Featuring the complete collection of updated versions of Falcon 3.0 , MiG-29TM, Operation: Fighting TigerTM and Art of the KillTM, the award-winning F-16 air combat simulation is still highly rated by consumers and cited as the benchmark of flight sims by reviewers. The product line has earned over 10 awards, including "Simulation of the Year" from Computer Gaming World and "Best Flight Simulation" from PC Games.
A sophisticated campaign game, seven huge real-world contoured terrains, accurate mapping, multiplayer gaming via modem, direct connect or network, and a high-fidelity combat flight model are just some of the reasons why Falcon Gold has had such long-term playability. The Falcon product line has sold more than 700,000 copies worldwide since its inception.
MiG-29 packs all the graphics, realism and sophistication of detail that has made Falcon 3.0 so popular. Based on the famous Mikoyan-Gurevich fighter, a jet known for its agility and sophisticated weaponry, MiG-29 lets the flight sim enthusiast know what it's like to fight for the "other side."
Hornet: Naval Strike Fighter
Hornet: Naval Strike Fighter lets flight-simulation enthusiasts assume the role of a U.S. Navy or Marine Corps F/A-18 fighter pilot and fly joint operations for the West with their Air Force F-16 brethren. It is the only fighter simulation that lets simulation pilots create cooperative missions with F- 16 Falcons in seven Falcon 3.0 theaters of conflict.
Operation: Fighting Tiger; Art of the Kill
Operation: Fighting Tiger (OFT) offers three exciting new theaters for Falcon 3.0 and MiG-29. Players can fly campaigns in either Japan, Korea or India/Pakistan. Art of the Kill is a combination book and live-action CD-ROM video that teaches the flight sim enthusiast modern dogfighting techniques. Art of the Kill was designed and written by Air National Guard Weapons Officer and F-16 Instructor Pilot Pete Bonanni.