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PROJECT: STEALTH FIGHTER
Military Aviation's Future...
Cloaked in secrecy, the U.S. government is spending billions to add an "invisible arm" to its state-of-the-art Air Force. The project is Stealth...the F-19 Covert, Survivable, In Weather Reconnaissance/Strike Fighter (COSIR). It's the hottest topic in aviation and MicroProse has painstakingly researched its capabilities.
Now you can experience the thrill of piloting one of these radar-elusive jets in PROJECT: STEALTH FIGHTER.
Keep a close watch on your electromagnetic profile as you slip past enemy defenses on missions throughout the world. Feel the jolt of an aircraft carrier landing or the G-forces from an acrobatic maneuver in a fast-paced dogfight. You may be difficult to see on radar...but you're not invisible.
And when the action starts to heat up and your palms begin to sweat, it's combat flying skills that make the difference. You'll need the air-to-air and air-to-ground missiles, laser guided bombs and cannon to complete your mission and get back safely.
*MULTIPLE MISSIONS--Scenarios in North Africa, the Persian Gulf, Central Europe and the North Cape of Scandinavia.
*SOPHISTICATED TECHNOLOGY--Advanced "head-up" display with 3-D out-the-cockpit view, reconnaissance cameras, electronic counter-measures.
*STATE-OF-THE-ART WEAPONRY--Select infrared, radar-homing or TV-guided missiles or laser-guided and free fall bombs as you arm your jet for a mission.
*REALISM--Aircraft carrier and ground airbase take-offs and landings, land, sea and air targets, high-tech enemy fighters, SAMS and AWACS.
*CONSTANT CHALLENGE--A complexity and quality of opposition including Cold War, Limited War or Conventional War.
Contributed by PCGamer77 (3028) on Jun 25, 2002.
Fly the jet fighter no enemy can detect! Engage opponents in tenacious aerial dogfights as you soar through four explosive war theaters in Libya, the Persian Gulf, the North Cape, and Central Europe! All brought to life by spellbinding graphics from MPS Labs!
Contributed by Zovni (9366) on Jul 02, 2001.