DescriptionTrue to the aircraft’s flexibility, you pilot the F-16 in assignments as diverse as dogfights, bombing raids or reconnaissance missions. It is up to you to plan your flight route by setting waypoints on the tactical map prior to take-off; you can also (but need not) select the armament of your plane. When you have accumulated enough flight experience, you may command entire squadrons in the fictional Operation Conquest campaign, a simple simulation of an entire war theater that already hinted at what would later become DI’s Virtual Battlefield.
F-16 Combat Pilot allows multiplayer duels via modem or serial link.
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MediaThe DOS release of the game contains 3 disks, but installation requires only two of the three.
Use Disk 1 plus either Disk 2 or 3, depending upon which graphics you need. Disk 2 is for EGA and Tandy graphics, while Disk 3 is for CGA & Monochrome.
- Commodore Format
- July 1993 (Issue 34) - Modern Classics: Sims (Check 'em out)
- November 1994 (Issue 50) – #31 The All-Time Top 50 C64 Games
- European Computer Leisure Awards
- 1990 - Best Flight Simulator
- Power Play
- Issue 01/1990 - #3 Best Simulation in 1989
Sam Coupé versionThe game was in development for Sam Coupé and was to be published by Revelation Software. A demo version appeared on the covertape of Crash issue 92 (September 1991) but the full game was ultimately not published.
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