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 mode, there are no enemy planes and no dogfights – it is very good for getting flying practice.
To get at the real game you will need a modem. The idea is that you dial a number, and join in a war where all the pilots are human. That is right, in Air Warrior you can have many planes shooting at each other in a very small airspace.