A.S.P. Air Strike Patrol (known as Desert Fighter in Europe and Desert Fighter: Suna no Arashi Sakusen (デザートファイター：砂の嵐作戦?) in Japan) is an isometric shoot 'em up published by SETA for the SNES.
The game is based somewhat upon the Gulf War that took place in the early 1990s. As a pilot in the Air Strike Patrol, the player's aim is to stop Zarak from invading Sweit.
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