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- Deep in enemy territory, you've got to fly your P-40 on a dangerous top secret mission. The skies are thick with a deadly rain of armour-piercing fire. They chose you for one reason. You're the best there is. You know the score, so aim right and fly tight. The skies are anything but friendly tonight.
- Bomb out enemy artillery bunkers and tanks in the jungle.
- Strafe and bomb box cars and tanks in the railway yard.
- Overpower squadrons of enemy aircraft and battleship fleets.
NOBODY EVER SAID IT WOULD BE EASY...
Contributed by Jeanne (76590) on Aug 21, 2008.
FOR FULL THROTTLE
SKY SHARK(r) FOR YOUR NINTENDO ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM(r)
The Original Arcade Hit Is Here Now!
Get ready for the flight of your life with the awesome WW II air battle, Sky Shark(r). Pilot your P-40 fighter plane over a scrolling landscape of dangerous enemy territory. Use your machine guns, bombs and pilot skills to knock out attacking tanks, anti-aircraft guns and an armada of deadly battleships and aircraft carriers. The final fight brings you face to face with a massive flying fortress.
Now this white knuckle arcade thriller from Taito(r) is ready to fly on your Nintendo Entertainment System(r). You won't believe the five incredible levels of action.
We bring even more arcade excitement into your home with _other_ action packed hits like Bubble Bobble(tm), the addictive dinosaur romp, Operation Wolf(r), the awesome prisoner rescue mission, and Renegade(tm), the knock-out street-style karate brawl.
Take off for the guts and glory of taming the skies with the high flying action of Sky Shark(r). Don't be left on the ground.
TAITO(tm): THE _ONLY_ GAME IN TOWN.(tm)
(Source: page 4 of "The Sensational She-Hulk", Vol. 2, No. 12, Feb 1990.)
Contributed by Pseudo_Intellectual (59603) on Mar 03, 2008.
Strap in for the flight of your life. The battles of World War II were non-stop blood baths on the sea and in the skies. No squadron has more kills than yours and no one in your squadron is better than you. That's why they call you Sky Shark.
Contributed by tritium4ever (38) on Apr 09, 2000.