Strike Force Harrier
Strike Force Harrier is a game developed by H&H software which was released in the year 1986. It is a first perspective simulation game.
A good flight sim by Mirrorsoft including the Harrier stream, discharged when the warrior. A true Ware hero he was.
Strike Force Harrier mimics the world's just vertical take-off and landing airship capability, despite the fact that it doesn't have long career mode missions to keep easy chair pilots cheerful for long. The game is played in a low-res mode like Mirrorsoft's different sims, so the illustrations are somewhat dull, in spite of the fact that they are sufficient.
The Harrier's exceptional attributes are depicted as truly as it can be in the game. For example, if you get in a substantial dogfight, you can all of a sudden move the course of the motors empowering you to flip behind an adversary and get him solidly in your sights. The display gets cut in two parts: first-person view from the cockpit, and the control panel. There is additionally a HUD that gives you status data and different amenities that advanced contenders are furnished with. The movement is quick, however somewhat jerky.
The goal is very simple, and all the more fitting in an arcade game: battle both air and ground foes on your approach to decimating their base camp. One fascinating element is that you can set up ground support by protecting your bases en route. These give the main way to rearm and refuel your warrior, so they should be secured no matter what.
By and large, Strike Force Harrier is a fun "light" sim that is unreasonably basic for veteran pilots, however increasingly complex for joystick racers. This game is definitely worth a look for beginners who want to enjoy flight simulation games.
H&H Software was the name used by Rod Hyde when he was a self-employed computer programmer from 1984 until 1987. The company morphed into Rowan Software in 1987.