TFX (Tactical Fighter Experiment) is a flight simulator developed by Digital Image Design and released in 1993 for MS-DOS. Initially, Ocean had planned to release an Amiga version in 1994. Still, they postponed and ultimately canceled it due to the game's poor performance, even on an A1200, not to mention the declining Amiga market. However, by that point, the game was almost entirely developed (around 95%), and it would have been a shame not to release it. In the end, the rights were acquired by the CU Amiga magazine, which published the game as a CD cover disk in the October 1997 issue.
In this simulator, you can fly as a United Nations pilot in an F-117A, a Eurofighter 2000, or an F-22 Superstar across various scenarios. It's worth noting that the Eurofighter Typhoon was only a prototype at the time of the game's development; the aircraft first flew in 1994. The game's campaign includes Libya, Colombia, Somalia, and the Balkans missions. Reviews of the game were mixed, with the Amiga version receiving more positive feedback, especially considering the scarcity of competitors at this level.
Despite the game not being fully complete, which can lead to bugs and other technical issues, TFX remains one of the most captivating and complex flight simulators ever released for the Amiga.