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DOS Games > Strategy > A > Air Force Commander for DOS

Air Force Commander

Genre: Strategy    |     Year: 1992    |     Publisher: Impressions    |     Developer: Impressions
Game Review (written by Mrbrightside23) Added on: 12/12/2006
Iíve just recently played Air Force Commander. I was a little skeptical at first but after a while I found it to be a great game. The step by step instructions were easy to follow to get to the desired game mode in order to play. Once the controls were discovered I found it very easy to adapt to the way the game was structured and of course the point of the missions. I would recommend this game to anyone interested in High class airborne fighting games.

As far as I can tell the detail and accuracy of the controls, planes and various landscapes were pretty good but a little sketchy in some areas. It seemed to be a bit choppy and hard to decipher far off but I believe that was just because the focus of attention should be on what is be played and not what is in the distance. The tasks in each mission were quite simple to begin with while increasing with difficulty as the game wore on. This is always nice because too many games are so realistic that they are way to difficult at the very beginning not really giving the player the chance to improve upon his/her skill.
Overall I was very
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impressed with the structure and layout of missions. Getting back to the detail, while some things seemed to be a little over rushed when it came to production, most of the main and important items were detailed satisfactorily. Not the best airborne simulation game Iíve played but still one of the better ones. The point of the game is of course to accomplish certain missions, earning points and titles as the game progresses. This in turn makes each level more and more difficult in order to keep the player interested. The game lacked spontaneity and out of the box thinking. Keeping most of the camera angles and terrain subject to what the player viewed. This took away a little bit from the realistic aspect of the game but really didnít harm the overall rating. I would recommend this game to anyone who has an interest in airborne flight simulations as well as tactical, navy, army and war aspects.
The game fully delivers on its promise to achieve high class realism and detail in every aspect and function. Overall the game is one that should be kept on the site and downloaded with regularity.
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Bbx (10/04/2006)
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