After the Cold War, a new sport emerged using surplus fighters from World War I, II, and the 20th century. must outperform and shoot his opponents to win each race in a typical season. Four aircraft with unique control methods make World War I fighters easier to use than modern jets. The Fokker Dr.I, P-38 Lightning, and F-16 Fighting Falcon start the game. Three types of World War I and World War II piston-driven fighter aircraft and modern jet aircraft are shown in interesting packaging art (right) by Bay area freelance illustrator Marc Ericksen for American SEGA.
The view is always from the aircraft's rear on all 3D courses. Hilly terrain lets players see the race's checkpoint columns. Bob's Pro Shop sells better planes. The black market offers advanced weapons at much higher prices than pro shops.
Use arrow key and try some key ( Shift, Enter, Z, X, A, S , Q, E, R, T, G, F, H ) to controls the game.