From the very beginning the Falcon series has been acclaimed for its realism, pushing back the limits of what was thought possible for a computer flight simulator back in the day.Read full description
Falcon Collection includes the following:
Falcon Gold (featuring the complete collection of updated versions of Falcon 3.0, MiG-29, Operation: Fighting Tiger and Art of the Kill dogfighting video)
Falcon 4.0 (version 1.08, work in progress)
From the very beginning the Falcon series has been acclaimed for its realism, pushing back the limits of what was thought possible for a computer flight simulator back in the day. It is as simple as that: the flight models are real, the terrain is real, the radar and weapon systems are real... And the threats are real. No phony weapons or magic bullets here... just the best civilian F-16 simulation available. You don't just play Falcon, you strap yourself in and get ready for battle.
Flight characteristics and armament of the real F-16
Advanced electronics/radar systems
The terrain conforming precisely to military maps of the areas
NOTE: Please be aware that based on comments from Steam Users we have been able to identify a launch issue for Falcon 4. In some but not all installations, the game is asking for a nonexistent retail CD. This did not occur in our pre testing of the game. We currently working on a new build that will remove this issue and should be back shortly with the fix. Thanks for your understanding and patience. We are currently working to add some additional goodies available to all Falcon 4 Steam gamers to show our appreciation.
Falcon was a series of games that spanned across 4 games, starting in late 80s and ending in late 90s. It was a flight simulator. It is hard to knock on the two first games (Falcon and Falcon A.T), since those are from 1987 and 1988, because for the times, those two games were actually good, but by todays standards and how flight sims have changed through all those years, it is more like a relic from the past, deserving its place in musem, because it is a grandfather of flight sims, kind of like Wolfenstein and Doom are for FPS genre. The only thing that could be considered bad is that the amiga versions of them worked better than the one with dosbox from steam and controller support must be moded. Falcon Gold is the third entry in the series and it was the first one to be released in the 90s and it was also a competent game, although graphics feel outdated. Falcon 4.0 was last, released in 1998 and it was really great at the time, with cutting-edge graphics and controls. Nowadays this game is unplayable without mod, specifically BMS, which fixes a lot of the performance and graphical issues. Overall, it is pretty good nostalgia pack, but those games did not age well. It is part of a history and it is worth playing, but only if you don't care about graphics and only gameplay.
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