Description of PHM Pegasus
The first and perhaps the only hydrofoil simulation, P.H.M. Pegasus has great graphics and gameplay for its time, although the scenarios were less interesting than the much-improved sequel Strike Fleet.
Its emphasis on fun over realism and simplistic controls and arcade-flavored gameplay probably makes the game more appealing to the casual strategy crowd than veteran gamers, but is still a good diversion from more serious simulations. The lack of career mode, or relationships of any kind between scenarios also mean that you can finish one game relatively quickly in 1-2 hour sitting.
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Deck Mopper 2019-02-03 0 point DOS version
EGA version doesn't look much better: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLTznskr2i2rZ5D11NpSr3te3nr9EINuDI
A Wise Old Man 2013-02-19 1 point DOS version
This was supposed to have EGA and 32-color VGA support, but someone at Luca$arts did some beancounting and decided to release the game as-is. Gameplay isn't bad, but by 1988 gamers had gotten sick of CGA and the concept of black as a "color". Piracy only hurt this game by allowing gamers to download a copy and see why not to spend money on it.
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