F-19 Stealth Fighter

Released: 1988
Published by: MicroProse Software, Inc.
Developed by: MPS Labs, Inc.
Author(s): Sid Meier, Arnold Hendrick, Andy Hollis, Jim Synoski, David McKibbin, Ken Lagace.
IBM Conversion: -

System Requirements

System Requirements 8088 or 8086 and compatibles. 512K RAM required. DOS 2.11 or later. Hercules monochrome/CGA/Tandy 1000/EGA/MCGA/VGA graphics supported. Audio support for PC speaker, Tandy 1000, Innovation Sound Board (from game version 435.02+), Ad Lib (game version 435.04 only) or Roland MT-32 (with patch). Joystick optional (and recommended).
Original Media Three 5.25" 360 KB (DD) disks or two 3.5" 720 KB (DD) floppy disks. They are labelled "Disk A", "Disk B", and "Disk C".
Installed Size 786 KB

Introduction

F-19 Stealth Fighter was Sid Meier's guess on what the US military's new stealth aircraft might look like. This was corrected with its sequel, F117A Nighthawk: Stealth Fighter 2.0, following the announcement of the real thing. But F-19 was the first to try its luck at a stealth sim, and it worked! This is not the type of combat flight simulator where you get into dogfights with MiGs - you need to stay under the radar, hugging the terrain to covertly reach your targets, destroy them, and get out without getting picked up on enemy radar. The suspense is excellent!

There are several great features of this game: full 3D graphics of all objects, randomised missions so each time you play a mission it's a little different, and a variety of rules of engagement and theatres of war to keep things interesting.

For a more advanced version of the same game, I recommend you try F-117A Nighthawk: Stealth Fighter 2.0 - the successor to F-19 Stealth Fighter released 3 years later. It adds new theatres of warfare and an advanced flight plan editing routine allows you to adjust waypoints to successfully skirt pulse and doppler ground radar sites; [the default flight plan would often take the plane's track into areas where it would be detected]. An improved 3D object rendering system and 256-color graphics provides improved target viewing on a remote camera view in the cockpit. Likewise, the player can change viewing angles around the plane, outside the plane, and even reverse target view to see the aircraft passing overhead from the position of the target. This last can also be performed from the vantage point of patrolling enemy fighters.

Some other quality flight sims that came out around the same time as F-19 were Battlehawks 1942 (Lucasfilm Games) and LHX Attack Chopper (Electronic Arts), not to mention MicroProse's own F-15 Strike Eagle II.

Andy's Recommended Setup
"While F-19 Stealth Fighter will run on an 8088 XT, I recommend a 386 CPU (the game was released during the 386's heyday) with 1 MB of memory. Any EGA or VGA graphics card is good - the game will run at a maximum resolution of 320x200 in 16 colours. I highly recommend you play version 435.04 if only for the Ad Lib sound support (the PC speaker sound option literally 'shrieks' what is supposed to be engine noise, but this is just annoying). In case you are looking at the screenshots and seeing an MCGA/VGA graphics option, bear in mind the game only supports 16-colour EGA at its highest, despite you choosing MCGA/VGA. As with almost every flight sim, use a decent analogue joystick - the keys are ok but you will be more accurate and it will feel more immersive with a joystick.

It is worthwhile reading the manual, if only to help you understand the range of your missiles and also what countermeasures to use against missiles launched against you. Then keep my Keys section handy as a guide."

 

From where can it be run?

From the original floppy disks or installed to hard disk (preferred).

When running from floppy disks, you will be prompted to insert another disk:

This usually occurs just before the game puts you in the cockpit after choosing a mission, and when you return.

