DOS - 1988
Description of Tomahawk
Digital Integration's early helicopter sim already includes many excellent features that would become the company's hallmarks: realistic flight model, authentic instrument panels, varied missions, and even weather effects.
Even in CGA you'd know DI was on to something great with this fun and playable sim, with a very strong engine that would be greatly expanded with Merlin and Apache Longbow.
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Comments and reviews
caruccio 2015-01-06 2 points DOS version
This was the game that made me fall in love with computers - F*cking 3D! I've never saw something like that!
Knökenknecht 2014-02-19 -1 point DOS version
My ever first computer game on Schneider-Amstrad CPC664 and green monitor. The funny thing: after playing this piece until unconsciousness, I was confident that I could fly a real chopper and perform an auto rotation landing. Tomahawk was then replaced by Microprose's C64 'Gunship'.
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- Year: 1986
- Publisher: Byte Back, Datasoft, Inc., Digital Integration Ltd.
- Developer: Digital Integration Ltd.
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