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The game has remarkable depth and is far more satisfying than most games of its kind. The manual contains a series of diagrams illustrating how your plane will react to the laws of physics. There are seven challenging missions to choose from, and a score is displayed after each game. The cockpit view was impressive in its time, but now its wire-frame terrain and triangular planes look pretty rough. The ultra low frame-rate doesn't help matters, resulting in choppy animation and less-than-crisp controls. It may not be the prize it once was, but for gamers with some patience and imagination, F-15 Strike Eagle still has the "right stuff".
The first "classic" fighter simulation, this
product was a classic in its time. However, it is
extremely dated in today's market.
The only problem with the game is an omission
in the documentation. The manual says
you have to return to the base after completing
a mission to rearm, refuel, and repair your aircraft.
This means landing at your base. No
where in the documentation does it tell you
how to land. After several tries, and several
crashes, I found that you have to approach the
base at below 1000 ft and you are automatically
landed. (...) Overall, F-15 is an excellent simulation. If you
liked Mig Alley Ace, you will love F-15 !