For installation to your hard disk, you have 2 choices:

1) Manually copy all files from each disk into the same subdirectory on your hard disk. To do so, following these steps at the DOS prompt:

c:
cd \
mkdir f19
<insert disk 'A' in the floppy drive>
copy a:\*.* c:\f19
<insert disk 'B' in the floppy drive>
copy a:\*.* c:\f19

2) Use the provided INSTALL batch file which is on disk "A" (on some versions only). If you have the 5.25" floppy disk version, run INSTALL 5. If you have the 3.5" floppy disk version, run INSTALL 3. This will prompt you for all the disks in sequence, installing the game to C:\F19SF. The installation batch file does not have the ability to install to any other drive or directory but you can edit it if necessary.

To run the game, execute F19.COM from the game directory (or floppy disk 'A') with or without command-line options. Bear in mind if you want to choose a specific audio driver, e.g. Ad Lib, you do need to provide a command-line argument, since the choices provided when you run F19.com with no arguments don't prompt you for audio options, only video and control options. By default F-19 will use the PC speaker on non-Tandy computers, and Tandy 1000 audio on Tandy computers if no audio options are provided on the command-line.

 

Game Audio/Video

MT-32 "Old" Intro 
MT-32 "New" Intro 
Tandy 1000 (emulated) Intro 
Ad Lib "New" (emulated) Intro 

 

Copy Protection

The game has both disk copy protection and a check in the manual.

Unless you have a cracked copy of the game or have applied MicroProse's "NoKey" patch (they released this much later for several of their older "key disk" titles), upon startup the game asks you: "Please insert KEY diskette and type drive letter ..." in a 40-column text mode - insert the original disk into a disk drive and hit either "A" or "B" depending on which drive you put the disk into. Once the disk has been verified as original, you will get another prompt that reads: "Please remove KEY diskette and insert PLAY diskette. Hit any key to continue ...".

 

Note: With at least one cracked version of this game, hitting ESC when prompted for the key disk four times in a row allows the game to continue loading.

The NoKey patch only removes the key disk copy protection. F-19 Stealth Fighter also has manual copy protection.

Once into the game, you are asked to identify a combat aircraft - these are in the back of the manual. If you get the answer wrong, you are automatically assigned to a training mission which allows basic take-off and landing only. Cracked versions automatically say 'Correct' regardless of your choice of aircraft. If you get the answer right, you are presented with the pilot selection screen:

 

How to Setup

The game does not come with a setup program. Instead, simply running the F19.COM file to start the game automatically takes you through some setup options each time. Note that you cannot select an audio option manually this way - if you wish to change to a different audio choice, run F19.COM with command-line arguments (see further down).

You are prompted for the following:

1) Joystick:

2) Select graphics mode:

All settings can be used as direct command-line arguments when you run F19.COM, as follows:
/J - use joystick
/NJ - use keyboard only

/GM - MCGA/VGA graphics
/GE - EGA graphics
/GC - CGA graphics
/GT - Tandy 1000 graphics
/GH - Hercules monochrome graphics

/D2 - Exceptional ground detail (for very fast machines)
/D1 - Moderate ground detail (for AT-class machines) - this is the default setting if you don't use any /D command-line argument.
/D0 - Very little ground detail (for slow machines)

/AI - IBM sound (PC speaker).
/AA - Ad Lib sound (requires game version 435.04).
/AB - Innovation Sound Board (requires game version 435.02 or later).
/AT - Tandy 1000 sound.
/AR - Roland MT-32 (requires the patch - see below)

For example, to run F-19 on your PC/XT with CGA graphics and no joystick, run:
F19 /NJ /GC /D0.
To run F-19 on your 80286 PC with EGA graphics and a joystick, running with default ground detail, run:
F19 /J /GE

To abort the setup/game startup and return to the command prompt, press 'T' for Tandy if you don't have a Tandy - it will try to detect a Tandy and fail, dropping you to the command prompt! There is no other way to quit the startup of the program.

