Chuck Yeager's Air Combat downloads
Chuck Yeager's Air Combat review
ACE (1991): "For those who prefer dizzying arrays of dials and technical authenticity to the more simplistic arcade aerobatics of, say, Jetfighter II, Chuck Yeager's Air Combat is a must. The image of the game as more of a training aid than a straight flight simulation helps to re-inforce the feeling of realism, and the later parts of the bulky manual - which interacts well with the program itself - make genuinely interesting reading. Definitely NOT for boy racers who can't handle more than up-down-left-right-fire, but if you seek a more challenging and longer-lasting experience, you can't go wrong."
Computer Gaming World (1991): "A combat flight simulator offering the ability to fly scenarios in World War II, Korea or Vietnam, or mix and match them. Good graphics, good game play and an excellent post-mission analysis yield a high recommendation."
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- Clyde3D 06/04/2020 06:19Chuck Yeager Quote: We would see who came back to base with the most beat up propeller after flying mere feet above the desert floor"
What a stud.
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