Title Gunship 2000 (CD32) Game Type Flight Sim Players 1 Compatibility CD32 Company Microprose Submission Courtesy of Sean Caszatt Review I don't want to sound like a broken record, but these straight ports from the Amiga versions of games to the CD남 really have got to stop. Here, with GUNSHIP 2000, we have an excellent Amiga game ported to the CD남 with some nice packaging and a fancy 3D rendered intro. This has been pretty much the extent of software development for the CD남. Yes, GUNSHIP 2000 is a good, solid playable game. The CD남 is up to its ears in platform games, and a flight simulator with a lot of shooting and destruction is more than overdue. Is this all that the CD남쟧s capable of? No. Until TFX arrives, this looks like all we're gonna get though. For those unfamiliar with the game, GUNSHIP 2000 allows you to strap into one of several helicopters to carry out missions against an unnamed enemy. You can choose missions in the Persian Gulf or in Europe. As you move up in ranks by completing missions, you are able to fly stronger and more agile helicopters. GUNSHIP 2000 was fairly speedy on an unaccelerated Amiga 500. On the CD남, it moves a long at a good, comfortable pace. It never seems too slow. The graphics, the intro animation not included, are nothing fantastic and don't seem to use the AGA chipset at all. They serve their purpose and everything's laid out well on the cockpit screen. I was really expecting more from the CD남 version of the game, but I guess that's going to have to stop. The companies making CD남 games just don't seem to want to put anything else into the games after they make the intro animations. It's a real let down to see these brilliant animations and then be offered the same game I played on my Amiga 500 last summer. I want more than that. I can't count anything against the actual game. It's good. The controls are slightly confusing, but never awkward. The graphics aren't pretty but they're acceptable. GUNSHIP 2000 is a game that fills a niche in the CD남 line-up, but will be overshadowed if something more glamorous and fun arrives.