Whilst there is no Roland Sound option in the original game, MPS Labs later released updated sound drivers to allow many of their older games (F-19 included!) to work with the Roland MT-32. The file that contains these drivers, MPSROL.ZIP, can be downloaded here. The README file within the archive contains instructions on what files to put where. Once the patch is installed, run the game with "F19 /AR". Roland sound works with a game port MIDI cable connected between your Roland MT-32 and sound card's Game/MIDI port (so it does not require an "Intelligent" mode MPU-401 interface such as the MFC-IPC or equivalent).

The game doesn't require any extended memory (XMS) or expanded memory (EMS) drivers to be loaded, and runs quite happily in DOS with just 532 KB of free conventional memory.

 

Problems

Symptom: The game fails to get past the intro sequence and onto the Pilot Roster screen.
Cause: Your system is too fast.
Resolution: Disable either internal and external caches (or both) via the BIOS. If possible, bring the speed down to the equivalent of a 486SX-25, and the game should then start properly.

Symptom: Installed the Roland patch, but the sounds are strange - The intro sounded ok, but when in the cockpit you hear no engine roar at all when flying - just silence. Other button controls do output some sounds.
Cause: The game [plus the Roland patch] requires an MT-32 "Old" (the one with no headphone jack on the back). The MT-32 "New" and MT-100 are not 100% compatible with the MT-32 "Old" - they were introduced around the time the General MIDI format was being ironed out, so Roland moved the locations of some of the MT-32 sound samples around. This means games whose sound was designed and tested on the MT-32 "Old" may sound 'wrong' on the MT-32 "New" or MT-100. Another cause for this incompatibility is that games designers became aware of bugs in the MT-32 "Old"'s firmware, and often exploited these to produce the sounds. Since the MT-32 "New" and MT-100 run on later firmware, these bugs cannot be exploited by the software, resulting in different/no sound.

Symptom: No sound when using Ad Lib sound option with my Sound Blaster card.
Cause: F-19 expects your Sound Blaster card to be configured to IRQ 7 only.
Resolution: Either configure your SB card to use IRQ7, or download the update file which contains a replacement ASOUND.EXE file (this file provides Ad Lib sound support for the game). The replacement file patches F-19 to use either IRQ 3 or 5 for SB users.

Symptom: The game is asking me for the "key disk" when I start it, but my original floppy disk has long-since failed!
Cause: F-19 came out of the box with on-disk copy protection which required the first disk to be in the floppy drive A: or B: during game startup. Without this disk the game wouldn't start.
Resolution: MicroProse later released a "NoKey" patch for several of their older titles, including F-19. Click here for the NoKey archive and instructions on how to remove the "key disk" check.

Symptom: I cannot increase throttle using the =+ key, as it asks me to in the manual/quick start guide.
Cause: Your keyboard is set to a codepage other than 'US'.
Resolution: Go back to DOS and run "keyb us" (keyb is an external DOS command, most likely in a directory like C:\DOS). Then retry playing the game.

Symptom: It's failing to save my progress on the roster!
Cause: F-19 will not write to the ROSTER.FIL file if the current drive volume label is "I(heart)F19A", which is the original's first disk label. This is a safety precaution in order to preserve the original roster file contents. Our recommendation is to install the game to a hard disk and play it from there instead of using the original floppy disks. Your progress will then be saved as expected.

 

Keys

Flight Controls

+ and- = Increase Throttle / Decrease Throttle
Shft +/- = Maximum Power / No Power
6 = Landing Gear
7 = Automatic Pilot ON/OFF
8 = Bay Doors Open/Close
9 = Flaps
0 = Brakes
F9 = ILS (Instrument Landing System)
F10 = Mission Details
Shift-F10 = Eject

Weapons and Defenses

Space = Select Ordnance
1 = Flare Release     2 = Chaff Release  
3 = IR Jammer          4 = ECM             
B = Target Select     N = Designate New Target
RET = Fire Missile
BackSpace = Fire Cannon

Avionics

F7 = Select Waypoint    F8 = Change Waypoint
Z -Zoom In Map             X -Zoom Out Map

