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ZOOM US Navy Fighters
$14.95 (DOS) (Small Retail) (USNAVYFPR)

Electronic Arts

Game

Ratings:

4 1/2 stars from CD-ROM Today

Air Combat

Combat pilots call it Situational Awareness - Tracking Bandits - Anticipating Moves - Keeping Cool. The Red Baron had it. Top Guns have it. Now YOU have it with U.S. Navy Fighters. Stay on top of the action with photo-realistic graphics, real time audio, rear view mirrors, automatic target tracking, pop-up MFDs and multiple external views. The FIRST title in EA's new Air Combat Series of CD-ROM flight simulations, U.S. Navy Fighters delivers the experience.

Designed by the best: The award-winning creators of Chuck Yeager's Air Combat.

5 Fighters: F-14 Tomcat, F/A-18 Hornet, F-22 Lightning II, A-7 Corsair II, and Su-33 Flanker D.

Fully texture-mapped objects, bit-mapped animation, digitized explosions, and special effects.

Authentic carrier ops, wing-man management, take-offs and landings.

4 ways to play: 50 Single missions, a Tour of Duty, Quick Mission Builder and a Pro Mission Builder

Rear view mirrors, automatic "Tracking view", pop-up windows, multiple external views.

Fighter Sweeps, ground strikes, anti-ship, close air support, combat air patrols, and more.

4-track digital stereo sound including spoken audio delivers a totally realistic audio experience. Sound & Music from the Fatman.

Bandits use team tactics, vertical maneuvers, jinking high G turns, chaff, flares, and the design strengths of their aircraft.

Requirements:

486 DX 25MHz or faster (320x200), 4MB RAM, 5MB free disc space, 7MB free hard drive space (for partial installation), 16MB free hard drive space (for full installation), MS-DOS 5.0 or higher, single speed CD-ROM drive or faster, SVGA graphics card, MS mouse or 100% compatible.

Recomended: 486DX2/66 MHz VLB or faster (640x480), Pentium processor (800x600 or higher), 17 MB fre disc space, 8 MB RAM, double speed CD-ROM drive, sound card.

Supported: All major sound cards, ThrustMaster products.

For Windows 95 users: This product runs under Windows 95 with a DOS reboot. Please use the install program and shortcut icon provided.

Documentation is on-disc (printer required to print on-disc manuals).

Reviews:

CD-ROM Today, June 1995

"This game pushes the envelope at every seam as it strives to deliver a thorough simulation of training, action, and life aboard a U.S. air-craft carrier. It covers almost everything, and everything's accessible in one smooth, well-designed game."

"From the main menu, you can jump into one of the 50 predesigned missions, build a custom mission, start or continue a military campaign, or check out an online aircraft reference. If that's still not enough for you, check out the multi-mission campaign against the Russian extremists causing mischief in the Ukraine."

"The game provides looks in every direction, inside and out. There's even a "rear view mirror" mode that displays a 180-degree shot about your heads-up display. It's all here in one gorgeous package. I have talked to several carrier pilots about U.S. Navy Fighters, and they've told me that this sim is dead on target. But remember, these are some tough birds to fly. You should be prepared for a steep learning curve as you master the controls. Once you do, you'll discover that this game is an absolute treat."



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