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3rd person view.
Blast the enemy.
End of level ship.
The title screen
Flying behind the 'copter.
Title screen and scores
Beginning the first mission
There are a variety of land and air targets to shoot at
One of the 3D stages in the game
This enemy aircraft carrier is well guarded!
Destroying enemy choppers
You need to fly through that narrow opening
Look out, you're under attack!
Title screen (EGA/Tandy)
Get ready for the first level (EGA/Tandy)
Watch out for fire from those tanks (EGA/Tandy)
Bombing targets (EGA/Tandy)
Oops, I've been hit! (EGA/Tandy)
One of the 3D portions of the game (EGA/Tandy)
Prepare to attack an aircraft carrier! (EGA/Tandy)
This carrier is well guarded (EGA/Tandy)
Destroying tanks in this canyon (EGA/Tandy)
The high scores (EGA/Tandy)
Title screen (CGA)
Blasting ground targets (CGA)
One of the 3D portions of the game (CGA)
The high scores (CGA)
Shot down on the ground
Flying high into the air
Level 2: Flying over a carrier deck
Bombing the sealed turrets
Lots of explosions
Crashing into the sea
Tanks at a crossroad
Flying through the city at night.
Approaching a flying fortress.
Destroying part of the fuselage.
You also have to fly through cave and avoid the pillars of stone.
Stage 1 Get Ready screen
Stage 1 (top-down perspective)
Shot in mid-air
In this stage, most ground-based cars and other vehicles do not pose a threat
Launched two missiles (top-down perspective)
A fireball coming toward you
Stage 1 (3rd-person perspective)
Launched two missiles (3rd-person perspective)
Approaching a city in the distance
Stage 2 (Top-down perspective)
Stage 2 (3rd-person perspective)
Don't crash into the rockface
Flying through "The Land of Blue"
Stage 3 Get Ready screen
Stage 3 (Top-down perspective)
Stage 3 (3rd-person perspective)
Stage 4 Get Ready screen
Stage 4 (Top-down perspective)
Stage 4 (3rd-person perspective)
Stationary on the ground
Best 5 Ranking
Behind the 'copter.
Builds are non-destroyable
Helicopter is now wreck
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