Views

F1 = Cockpit                 F2 = HUD Modes       
F3 = CRT Maps            F4 = Data
F5 = Ordnance             F6 = System Damage   

M = Cam Left               < = Cam Right  
> = Cam Rear              / = Cam Ahead
Shift-M = View Left       Shift < = View Right
Shift-> = View Rear      Shift-/ = View Ahead

Shift-F1 -Slot View       Shift-F2 -Chase Plane
Shift-F3 -Side View      Shift-F4 -Missile View
Sh-F5 -Tactical View   Sh-F6 - Inv.Tactical View

Simulation Controls

Sh-Z -Accel. Time           Sh-X - Normal Time
ALT B - Boss Key           ALT D -Detail Adjust    
ALT P -Pause                 ALT Q -Quit
ALT R -Re-Supply          ALT V - Volume Adjust

 

To Quit the Game

Press Alt-Q at any time. A screen highlighting some other MicroProse Software titles is displayed, along with a prompt, "Exit to DOS Y/N ?". Press Y to return to the command prompt.

 

Supporting Documents

Here are the original documents that came with the game:

And here are aftermarket docs:

 

Save Games

If you run the game from the original floppy disks (not recommended), no "save game" data will be written to them because the are write-protected. It is better to install and run the game from your hard disk, or make backup copies of the original disks (two 5.25" 1.2 MB (HD) disks) and keep them write-enabled so that save games can be stored on these disks.

The save game data is stored in a file called ROSTER.FIL in the game directory. You can back this file up and restore it later if you want to preserve its contents at a given point in time. This is very handy to know - if you have a pilot who is doing well and you want to ensure that a bad mission won't ruin your chances of progression, just backup ROSTER.FIL to something like ROSTER.BAK before each mission - then if you ever need to restore to this same point just overwrite ROSTER.FIL with the ROSTER.BAK file!

 

Versions of the game known to exist

Version Date Comments
435.00 14th October 1988 First release.
435.01 (unknown) Unknown fixes or enhancements.
(453.02 likely) 10th November 1988 Non-playable demo that takes you on a mission for about 15-20 minutes. To quit out of the demo, use ALT-Q.
435.02 10th November 1988 Added support for Innovation sound board, and changes made to 4-colour CGA palette on the satellite/radar map to make objects more identifiable.
435.03 (unknown) Various rarely-noticed bugs fixed, added missions starting and ending on a Navy carrier at all game levels (previously, you had to acquire a very high point total in order to qualify for carrier missions), added low-altitude warning klaxon, and ability to set the climb angle ladder so it's on all the time.
435.04 16th May 1989 Final release. Comes with AdLib support. Fixes: autopilot problem associated with wide-angle views now corrected, lockups on certain clones [particularly Lazers] fixed, pilot promotion sequence has been corrected and now agrees with the manual, mobile SAMs are now treated as SAMs (as documented) and not as bunkers, the divide overflow problem on certain clones/joystick cards has been fixed, and the Carlsbad bridge under the mountain has been fixed.


Add-ons / Expansions

Whilst no expansion disks were released for F-19 Stealth Fighter, you can still create your own, in a way. Due to the similarities between this game and F-15 Strike Eagle II, you can port the missions from F-15 to F-19 and they will work just fine. Just understand that the missions from F-15 SE2 aren't really designed in the spirit of "stealth" like the built-in ones!


Reviews

The Games Machine (UK, Feb 1989)

The One (UK, March 1989)

Computer & Video Games (UK, July 1990)


Original Floppy Disk Contents

The floppy disks have volume labels that denote the minor version of the game, e.g. "F19A004" and "F19B004", denoting Disk A, Disk B etc, and minor version .04.

