Fury3 by MS released about 97 for Windows 95 and controlled by an MS flight control digital fighter style joystick. You flew a futuristic Sci-Fi fighter plane against a variety of targets on nine separate planets. To move from one planet you had to successfully complete three missions on each planet before making the jump to the next planet. Each planet's environment were dramtically different and you were under CONSTANT attack by a huge variety of different threats. But the really great thing about it for me was that the fighter you flew handled just like a real aircraft but with no blackout and istant precise response. If its a "plane" with a true flight control stick, throttle and HOTAS type config I can take on anything--routinely scored well over 400,000 pts on Fury3 at even the hardest levels. Other type games I just die in 15 seconds trying to figure out what the rules are and what is happening. I am pathetic.