by Richard Sheffield
6 Tips and Hints for Playing the Commodore 64 Version off Project Stealth Fighter
About a year or so before the IBM version of F-19 was released, MicroProse shipped Project Stealth Fighter for the Commodore 64/128. This game is really the father of F-19. And like father and son, the two games are similar in appearance but quite different upon closer inspection. The game sold quite well on the Commodore platform, so even though this book is mainly about the IBM version, I didn't want to leave out the C64 fans.
This chapter includes tips and hints, as well as scoring, promotion, and medal awards information that mainly applies to the C64 version ONLY. Related information pertaining to the IBM version can be found elsewhere in the book.
So for those of you still playing the Commodore version, this chapter is for you. The rest of you with the IBM version might want to read through it anyway if you're interested in the history of F-19 Stealth Fighter.