is a combat flight simulation video game
released in December 1995 for DOS
on the IBM PC compatible
personal computer. It is the sequel to Digital Image Design
's earlier software title, TFX
. It was released after the introduction of Microsoft Windows 95
but only runs in DOS
mode.It features the Eurofighter
. The simulation
featured detailed terrain of the Baltic region
, featuring countries such as Norway
and some parts of Russia
. The simulation supported early Virtual Reality goggles.EF2000
comes with an illustrated 285 page manual and includes a paper operational navigation map along with a paper quick command and control guide.
consists of quick combat, simulator (free flight mode), training, multiplayer
and campaign mode. Missions require the player to evade ground-based and airborne defenses. Mid-air refueling
allow player to attack both flying and grounded targets with a range of weapons, including precision-guided munitions
, missiles and unguided "iron dumb bombs".
"Spot view" allows for remote viewing of targets, enemies, friendly forces or the player's own EF2000. With "padlock" the computer could lock onto a target and follow it around the cockpit even when it passed away from directly in front of the player's aircraft.
The game featured a dynamic campaign that simulating a campaign set in northern Europe.
Graphics features included naturally irregular topography, clouds and... Read More