· review computeremuzone
Chuck Yeager is a retired Brigadier General from the US Army, famous for being the first person to break the sound barrier.
As an American hero, he could not stop having his game ... And it was not one, but there were still two more, Air Combat and Flight Trainer 2.0, but these did not have any conversion made in Spain.
As a good American classic, it was originally released for the computers that were common there, being versioned in Europe for ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC and MSX. I still have the doubt of the C64 version, which could have fallen from anywhere in the puddle.
The MSX version, like so many other times, part of the Spectrum version and was probably created only for the Spanish market. Along the way, the presentation screen, the menu and even the sound were left, so the opinion can not be good, considering that the Spectrum version was already inevitably limited compared to the original.
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