Detailed flight sim, pretty decent and well rounded
For a game released in 91, MiG-29M Super Fulcrum sure achieves a lot. It's a great game in terms of the physical simulation it provides, the graphics are far from bad, and, also, the game manages to create a very interesting and drawing experience. Thus, if you love such games, the kind that, with little to work (hardware limitations) still manage to create a game that can be said to be a fully developed simulation. There are some other positive things about it: namely, the game has lots of scenarios, so that you really get a lot in terms of actual playthrough diversity. The game focuses on the nominal MIG 29 aircraft, and so, if you have a crush on that aerial vehicle, this game, old and weary as it might be might still give you a good kick. The interior of the plane, the cockpit is also well produced, which is sure a good thing, especially for such an old game. Alternatively, see some other releases that focus on the MIG, such as MiG-29 Fulcrum (Domark, 1991). This one tries something similar, and yet, it sure feels different to play, which might be more to your liking, though certainly, this game here is by no means a bad one.