Title: Dragon Strike
Developer: Westwood Studios
Publisher: SSI
Date Published: 1990
Platforms: MS-DOS

Dragon Strike was a game developed by Westwood Studios and released by SSI in 1990. In effect, it's a dragon flight simulator set in Krynn and is supposedly also based in AD&D rules. It was pretty much unique in its genre until Sega's Panzer Dragoon and other sims in late 1990s and early 2000s.

Your job in the game is to act as a knight on dragonback. Your primary weapon is, of course, the dragon's breath weapon, and you also have a lance. (This is Dragonlance, after all.) The dragon and the lance are controlled separately using keyboard, mouse, joystick, or combination of thereof.

The terrain and the enemies are all 3D (flat-shaded polygons, also edged flat-shaded polygons and wireframe mode supported), and you have a crystal ball to act as a radar and you can change the viewpoint too (for example, look back and see your dragon's cute tail).

The game is obviously no longer available in stores. Many abandonware sites carry the MS-DOS version that does support VGA and AdLib/SoundBlaster. (I'm not aware of other ports, but I thought there was an Amiga port...)