A.S.P. Air Strike Patrol

System: SNES Country: US
Developer: Seta Publisher: Seta
Size: 8 Megabits Save Feature: Battery backup, one slot
Retail Price: $59.95 Release Date: June, 1994
Number of Players: 1 - 2 Genre: War Simulation, Flight Combat

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     A little-known game that will remind many of Desert Strike, particularly in theme, graphics, and perspective (the same isometric angle used in the Strike games). The idea in both is the same: Go out into the desert (remember, this was Desert Storm-era: wars in the middle east were big then) and blast your way through enemy territory, bombing bases and shooting down enemy planes. There will be certain mission goals set for each level, be it rescuing POWs or bombing a certain area. Complicating matters, one must also maintain favor with the government and Americans by not wasting ammo or shooting your own troops. Doing so can result in a cut off of funding for your war effort (game over). Seems to me it'd be easier to keep the effort going and just fire the moron who keeps blowing friendly planes out of the sky, but I guess that's just me.

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