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Game #3334
Hall of Belated Fame Inductee  Super EF2000   (a.k.a. Super EuroFighter 2000)  View all Top Dogs in this genre
Simulation   Flight - Military

Rating: 9.19 (354 votes)

Super EF2000 box cover

Super EF2000 screenshot

Super EF2000 is the last game made by Digital Image Design (DID), one of the most venerable flight sim companies before it was bought out in 1997. The game is the excellent graphical upgrade of DID's earlier EF2000 v2.0 for Windows 95, which puts you in the cockpit of the EuroFighter, one of the world's most sophisticated fighters.

The excellent graphical details that DID is famous for are more breathtaking and smoother than ever. The scenery does not magically bend and distort as you fly closer to it. Numerous details, such as diamond shock-waves from the afterburners as well as visual distortion from the heat, are accurately modelled. You can even see the cockpit glow from the external view. From the pilot's seat, you can zoom out and get a wide-angle look at the instrument panel, HUD, and terrain. You can even see yourself reflected in the cockpit's canopy! Cloud tops are true to life and reveal a cobalt blue sky that darkens with altitude. Missiles or planes that strike water make plumes of white mist, not repetitive and unrealistic orange explosions a la Wing Commander. Even the runway environment is accurate, as are the runway lights.

The game world is more dynamic and varied than previous DID games. Combat can take place at night, day, in a storm or in the clear. You have a small but comprehensive range of wingmen commands for combat, formation flying, tactics and recovery. Training missions have been laid out well and are recommended (although I can never get the hang of in-flight refuelling). Tactics do make a difference in this game, and you have the choice to influence the outcome of the campaigns based on your performance.

In every respect, Super EF2000 is a must-have for every serious flight sim fan. It's a sadly forgotten underdog that is worthy of our Hall of Belated Fame, and will keep armchair pilots happy for months on end. Two thumbs up, way up!

Reviewed by: Underdogs
Designer: Martin Kenwright
Developer: Digital Image Design (DID)
Publisher: OCEAN
Year: 1997
Software Copyright: Digital Image Design (DID)
Theme: Modern
None that we know of
System Requirements: Windows XP
Where to get it:
Related Links: Delta Hawks
If you like this game, try: TFX: Tactical Fighter Experiment, F-22 Raptor, Falcon 3.0

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