Strike Fleet is the unofficial sequel to PHM Pegasus which was developed by Lucasfilm Games in 1987. But instead of simulating hydrofoils you can now command a complete fleet of war ships into several missions. These missions are related to political events that were of interest when the first version of the game was released in 1987.
As captain of the fleet you can switch between different ships of your fleet and even command helicopters to support your mission.
Probably the most obscure game LucasFilm (now Lucasarts) ever released, Strike Fleet is a surprisingly good modern-day naval simulation, especially in light of their expertise in adventure games. It's not realistic by a long shot, but it's eminently playable and fun. The game is sequel of sorts to LucasFilm's earlier P.H.M. Pegasus, but with better scenarios and more realistic gameplay. Your job is to lead the US fleet through increasingly challenging missions set around the world, including the Persian Gulf. The game's strongest point is the interface, which is very intuitive: all controls to each of the ship's stations are laid out nicely, and it's very easy to switch stations and order most commands with a keystroke. Overall, this is an innovative but little-known real-time naval simulation that isn't the most realistic, but is highly playable.
People who downloaded Strike Fleet have also downloaded:
Silent Service 2, Great Naval Battles 5, Sub Battle Simulator, Sands of Fire, Great Naval Battles 3, SSN-21 Seawolf, Super EF 2000 (a.k.a. Super EuroFighter 2000), Great Naval Battles 2: Guadalcanal
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