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Fighter Pilot

Formerly released by Digital Integration, who released a small, but high quality library of titles, most of which were simulation type games.

This put you in the seat of a top gun, with a hi res cockpit simply laid out with easy to read instruments.

There were practise runs, which lined you up with targets to hit, and then missions that when completed would rise you up the ranks.

Originally the game, as most of Digital Integrations titles were protected by the infamous lenslok device that was a piece of plastic that was held to the tv screen to gain a code to enter the game.





Platform : ZX Spectrum
Format : Cassette
Publisher : Byteback
Authors : D K Marshall
Date : 1990

Other Software by Byteback:

Item Manufacturer Platform Format Date
Fighter Pilot Byteback ZX Spectrum Cassette 1990
Tomahawk - Helicopter Flight Simulation Byteback ZX Spectrum Cassette 1990
Touring Car Racer Byteback Atari ST 3.5 Disk 1992

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH18751. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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