Release Date: 1999
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.
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!
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!
|2000||AUD $50.00 (from memory)|
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!
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|2018||AUD $1.69||Win 7||
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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.