Disk 1 of 3 (5.25" 360 KB DS/DD, version 435.04):

.              <DIR>            06-05-2021  8:05
..             <DIR>            06-05-2021  8:03
ADV      PIC              8,156 12-10-1988 11:30
AIRID    SPK             13,599 12-10-1988 11:43
ARMING   PIC              2,232 23-09-1988  0:35
ARMING   SPR              3,352 09-09-1988 15:46
BRIEFING TXT              7,135 12-10-1988 19:57
CE       3DG              1,810 24-02-1989 18:54
CE       3DT              3,940 24-02-1989 18:54
CE       WLD              2,937 22-02-1989 12:45
CEUROPE  SPR              9,434 23-09-1988 13:39
CGRAPHIC EXE             15,951 16-05-1989 16:33
CLIP     PIC              4,453 25-08-1988 10:57
CLIPC    PAK              3,686 27-03-1989 16:25
CREDIT16 PIC              6,283 12-10-1988 11:30
DS       EXE             11,065 16-05-1989 17:41
EGRAPHIC EXE             15,861 15-03-1989  9:13
F19      COM              1,576 21-02-1989  9:29
F19      SPR              4,227 12-10-1988  4:15
GULF     WLD              2,695 22-02-1989 12:45
ISOUND   EXE              7,236 21-12-1988 10:10
LB       3DG              1,810 13-09-1988 20:11
LB       3DT              3,316 04-10-1988 11:37
LIBYA    SPR              6,744 05-10-1988  0:50
LIBYA    WLD              2,080 22-02-1989 12:45
MAPS     SPR              6,905 06-10-1988 11:26
MGRAPHIC EXE             10,536 15-03-1989  9:01
MISC     EXE                689 26-09-1988 19:09
NC       3DG              1,810 20-09-1988 10:25
NC       3DT              3,228 20-09-1988 10:25
NC       WLD              2,280 22-02-1989 12:45
NCAPE    SPR              7,138 23-09-1988 13:38
NOTE     PIC              5,805 23-09-1988  0:23
NOTEC    PAK              4,078 27-03-1989 16:25
PERSIAN  SPR              9,907 23-09-1988 13:36
PG       3DG              1,810 17-09-1988 18:36
PG       3DT              3,132 27-09-1988 15:47
ROSTER   FIL                962 22-02-1989 15:44
ROSTER   PIC              1,798 09-09-1988  3:04
SCENERY0 EXE              7,101 14-10-1988 13:12
START    EXE             87,061 16-05-1989 14:53
SU       EXE             17,331 16-05-1989 14:52
TGRAPHIC EXE             11,476 15-03-1989  9:01
TITLE16  PIC              4,642 12-10-1988 11:29
TSOUND   EXE              6,211 21-12-1988 10:10
   43 File(s)           333,478 Bytes.

Disk 2 of 3 (5.25" 360 KB DS/DD, version 435.04):

.              <DIR>            06-05-2021  8:05
..             <DIR>            06-05-2021  8:03
256PIT   PIC              3,364 26-10-1988 17:16
3INSTALL BAT              1,101 14-10-1988 15:58
5INSTALL BAT              1,200 14-10-1988 15:58
ASOUND   EXE             10,024 12-05-1989  8:42
B                        10,234 01-01-1980  0:01
BSOUND   EXE             13,204 21-12-1988 10:11
CE       3D3             23,461 06-10-1988 13:51
CE       3DG              1,810 24-02-1989 18:54
CE       3DT              3,940 24-02-1989 18:54
COCKPIT  PIC              1,829 14-10-1988 16:44
DS       EXE             11,065 16-05-1989 17:41
EGAME    EXE             89,311 16-05-1989 15:43
F19LOADR                     69 14-10-1988 16:15
INSTALL  BAT                467 14-10-1988  8:52
LB       3D3             24,265 29-09-1988 16:06
LB       3DG              1,810 13-09-1988 20:11
LB       3DT              3,316 04-10-1988 11:37
NC       3D3             26,691 29-09-1988 16:22
NC       3DG              1,810 20-09-1988 10:25
NC       3DT              3,228 20-09-1988 10:25
PG       3D3             25,574 29-09-1988 17:04
PG       3DG              1,810 17-09-1988 18:36
PG       3DT              3,132 27-09-1988 15:47
PHOTO    3D3             20,512 30-09-1988 12:01
READ     ME               3,857 16-05-1989 15:02
STFLT    3D3             18,711 12-10-1988 12:02
STFLT117 3D3             17,882 30-11-1988 12:37
Y                             6 14-10-1988  9:18
   28 File(s)           323,683 Bytes.

