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1942: The Pacific Air War (DOS)

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Trivia

AI

The AI in the game actually gives "stick and rudder" commands to each of the planes it controls. You can see the ailerons, elevators, and rudders move realistically.

Extras

1942: The Pacific Space War comes with a Pilot Handbook which, in turn, contains a magnificent historical overview of World War II.

Gameplay

Technically, it is NOT necessary for you to fly the planes personally. The game has a full strategic engine that can simulate all conflicts. You could just click on the carrier(s) and issue orders like arm for strike and things like that.


Information also contributed by Kasey Chang

Contributed by Tomer Gabel (4374) on Mar 28, 2000. [revised by : Patrick Bregger (116106)]. -- edit trivia