Related Games That Were Developed From The Strike Fighters Engine
- Strike Fighters: Project 1 (2002): The initial release centers on a fictional Middle Eastern scenario and a single Campaign.
- First Flight: The Wright Experience Flight Simulator (2003): A simulation of the Wright Brothers aircraft, including the 1903 Wright Flyer. Developed as a training tool for Wright Experience Centennial test pilots but is now available for the public.
- Strike Fighters: Gold (2004): An updated version of Strike Fighters: Project 1 released to the European market.
- Wings Over Vietnam (2004): Set during the Vietnam War and released to the Strike Fighters Service Pack 3 standard which added further improvements including Aircraft Carrier operations.
- USAF: Air Dominance (2005): Game produced by the US Air Force for recruitment purposes (Not for public sale).
- Wings Over Europe (2006): Set in a possible Cold War conflict between NATO and the USSR and released to Strike Fighters Service Pack 4 standards
- First Eagles: The Great War 1918 (2006): Set in the World War I era and released to Service Pack 4 standards.
- First Eagles: Expansion Pack 1 (2007): Adds new planes and campaigns to First Eagles.
- Wings Over Israel (2008): (Also released as "Combat Over Israel") Covers the three historical Israel versus Arab conflicts 1967, 1973, and 1982.
- First Eagles: Gold (2008): Includes the Original 'First Eagles' and Expansion Pack together.
- Strike Fighters 2 (2008): A standalone update based on the original Strike Fighters: Project1 to run on Windows Vista.
- Strike Fighters 2: Vietnam (2009): A standalone update based on the original Wings Over Vietnam to run on Windows Vista.
- Strike Fighters 2: Europe (2009): A standalone update based on the original Wings Over Europe to run on Windows Vista.
- Strike Fighters 2: Israel (2009): A standalone update based on the original Wings Over Israel to run on Windows Vista.
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