Disk 3 of 3 (5.25" 360 KB DS/DD, version 435.04):

.              <DIR>            06-05-2021  8:05
.. <DIR> 06-05-2021 8:03
BAD PIC 3,244 29-08-1988 10:56
BADC PAK 4,941 27-03-1989 16:25
BARFULL PIC 11,400 29-08-1988 10:52
BARLONE PIC 8,635 29-08-1988 10:50
BARTRI PIC 10,808 29-08-1988 10:51
CEUROPE SPR 9,434 23-09-1988 13:39
DBICONS SPR 6,974 30-09-1988 17:54
DS EXE 11,065 16-05-1989 17:41
END EXE 58,085 16-05-1989 14:53
FLAG PIC 1,906 29-08-1988 10:53
FULLC PAK 14,948 27-03-1989 16:25
GOOD PIC 3,224 29-08-1988 10:56
GOODC PAK 6,497 27-03-1989 16:25
GRAVE PIC 3,648 29-08-1988 10:54
GRAVEC PAK 1,513 27-03-1989 16:25
LAND PIC 2,479 29-08-1988 10:54
LAND2C PAK 2,481 27-03-1989 16:25
LIBYA SPR 6,744 05-10-1988 0:50
LONEC PAK 8,155 27-03-1989 16:25
MEDAL PIC 3,220 29-08-1988 10:55
MEDAL SPR 7,595 15-09-1988 16:56
NCAPE SPR 7,138 23-09-1988 13:38
PERSIAN SPR 9,907 23-09-1988 13:36
RESC PAK 8,445 27-03-1989 16:25
RESCUE PIC 6,543 29-08-1988 10:55
TASS PIC 7,415 30-09-1988 17:54
TRIC PAK 14,002 27-03-1989 16:25
27 File(s) 240,446 Bytes.

Disk 1 of 2 (3.5" 720 KB DS/DD, version 435.04):

.              <DIR>            06-05-2021  8:12
..             <DIR>            06-05-2021  8:11
ADV      PIC              8,156 12-10-1988 11:30
AIRID    SPK             13,599 12-10-1988 11:43
ARMING   PIC              2,232 23-09-1988  0:35
ARMING   SPR              3,352 09-09-1988 15:46
BRIEFING TXT              7,135 12-10-1988 19:57
CE       3DG              1,810 24-02-1989 18:54
CE       3DT              3,940 24-02-1989 18:54
CE       WLD              2,937 22-02-1989 12:45
CEUROPE  SPR              9,434 23-09-1988 13:39
CGRAPHIC EXE             15,951 16-05-1989 16:33
CLIP     PIC              4,453 25-08-1988 10:57
CLIPC    PAK              3,686 27-03-1989 16:25
CREDIT16 PIC              6,283 12-10-1988 11:30
DS       EXE             11,065 16-05-1989 17:41
EGRAPHIC EXE             15,861 15-03-1989  9:13
F19      COM              1,576 21-02-1989  9:29
F19      SPR              4,227 12-10-1988  4:15
GULF     WLD              2,695 22-02-1989 12:45
ISOUND   EXE              7,236 21-12-1988 10:10
LB       3DG              1,810 13-09-1988 20:11
LB       3DT              3,316 04-10-1988 11:37
LIBYA    SPR              6,744 05-10-1988  0:50
LIBYA    WLD              2,080 22-02-1989 12:45
MAPS     SPR              6,905 06-10-1988 11:26
MGRAPHIC EXE             10,536 15-03-1989  9:01
MISC     EXE                689 26-09-1988 19:09
NC       3DG              1,810 20-09-1988 10:25
NC       3DT              3,228 20-09-1988 10:25
NC       WLD              2,280 22-02-1989 12:45
NCAPE    SPR              7,138 23-09-1988 13:38
NOTE     PIC              5,805 23-09-1988  0:23
NOTEC    PAK              4,078 27-03-1989 16:25
PERSIAN  SPR              9,907 23-09-1988 13:36
PG       3DG              1,810 17-09-1988 18:36
PG       3DT              3,132 27-09-1988 15:47
ROSTER   FIL                962 22-02-1989 15:44
ROSTER   PIC              1,798 09-09-1988  3:04
SCENERY0 EXE              7,101 14-10-1988 13:12
START    EXE             87,061 16-05-1989 14:53
SU       EXE             17,331 16-05-1989 14:52
TGRAPHIC EXE             11,476 15-03-1989  9:01
TITLE16  PIC              4,642 12-10-1988 11:29
TSOUND   EXE              6,211 21-12-1988 10:10
   43 File(s)           333,478 Bytes.

