Mig-29 Fighter Pilot Download
PC compatible, P-100
Systems: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game features:Single game mode
With the fall of the Iron Curtain, Russia's hottest and most formidable multi-role fighter, the Mig-29, now falls into your hands. Mig-29 Fighter Pilot, from Domark, will give flight/battle sim fans their fill of combat-heavy action and precision flying. And the use of polygon graphics makes for blazing speed as you zoom through the game's three-dimensional terrain. Gamers who are technically inclined know that polygon graphics provide the fastest scene changes for first-person games. By breaking scenes down into collections of polygons, the computer can manipulate them at a faster rate, making for greater speeds without loss of detail.
You are in charge of spearheading NATO forces against General Hasouz, leader of a Middle Eastern state called Arzaria. Hasouz has invaded Sautar, an oil-rich principality; and now controls 25 percent of the world's oil supply. You'll fly a series of intense combat missions to liberate Sautar. But first get your feet wet with Training Missions. Once you're in full control of the Mig-29's awesome firepower and maneuverability, you're ready to head east...and into your first dangerous mission.
Your missions will take you into deadly enemy airspace as you take out the General's communications system, over treacherous waters to rescue a captured sub and directly into occupied territory to establish a staging post on Hasouz's airfield. Complete your fourth mission — code-named Operation Iron Hand — and you're almost home. But don't phone the folks yet: 31 SCUD missiles stand between you and success. Some of the SCUDs don't appear on your radar...so be sure you have enough cannon and rockets to handle them. Your final mission is to decommission the General's nuclear reactor before it begins producing nuclear warheads. Your target skills must be right on the money..or the world will pay the price. Destroy the main building next to the reactor and you may cause a breach in the containment wall, releasing radioactive materials or even causing a nuclear explosion. Not a wise move!