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Ultra-nationalist army generals in ex-Soviet Russia revolt against their government, and plan to reclaim Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. As the president is forced into exile, increasing military activity attracts the attention of a small NATO reconnaissance unit in the area. They receive orders to investigate and deal with potential threats.

Campaign mode includes 20 missions taking place over a coastal industrial zone, high above the clouds, or out at sea. Missions range from reconnaissance (taking pictures of enemy facilities) to escorts, defending allied and bombing enemy facilities, and directly attacking enemy forces. For each mission, one of three planes, which differ mainly in armament, can be chosen: The F-14 Tomcat of the U.S. Navy is most suited for attacking ground targets, the Panavia Tornado of the German Luftwaffe carries 20 bombs for bombing runs, and the F-16 Fighting Falcon of the RAF is best suited for dogfights.

If the mission takes place over land, players can land at an allied airfield where their plane will be refuelled, repaired, and its ammunition restocked. The multiplayer mode allows up to 8 player to battle it out over a local network.


Red Clash '93 Windows Mission briefing (German astragon re-release)
Red Clash '93 Windows Escorting allied battleships out at sea
Red Clash '93 Windows High score table (I'm pretty much undefeated)
Red Clash '93 Windows Mission selection screen (German astragon re-release)

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Alternate Titles

  • "Air Attack: Kampfjet-Simulator" -- German tag-lined title
  • "Air Attack" -- German re-release Title

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7Wolf Magazine Mar 22, 2004 7.5 out of 10 75


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Daniel Saner (3237) added Red Clash '93 (Windows) on Jun 10, 2011