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More of a turn based strategy game than a flight simulator. DOS NĂ©lio (2060)

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Combined User Score 7 2.7


Critic Reviews

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DOSPC Magazine (Jul 24, 1984)
I shall attempt to keep my personal political and moral outrage to a minimum and concentrate instead on the worthiness of this product as a game. In a word: pitiful. The graphics are minimal, the sound effects are limited to annoying beeps, and the amount of thinking and reflexes demanded of the player is minuscule. Not that it gives me much comfort, but the designers have also assumed a tremendous amount of American military superiority: All it takes to get a MlG-25 off your tail is to type in "EC" for Electronic Countermeasures.
 
Apple IIComputer Gaming World (CGW) (Nov, 1981)
Regardless, B-1 NUCLEAR BOMBER from Microcomputer Games, Inc., a division of Avalon Hill Game Co. will bring hours of fun, especially to the war monger who has always wondered what it would be like to sit in the cockpit of a sophisticated flying machine and drop a nuclear load on the "enemy".
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Apple IIComputer Gaming World (CGW) (Jun, 1991)
An early game from Avalon Hill, its play mechanics are embarrassing in the contemporary market; in fact, its play mechanics were embarrassing when it was initially released.