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Air Warrior
Air Warrior - Double Barrel Screenshot
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Year of the first release1992LicenseCommercial
Number of disks (or CD)1PublisherOn-line - Worldwide
Number max of players1Budget publisher
Simultaneous max players1DeveloperKesmai
Language in manualEnglish
Amiga original gameno
Have cheatcodeno
Have SPS releaseno
WHD installnoWHD information
HD installunknownHD notes
SubcategorySimulation - Uncategorised
QuickmatchHigh-Resolution (Hi-Res) Mode
QuickmatchModem/Online Multiplayer Support
ScrolltypeInto Screen
ThemeHistorical - Korean War
ThemeHistorical - WW1
ThemeHistorical - WW2
ThemeTransport - Combat Plane
ThemeTransport - Jeep
ThemeTransport - Multi-vehicle
ThemeTransport - Tank
ThemeTransport - Truck
ThemeWar - Korean
ThemeWar - WW1
ThemeWar - WW2
ViewpointFirst Person
ViewpointTop Down
Conversion hardwareApple Macintosh (Classic)
Atari ST/E
Fujitsu FM Towns/FM Towns Marty
Conversion notes

Based on 1986 Kesmai/GEnie online multiplayer Macintosh release.
PC versions: CGA, EGA, SVGA

N.B. Seemingly, never released for the 3DO despite being advertised.

Classic compilation
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Rarity: Rare RareRareRare

[1] AIR WARRIOR was ambitiously released as the world's first online multiplayer, multiplatform combat simulator for Amiga, Macintosh, Atari ST and PC in 1988. The first physical retail release of the game was made on floppy disk in 1990 and basically served as a starter pack for the online multiplayer version. Specifically, it was intended for use with a modem (at least 1200 baud, but 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, Delphi, CRIS, AOL, CompuServe, Earthlink, Gamestorm and Compulink in the USA; On-Line Entertainment, CompuServe and Connect Online in the UK; OzEmail in Australia).

Unfortunately, these services ceased long ago in the late 1990s and online multiplayer gameplay is no longer possible. The game, however, can be played offline from CD, but only solo flights are possible and much of the graphical detail witnessed in online multiplayer combat is absent.

[2] Game features analogue-digital joystick/mouse/keyboard control and support for low-res (standard/interlace modes), medium resolution & hires picture screens and artwork views.

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