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, a fan site with lots of details about the original game.
- a (sadly) long-inactive newsgroup about Sopwith, although you can find some interesting discussions from the ’90s if you’re willing to dig through the spam…
The old Sopwith forum
from sopwith.org, now long dead and archived…
Sopwith on Mobygames
“Wild Blue Yonder”
aka “The U.S. Air Force”, the song played on the Sopwith title screen and in the game.
Sopwith Youtube Videos
: a curated playlist.
Sopwith Camel N6254 RFC
, which was recently assigned the civil registration code of ZK-SDL. A strange coincidence… or a reference to this project? The plane is on display in the Vintage Aviation Museum in New Zealand.
Sopwith: the board game
! No relation to the PC game, and the gameplay is
Sopwith’s author, David L. Clark
(archived; we hope David’s site will be back soon!)
Old David L. Clark email
with some historical details about the game.
Lost Treasures of Gaming podcast
episode: interview with David L. Clark.
Sopwith (video game)
, MaiZure’s analysis of the Sopwith source code
A review of Sopwith
from the book “Free and user supported software for the IBM PC” (1990).
Several articles about Imaginet
that give some background on the system.
“The Search for Nostalgic PC Games Digs Out a Forgotten Gem”
, by The Secret Aspirant
Memory Cache: Sopwith
(transcript; this aired on Australian TV;
watch the clip here
Ports of SDL Sopwith to other platforms
version by insin
version, by Ben Larson
Game Boy Advance
version by David Rorex
version by theoddbot
version by TheLazy1
Amiga OS version
by Spot / PFP.
Other Sopwith ports and recreations
by Jornand de Buisonjé
by Jon Rafkind
by Alan Broun
Sopwith Classic Free
for Android, by Contact Computers.
(“Yet Another Sopwith Game”) by zlogic (Russian game)
by Alec Rivers (in alpha?)
Sopwith for PICO-8
by Iiro Lindell (plus
with the author where she mentions the original Sopwith as inspiration)
Sopwith Camel Scout
by Elemental Systems
Sopwith - WW1 Flight Simulator
; Android version by CactooSoftware.
by Salty Sea Dogs
for the Russian Electronika BK0010 microcomputer.
Inspired by Sopwith …?
(mentions the original in the description on Steam)
aka Triplane Turmoil
Triplane Turmoil II
for the Amiga
, inspired by Biplane Duel
Sky Fighter (PS3)
on Android, by Bombsight Games.
by Insofta Games
by Duncan Bell
by Shawn LeBlanc, inspired by Sopwith. Available for download on the sopwith.org website.
by Legia Studios
by KeepPlaying Games
Sopwith inspired by …?
- 1982 Italian arcade game.
Turd Eating Cat
(note: vulgar humor)