From HiTech Creations:
Aces High is a combat flight simulator that utilizes a variety of World War II vintage fighters and bombers from six countries, each modeled in detail. Players can participate in sophisticated, real-time air combat against other players from all over the world. Revisions and updates are available as downloads from the Internet. (See a screenshot.) Aces High is designed to be representative of air combat through the use of real-world tactics. The game is easy to learn, but difficult to master.
Fixed a memory allocation bug that caused offline crashes.
Fixed some collision issues with trees.
Smoke puffs from gun muzzles are now turned off when weapon effects are disabled in the graphic preferences menu. If you see a significant frame rate reduction in certain planes or vehicles while firing, this can help you a lot.
Fixed a bug that caused blast damage to hit the wrong area of the plane.
Fixed a bug that caused the P-39Q's gun pods and bomb rack to be visible when they weren't loaded.
The D3A had different mismatched bomb shapes on each wing that didn't destroy correctly.
Fixed a bug that caused enemy icons not to display through the tower window.
Fixed minor graphic sorting issues on the C47, Ki-61, Mosquito, Ar 234, Lancaster, T-34, and medium airfield roads.
Fixed some damage graphic bugs on the FM2/F4F, Ki-61, B5N, IL-2, Bf 110's, A20/Boston, F4U-1C, and P-51B.