Flying Tigers screenshot
Flying Tigers gameplay screenshot
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Shareware ($25)
Up to 2 players, Simultaneous cooperative shared keyboard joystick
For Kids:
267 × 200
DOSBox Cycles:
3000 (Approximate)
DOSBOX_FLYTIGER.ZIP - 778k - Run TGR.EXE to play
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Flying Tigers screenshot
Flying Tigers gameplay screenshot Review:  Rating: 2.5
Flying Tigers is a vertically scrolling shooter game, in the style of 1942 or Raiden. The documentation describes the story as you being "thrown into the middle of 1942, where the techno bosses are starting a technology transfer to the Japanese Empire." Okay, whatever. The point here is to shoot anything that comes on the screen and try to avoid the bullets. It's a traditional SHMUP with decent graphics and music. One nice feature is that your ship can absorb multiple hits before you die, so there are no one-hit kills as is often the case in this sort of game.
Flying Tigers distributed by HomeBrew
Software is a fast paced shoot-em up game
with multiple weapons, power ups, enemies
and bosses.  In this episode you will be
thrown into the middle of 1942, where the
techno bosses are starting a technology
transfer to the Japanese Empire. Requires:
386+, 4 Meg RAM as XMS, VGA.  Adlib(tm)/
Soundblaster(tm) optional.  (v1.0) 

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