Ka-52 Team Alligator

Ka-52 Team Alligator

Team Alligator was a combat helicopter simulation developed by Simis (now part of Kuju Entertainment ) and released in 2000.

SIMIS was the team that developed Team Apache (1998) by Simis , one of the first 3DFX helicopter sims, and also the ground breaking SVGA classic SVGA Harrier Assault (1992).

Check out all of SIMIS's sims here - Simis

1999: Pre-release

2000: The sim looks fantastic and should have been a flagship product for the publisher. Sadly it was released without fanfare and at a budget price in April 2000. Unfortunately an early build of the code appears to be the one shipped to consumers. Read more HERE.

Training Missions

2003: I obtained the Russian version of the sim which seemed to run quite well.

System requirements
Design philosophy


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Choppers in the distance

Choppers in the distance. The rolling landscape and lighting gives the effect of great distance.

Ka-52 tail assembly

KA-52 tail assembly. Note there is no tail rotor. The counter rotating props effectively cancelling out the torque. The Ka-50 was originally designated the "Hokum" by NATO as the reports of a combat helo with no tail rotor scarcely seemed credible!