|Platform(s)||Windows, Mac OS|
|Release date||INT 1996-11-30
|Mode(s)||Single player - Multiplayer (up to 8 players)|
|Rating(s)||ESRB: Kids to Adults|
|Input methods||joystick, keyboard, mouse|
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A-10 Cuba! is a flight simulator computer game released by Parsoft Interactive in 1996. It features an A-10 Thunderbolt II on a mission to defeat guerrilla forces at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba. As in most war flight simulator games, the main objectives contain defending an airbase, destroying ships, bridges, tanks or buildings and escorting other aircraft.
 System requirements
 Minimum system requirements
- OS: Windows 95
- Processor: 486DX2/66 MHz
- RAM: 8 MiB
- Hard drive: 40 MiB
- Video memory: 256 color SVGA 640×480
- Sound card: Windows 95 compatible
- Direct X: N/A
- Keyboard and mouse
- CD/DVD ROM drive
 Cheat codes
Enable the "Invincible Aircraft" control setting.
Then, enter one of the following codes during flight to activate the corresponding cheat function:
|[Ctrl] + [Tab]||Add 500 feet to altitude|
|[Ctrl] + [Tab] + S||Slow motion mode|
|[Ctrl] + [Tab] + X||Enable joystick|
 Move anywhere
Activate cheat mode and the "Enable joystick" code. Then, repeatedly press one of the following keys to move your aircraft in the corresponding direction.
 Abort Bad Mission
The game normally disables the Ctrl + Alt + Delete warm boot combination. However, If a mission ends badly and you wish to stop the game from saving that result, press [Ctrl] + [Alt] + [Delete] during the brief period of time when the game loads the next part of the program. The aborted mission will not be on file when the game is restarted.