N.B. Although advertised for the 3DO, the game was never released.
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 AIR WARRIOR was released as the world's first online multiplayer, multiplatform combat simulator for Amiga, ST, PC and Macintosh. The game software was intended for use with a modem (preferably 2400 or 9600 baud or faster) to dial-up dedicated online multiplayer services that existed in various countries in the 1980s/90s (e.g. GEnie, AOL and CompuServe in the USA; On-Line Entertainment and Connect Online in the UK; OzEmail in Australia). Unfortunately, these services ceased long ago and online play is no longer possible. The game, however, can be played offline from disk, but only solo flights are possible and much of the graphical detail witnessed in online multiplayer combat is absent.
 A Danish version of AIR WARRIOR with localised in-game menus was released by budget label Euro Power Pack A/S, Denmark.
 Original release contens include a large A1 game poster with a map of the European theatre on the reverse side, as well as an On-line flight connect modem offer.