Date Added:Sep. 22, 1998
Price:Free to try
Downloads Last Week:1
out of 115 votes
out of 115 votes
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want to destroy germans. then this is the game ... graphics are ok .. you can find yourself playing for a while,
the only problem is .. the controls dont seem to respond when you want them to .. the plane seems to fly its self at some points.. I HAD THE FULL VERSION AND I HAD NO PROBLEMS . BUT THE DEMO SEEMS TO BE WHERE THE PROBLEMS ARE AT
graphics and options are great.
not much info on how to play, cannot find any info on how to play on line which to me would be very helpful. I know there is a book with a lot of info on the game, I would even be willing to pay for it if I could find it.
too many keys to use
Reply by tedmontanez on April 1, 2008
IT TAKES A LITTLE TIME BUT YOU GET USE TO IT
There are multiple choices of planes available (both Allied and Axis) preset missions, campaigns, and the awesome mission editor. Good controls, both with a joystick and the keyboard.
This game won't run on my pc
I own this game, and you can still purchase copies from places like Amazon.com for about $15 or less. I love this game and am trying to get my squad in on it. It is VERY educational also.
It even works on WindowsXP!
Reply by HValley36 on June 24, 2006
Will it work with Windows XP?
It's a shame they gave up on this
excellent sim. I have tried just
about every other WW2 Combat Fighter sims and they do not come
close to realism and control.
I have Jane's Attack Squadron and
it falls behind Janes WW2.
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|Publisher||Jane's Combat Simulations|
|Publisher web site||http://www.janes.ea.com/|
|Release Date||September 22, 1998|
|Date Added||September 22, 1998|
|Additional Requirements||Pentium-200, Windows 95, DirectX 5.0, 32MB RAM (64MB recommended), 3D graphics accelerator (see above)|
|Downloads Last Week||1|
|License Model||Free to try|