Disk 2 of 2 (3.5" 720 KB DS/DD, version 435.04):

.              <DIR>            06-05-2021  8:12
..             <DIR>            06-05-2021  8:11
256PIT   PIC              3,364 26-10-1988 17:16
3INSTALL BAT              1,101 14-10-1988 15:58
5INSTALL BAT              1,200 14-10-1988 15:58
ASOUND   EXE             10,024 12-05-1989  8:42
B                        10,234 01-01-1980  0:01
BAD      PIC              3,244 29-08-1988 10:56
BADC     PAK              4,941 27-03-1989 16:25
BARFULL  PIC             11,400 29-08-1988 10:52
BARLONE  PIC              8,635 29-08-1988 10:50
BARTRI   PIC             10,808 29-08-1988 10:51
BSOUND   EXE             13,204 21-12-1988 10:11
CE       3D3             23,461 06-10-1988 13:51
CE       3DG              1,810 24-02-1989 18:54
CE       3DT              3,940 24-02-1989 18:54
CEUROPE  SPR              9,434 23-09-1988 13:39
COCKPIT  PIC              1,829 14-10-1988 16:44
DBICONS  SPR              6,974 30-09-1988 17:54
DS       EXE             11,065 16-05-1989 17:41
EGAME    EXE             89,311 16-05-1989 15:43
END      EXE             58,085 16-05-1989 14:53
F19LOADR                     69 14-10-1988 16:15
FLAG     PIC              1,906 29-08-1988 10:53
FULLC    PAK             14,948 27-03-1989 16:25
GOOD     PIC              3,224 29-08-1988 10:56
GOODC    PAK              6,497 27-03-1989 16:25
GRAVE    PIC              3,648 29-08-1988 10:54
GRAVEC   PAK              1,513 27-03-1989 16:25
INSTALL  BAT                467 14-10-1988  8:52
LAND     PIC              2,479 29-08-1988 10:54
LAND2C   PAK              2,481 27-03-1989 16:25
LB       3D3             24,265 29-09-1988 16:06
LB       3DG              1,810 13-09-1988 20:11
LB       3DT              3,316 04-10-1988 11:37
LIBYA    SPR              6,744 05-10-1988  0:50
LONEC    PAK              8,155 27-03-1989 16:25
MEDAL    PIC              3,220 29-08-1988 10:55
MEDAL    SPR              7,595 15-09-1988 16:56
NC       3D3             26,691 29-09-1988 16:22
NC       3DG              1,810 20-09-1988 10:25
NC       3DT              3,228 20-09-1988 10:25
NCAPE    SPR              7,138 23-09-1988 13:38
PERSIAN  SPR              9,907 23-09-1988 13:36
PG       3D3             25,574 29-09-1988 17:04
PG       3DG              1,810 17-09-1988 18:36
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