Very much one of those PC games which should never have been converted. It's hard to imagine even real adventure buffs enjoying this much. It's very old-fashioned and has an air of tiredness about it. Avoid.
Okay, so it's impressive in its attempts at authenticity, but this one is strictly for the real aviation buffs. Definitely not light entertainment - arguably not really a game at all - and not really that good an introduction to the subject matter either.
Dull, dull, dull... Graphics are terrible, there's sparse use of sound, irritating large amounts of disk swapping, an incomprehensible written-for-the-PC manual and a tendency crash all add to the debacle.
Horrible. Foul. Disgusting. Frightening. And for all the wrong reasons. Its only redeeming feature is the fact that the designers have at least made the effort to try something new with this well-worn theme.
I can't really fault any aspect of this game... It's simply the closest the Amiga has ever come to those glorious World War II action adventure movies, with the added spice of a fantastic strategy system, and a well orchestrated enemy force.