probably runs well on a 386, it screams along on a 486 or above. You'll need a utility such as mo'slo to run it on a Pentium.

HINT: "I think this is overall the most enjoyable flight sim I have ever played from a gameplay standpoint. Using my Pentium 133, if I pressed the "T" key (which is Time Compression key in the game), then it allows my plane to lift-off -- try it, it worked every time for me! And, once lifted off, you can set the Time Compression "T" "off" and continue with a totally normal flight mission!
MiGMan thanks Mark for this hint.

Brent Iverson