Lock On: Modern Air Combat Demo

A playable demo for Lock On: Modern Air Combat is now available, offering the chance to fly the unfriendly skies of the upcoming jet combat simulator. The demo offers the chance to take the controls of either the A-10 Warthog or the MiG-29 Fulcrum. Word is: "This demo is created from Beta code of the project and is not representative of the final code. There are known bugs in the demo and frame rates have not been fully optimized." The demo is a 123 MB download, available from 3D Gamers, Computer Games Online, Filerus, Gamer's Hell, and Worthplaying.
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Jeez, you morons complaining about not knowing which button does what needs to READ the readme.txt file after the game installs.

*I beat the Mig mission, on the first pass, I can't seem to beat the Mirage 2000 if I let him fly past me, I can't get around him in the dogfight.

*I still cannot beat the A-10A mission where I need to blow up the AAA. I only seen Rockets, Rockeye bombs, and Cannon for use. Did anyone beat it?

LOL, I need to put my flight stick back into the computer, I've been playing this demo with the Logitech Wingman Extreme Rumble Pad.

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