Harrier Attack was a computer game written by Durell and distributed by Amsoft for the Amstrad CPC-Homecomputer-Series of the 1980's. The game was also ported and distributed by other software companies for systems such as the Commodore 64.
The concept of the game was to fly a British Harrier Jet through a series of bombing missions, with the starting position being from a carrier ship out at sea and ending after completing a number of land attacks, which entailed the player attacking enemy buildings and aircraft.
There are five difficulty levels within the game and a joystick or keyboard can be used for controls.
This video shows Harrier Attack running live on the Amstrad CPC.