F-16 Fighting Falcon
Falcon Collection, a retro flight sim anthology, is available now, DRM-free on GOG.com – with a 40% launch discount on the Weekend Promo: Retro Mishmash.
Falcon was a game changer. Realism was the name of the game, and Falcon did things that have never been done before. Realistic simulated physics, a detailed, first-person cockpit view, and a ridiculous manual. Starting from Falcon in 1987, through Falcon A.T. and Falcon 3.0 – each release brought us closer to the very real flight experience.
Among the games’ goodies, you’ll also find a bonus as-is copy of Falcon 4.0, but also the “Art of the Kill” instructional video & PDF – a very real lesson, by a very real F-16 pilot, on how to tame the supersonic arsenal. Simulation mechanics are one thing, the spirit of flight is another – and the foreword says it all:
“Art of the Kill has been designed to teach you the fundamentals of Basic Fighter Maneuvers (BFM). As the name implies, BFM is the cornerstone of tactical fighter aviation. Since its principles are rooted in the laws of physics, geometry and aerodynamics, they are non-negotiable and cannot be finessed.”
Take to the skies in the extremely realistic Falcon Collection now available, DRM-free on GOG.com.
Source:: GOG – Good Old Games