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Enemy Engaged: Apache vs. Havoc

Release Date: 1999
Developer: Razorworks
Publisher: Empire
In collection? Yes, one boxed. one boxed and still shrink wrapped.
Comments: Enemy Engaged - Apache vs. Havoc had arguably the most successful modelling of dynamic battle environments ever seen on a PC in the 1990's. It featured not one, but two of the premier Helicopter Gunships, created in stunning detail and placed in dynamic combat environments.

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This exhibit is undergoing deep maintenance!

This exhibit is undergoing deep maintenance performed by Cylon centurions.

It will take a while because they have guns for hands...

Thank you for your patience!

Peter "MiGMan" Inglis (Cylon signature v0.19)

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Media

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Flyable aircraft

AH-64 Apache

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Mil-28N Havoc B

The Mil-28N Havoc B saw it's first outing in this 1999 combat flight sim, and, as MiGMan, that was naturally my steed of choice!

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Objects modelled

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Air to Air

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Air to Ground

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Graphics

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Installation

Year Price O/S Notes
2000 AUD $50.00 (from memory)
2006 n/a Windows XP
The sim still ran.
I had one crash to the desktop... but this was only a stepping stone to installing Enemy Engaged: Comanche vs Hokum and flying with the Track IR hardware, so I didn't hang around and try to patch it! Onward and upwards!

Screen 001 | Screen 002 | Screen 003 | Screen 004
2018 AUD $1.69 Win 7 v.1.1E
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  • Sim: 224mb
  • Manual (198 pages): 3mb
  • Strategy guide (44 pages): 1mb
  • Key command chart: 1mb

Started up OK. The screen was off-centre on my Toshiba TV, but using the TV's auto-centre function fixed that.

Flying around it didn't look as crisp as I had remembered - ah yes, the original Enemy Engaged: Apache vs. Havoc was limited to 640 x 480. You can force higher resolutions but the cockpit art is restricted to 640 x 480. The sequel Enemy Engaged: Comanche vs Hokum is not limited in regards to resolution.

OK, that was a short trip down memory lane - next I'll install Enemy Engaged: Comanche vs Hokum, which if I remember correctly, contains all the original content.

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Credits

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Mi-28N Havoc