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F/A-18 Interceptor

Amiga - 1988

Year 1988
Platform Amiga
Released in Germany, United Kingdom, United States
Genre Simulation
Theme Cold War, Flight, North America, Vehicular Combat Simulator, War
Publisher Electronic Arts Ltd., Electronic Arts, Inc.
Developer Intellisoft, Inc.
Perspectives 1st-Person, 3rd-Person
4.9 / 5 - 10 votes

Description of F/A-18 Interceptor

Here is the video game “F/A-18 Interceptor”! Released in 1988 on Amiga, it's still available and playable with some tinkering. It's a simulation game, set in a flight, vehicular combat simulator, war, cold war and north america themes.

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Comments and reviews

pinky 2023-03-12 0 point

This game was the best game ever made for the A600 i play this game so many times and i like this game very much!

SheepDip 2022-04-24 1 point

Way back when the A500 came out, I was a proud owner of a C128.
When I saw F/A-18 Interceptor running as a demo in an electrical store, I bought my first A500 and this amazing game immediately!
Real life faded into the background after that, lol! :o)

groverfd 2022-01-19 3 points

I loved this game so much, I decided to make a replica - its not an exact replica, but its made as a homage to this awesome game. Hope people like it :)

Dennis 2020-12-06 0 point

Best flight simulator on Amiga 500. Played the Multiplayer with my neighbor. A lot of fun and best control compared to other simulators...Figher Bomber was terrible for example.

volkstar 2020-06-13 -1 point

how do you install the game?

DaveP 2020-01-19 1 point

My first flight sim and I think my favourite. Pretty simple, but I found you could actually dog fight somewhat with the other planes and trying to get a full missile lock was pretty fun. Other flight sims afterwards seem to have you just pointing and shooting your missile or forever dodging sam's. I'm ashamed to say I also made my own key wheel.

OG-spl 2019-05-15 1 point

together with sublogic flight simulator and this one F18 intercepter THE forefathers of nowadays flightsim world this is where it ALL started with in the late 80ies
it was a GREAT time fliying for the first time real time in simulation in missions and in a tiny inimini scenerie surounding of only a few bits and bytes.
these days everyone HAS TO be very sparse with the given data space to program or perform in. it layed down the very fundament of nowadays simflying.
still remember long nights of mission flying until the mornings when finally everything was carried out perfectly and went to bed VERY satisfyed.
try it it is and was GREAT.

Panti 2018-11-20 1 point

incredible game - shooting other aircrafts so easy (always just a dot, firing a missile 2 dots.. - but when finally ramming the ejected enemy in midair I guess theyd loved to add even some blood here^ just lovely), but landings so damn hard.
Especially when u eveb need to catch one of the 4 breaking ropes.
Kill the enemy with machinegun, no problem - but carrier landings are nightmare.. ;)

Fingerpuk 2017-07-16 -1 point

I think this game was the game I played the most on my Amiga with my trusty £9 stick. I couldnt afford a legit version so had to make my own version of the key wheel. Loved this game.

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