Air Combat 22
|Air Combat 22|
Screenshot of gameplay
|Cabinet||Air Combat upgrade kit
Dedicated deluxe cabinet (78" x 43" x 111")
|Arcade system||Namco Super System 22|
|CPU||1x Motorola 68020 @ 24.576 MHz,
2x Texas Instruments TMS32025 @ 41.952 MHz
|Sound||1x C352 @ 16.384 MHz|
|Display||Horizontal orientation, Raster, 640 x 480 resolution, 32768 palette colors|
Air Combat 22 (エアーコンバット 22? Eā Konbatto 22) is a flight simulator arcade game, released by Namco in 1995; it is the arcade sequel to Air Combat in the Ace Combat series, and was named Air Combat "22" because it runs on Namco's Super System 22 hardware.
Players can control one of three aircraft, namely the Grumman F-14 Tomcat, Sukhoi Su-27 and the Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor, with the last being proposed at the time the game was released. It was available as either a conversion kit for the original Namco System 21 Air Combat cabinet, or a dedicated deluxe cabinet (measuring 78" high, 43" wide and 111" deep).
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