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Top Gun: Guts and Glory
Developer(s)Distinctive Software
Year released1993
System(s)Game Boy
Genre(s)Flight simulation
ModesSingle player
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'Top Gun: Guts and Glory is a first-person cockpit-view aerial combat simulation game. The game offers a choice of four aircrafts all of which play the same. The game simulates partial or severe blackout depending on the G-force calculated off-screen.

The clock in lower right is an altimeter with big arm counting in kms and long arm counting in 100m increments. Upper middle number shows bearing in 360 horizontal degrees. Any amount of roll automatically turns the plane to corresponding direction on bearing without any need to pitch. Yaw is absent. The artificial horizon is absent and both sky and land are featureless. Barrel rolls and full loops are possible but due to primitive AI and flight model are basically useless.

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