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Description

U.S. Navy Fighters allows players to fly US naval aircraft over Ukraine in a war against Russia. The game features a campaign, single missions, an in-game single mission creator, and a quick mission creator.

Screenshots

U.S. Navy Fighters DOS A Tomcat taking-off from the Eisenhower
U.S. Navy Fighters DOS Mission Briefing
U.S. Navy Fighters DOS A Tomcat ready to land
U.S. Navy Fighters DOS Weapons selection

Promo Images

U.S. Navy Fighters Screenshot
U.S. Navy Fighters Screenshot
U.S. Navy Fighters Screenshot

Alternate Titles

  • "傲气雄鹰" -- Chinese spelling (Simplified)

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User Reviews

A Flight SIM that is a BIT too Arcade Like..... NotTwoQuick (22) 3.33 Stars3.33 Stars3.33 Stars3.33 Stars3.33 Stars

Critic Reviews

Coming Soon Magazine Apr, 1995 91 out of 100 91
Computer Gaming World (CGW) Feb, 1995 4.5 Stars4.5 Stars4.5 Stars4.5 Stars4.5 Stars 90
Score Jan, 1995 89 out of 100 89
Power Play Dec, 1994 84 out of 100 84
Play Time Jan, 1995 82 out of 100 82
PC Gamer Feb, 1995 82 out of 100 82
Privat Computer PC 1995 4 out of 5 80
High Score Apr, 1995 4 out of 5 80
PC Format (UK) Dec, 1994 80 out of 100 80
PC Games (Germany) Jan, 1995 72 out of 100 72

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Trivia

The game was unrealistic, but really fun to play due to its great dogfights and the control players had over the game.

Many computers at the time of its release could barely run the game because of its great graphics, complete with high-res modes and full textures.

Flyable aircraft were: F-14 Tomcat, F/A-18 Hornet, A-7 Corsair, F-22 "Lightning II" (carrier capable of course), Su-33 Flanker, and F-104 Starfighter (added as a bonus plane with no real relevance).

USNF was the precursor to EA's/Jane's Advanced Tactical Fighters, USNF'97, Fighters Anthology, etc.

Custom libraries were addons made by users, which added aircraft, weapons, vehicles, etc. and some made the game more realistic.
John Peterson (24) added U.S. Navy Fighters (DOS) on Jun 08, 2000