F-16 Multirole Fighter

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Developer(s) NovaLogic
Publisher(s) NovaLogic
Series Lockheed Martin Fighter Series
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows
Release 1998
Genre(s) Flight simulator

F-16 Multirole Fighter is a combat flight simulation game, released by NovaLogic in 1998. It focuses on the F-16 Fighting Falcon, and uses the same game engine as MiG-29 Fulcrum; both were reissued together in 2001 as a double-disc edition named Jet Pack.[1]

Gameplay[edit]

Being a simulation, F-16 Multirole Fighter is reasonably accurate, especially when compared to most console arcade-style games such as Namco's Ace Combat series and Konami's Airforce Delta series. Features such as limited ammunition quantity (important to consider when playing through campaigns) fuel levels, and that many flight characteristics come into play; things like engine flameouts, flatspins, red and blackouts (affected by the g-forces) so the player must quickly learn to compensate.

Campaigns[edit]

The campaigns in F-16 Multirole Fighter vary and take place across the globe; featuring locations such as Serbia, Burma, Liberia, Somalia and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Jet Pack". Novalogic. Retrieved April 28, 2016.