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The Games Machine (UK)
Its 8-bit origins are still apparent, particularly in offering only one game scenario. Strike Force Harrier offers a competent combat simulator which, though limited in options, has been professionally converted to the Amiga.
[Budget re-release] It's pretty fine, but at the price it's been rather out-evolved by F/A-18. Do take a look though.
Computer and Video Games (CVG)
I know of at least four new flight sim - type games currently under development for the Amiga. Mirrorsoft's Strike Force Harrier will be the one that wins the race to the software shelves - it may well prove to be the most entertaining as well with its neat mix of pure sim and arcade game play.
ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment)
Although instrumentation is limited, the sheer playability of this flight sim makes it a good buy for search-and-destroy buffs - particular on the ST - but don't expect bulky training manuals, total authenticity, or dozens of control/display options.