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Air Warrior

Air Warrior

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1990

Air Warrior is a Simulation game, developed by Kesmai and published by On-Line, which was released in 1990. How many PD flight simulators have you ever come across? None. Air Warrior is a different sort of flight simulator, aimed at those who prefer dogfights to final approaches. The planes available range from the lowly World War I Spad to the rather good Super Sabre of the 1950s. Tank, jeeps and trucks can also be driven around the battle area. There is more to it than choosing a plane and roaring off the runway. Air Warrior runs in two different modes: practise and online. In practise...

Air Warrior

Air Warrior

MS-DOS - Released - 1992

Air Warrior is an online multiplayer flight simulator. The flight line comes with a stable of 17 WW II era fighters (P-51D Mustang, P-38J Lighting, F4U Corsair, Spitfire MK IX, BF-109F, FW-190, YAK-9D) and bombers (B-17G Flying Fortress, B-25J Mitchell, Junkers JU-88) from 5 nations for your aerial dogfights and bombing missions. Connect via the GEnie network or fly head-2-head against a friend at modem speeds as low as 1200 baud. If you played via GEnie network, the battles could contain up to 50 people from all over America at the same time. Each plane has unique features in regards...

Air Warrior

Air Warrior

Commodore CDTV - Released - 1991

Air Warrior was a multiplayer on-line air-combat simulator launched by Kesmai in 1988. It was hosted on GEnie and used that service as a server for client software running on a variety of personal computers available in that era. It underwent continual improvement through its decade-long lifetime with Kesmi, appearing on new platforms and host services. Electronic Arts purchased Air Warrior in 1999, and became provider of the game, but it was discontinued in 2001.

Air Warrior

Air Warrior

Atari ST

Air Warrior is an online multiplayer flight simulator. The flight line comes with a stable of 17 WW II era fighters (P-51D Mustang, P-38J Lighting, F4U Corsair, Spitfire MK IX, BF-109F, FW-190, YAK-9D) and bombers (B-17G Flying Fortress, B-25J Mitchell, Junkers JU-88) from 5 nations for your aerial dogfights and bombing missions. Connect via the GEnie network or fly head-2-head against a friend at modem speeds as low as 1200 baud. If you played via GEnie network, the battles could contain up to 50 people from all over America at the same time. Each plane has unique features in regards...

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