U.S. Navy Fighters: Gold
DOS - 1995
Description of U.S. Navy Fighters: Gold
Here is the video game “U.S. Navy Fighters: Gold”! Released in 1995 on DOS, it's still available and playable with some tinkering. The game is set in a compilation / shovelware theme.
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Stingray 2021-04-26 0 point
Tried the step by step from Anon in windows 10. It doesn't work.
Extract download, check
Rename iso image in Images folder to USNF. check
Mount that iso and note what drive it is (IE F:\), check (the window shows "DVD Drive (E:)USNF"
Then run DOSBox and type
Mount d: e:\, check
e: , failure "Drive E: does not exist! you must mount it first. "
Any ideas what I'm missing?
Funky Spingers 2021-01-16 0 point
You said it ALP. Back on the day getting these to work on the original DOS machines was a trial in itself. :) Getting it to work on DOSbox is a breeze compared to that.
Anon 2020-03-26 1 point
To get the Enhanced CD version working.
Rename iso image in Images folder to USNF
Mount that iso and note what drive it is (IE F:\)
Then run DOSBox and type
Mount d: f:\
Then DOSBox asks the question to access as a real drive
After that mount the main USNF folder
Do that by typing
Mount c: d:\USNF
d part of command being where the USNF directory is (Can be anywhere on PC)
Hope that explains in laymans terms.
no1 2019-01-22 0 point
This only has navy fighter, not marine fighter. I thought GOLD version has both.
alp 2017-03-18 0 point
amazes me to see folks complain about having to mess with the DosBox emulator to get these games working... for a free try at a game that would have cost real money back in the day and isnt even built for their current OS.... there are plenty of web pages to help folks out.
Plsying with DOSBOX has made computers fun again after too long just being an icon clicker :)
Jord4wesome 2017-01-01 1 point
to get the CD version to work type this before launching the game:
imgmount h "c:\images\USNF.iso" -t iso
i use dosbox game launcher so it already mounts the game folder
777 2016-02-02 3 points
no cd, awwwww this sucks.
good website but wish you would either have a working version downloadable or just take down games that don't work right away.
poormanisme 2016-01-28 0 point
too much of a hassle to get this working
because of the cdrom parameter thing, i was
just hoping for a plugNplay experience....oh well.
cchaparro 2015-09-15 1 point
To solve the CD problem on DosBox, with the version of USNF on CD:
To enable CD-ROM support (includes MSCDEX) in Windows:
- mount d f:\ -t cdrom
This was extracted from the Help File of DosBox: "DOSBox 0.74 Manual.txt", it's into Program Files, path of DosBox installed.
"d" is the drive to use into DosBox, "f:\" is the drive of your computer where the CD is inserted, for example a virtual drive mounted with Daemon Tools or similar software, using the USNF .iso.
I hope you can enjoy this great game.
DemonHunter 2015-05-08 3 points DOS version
I unzipped and placed into folder. Did Dosbox to C:\Games\USNF USNF
The game won't load because of no CD. I searched for a MF.BAT and this is not on the file listing. Please advise. Thanks!
admin 2015-05-06 1 point DOS version
Launched MF.BAT, game worked - took screenshots from the low-res version, CD version uses SVGA mode.
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