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Exhibit: Aces of the Pacific

It had detailed cockpits, different for each aircraft type and some of the most detailed ground objects seen at that time in a VGA sim.

Aces of the Pacific (1992)

Aces of the Pacific (1992)

The sim had a fully featured flight recorder, so you could record and playback missions, and jump in and out of the cockpit during replay.

Many levels of damage were modelled. Carrier Ops and Torpedo attacks were available.

The aircraft had moving control surfaces and you could fly for both sides, USA and Japan, and in the Army, Navy or Air Forces.

Aces of the Pacific (1992): Carrier ops

Aces of the Pacific (1992): Fly for both sides

Aces of the Pacific (1992): Another broken windscreen!

Aces of the Pacific (1992): Moving control surfaces

The aircraft had moving control surfaces and you could fly for both sides, USA and Japan, and in the Army, Navy or Air Forces.

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