F-22 Lightning 3 NovaLogic, Inc. / Electronic Arts, Inc. 1999

Mass Destruction! Use tactical nuclear weapons to level entire city regions. The most realistic weather environments ever created. Changing weather effects including: rain, snow, hail, and wind. Extreme temperatures affect flight performance. Fly it yourself or let the world's most advanced fighter do it for you. It features: extreme temperatures that affect flight performance, changing weather effects including: rain, snow, hail, and wind. Fly it yourself or use the Auto-Options: Auto-landings, Auto-taxi, Auto-takeoff, Auto-shoot list, Auto-formation, Auto-in-flight refueling. This was the first flight simulator ever (at least the first MAJOR sim) to include the B-61 tactical thermonuclear bombs (yup, nukes) as part of your arsenal, and yes, you get to use them. Some packaging of the box includes a headset microphone, for use on Novaworld online game service. By 1999, the game's release date, the USAF had officially called the F22 Raptor. It features a host of real life weaponry such as AMRAAM missiles, Sidewinders, 20 mm Vulcan Gatling gun, HARMs, JDAMs, various types of iron bombs, and the B61 10-kiloton tactical thermonuclear free-fall bomb. Due to the stealth capabilities of the F-22, the player rarely needs to worry about their plane's radar signature. While the game is not developed as a full-fledged simulator, it has included the "emcon" issues. For example, mounting weapons externally will cause the SAM radars to track the plane more easily, with switching the radar on will significantly increase the ground radar's tracking range. There are six campaigns, with a total of 46 missions split between them (each campaign features either seven or eight missions, which must be played in order). The campaigns cover various hot spots around the world (Libya, Chad, Indonesia, Syria, the Kola Peninsula, and so forth). The game can be played online with a host of other NovaLogic games at NovaLogic.net or on a network. As of March 25, 2007, the game requires a patch to play online, which can be downloaded via the NovaLogic website.
Level Demo 33MB (uploaded by JeuxVideoPC)
ISO Demo 381MB (uploaded by Old_Schooler)
Full Demo 133MB (uploaded by Supernova)

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