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Aces High II
Version 2.17 Patch 3/(December 8, 2009)
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows
Genre(s) Combat flight simulator
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer
Media Downloadable, (or CD)
System requirements Microsoft 2000/XP/Vista/7, 1.8GHz Pentium 4 processor, 512MB RAM, DirectX 9 compatible

video card with 64MB of RAM, Modem dial-up

Input methods Joystick, Keyboard, Mouse

Aces High is a combat flight simulator and massively multiplayer online game for the PC. It was created by HiTech Creations and released on May 8, 2000. It features various WWII-era aircraft, vehicles, and ships.

A screenshot from the Fire Over Malta scenario. A view from the cockpit of a Spitfire Mk V as it chases a Bf 109F through puffs of AAA near Malta.

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Gameplay

Aces High is an open-ended combat flight simulator, where players can fly online or offline, and engage other players in combat. For those who desire fuller immersion into on-line WWII combat, there are special events, such as scenarios, snapshots, squad nights, and CAPs. Scenarios are simulated aerial campaigns. They are multi-week events, typically with one or more multi-hour sessions called "frames" per week. They typically involve 100-200 players divided up into two sides with definite objectives, available aircraft, command staff, and mission orders for each side.

Reception

References

Aces High Home Page Aces High Overview

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