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#4478406 - 06/16/19 08:38 PM Re: Name that sim! [Re: 33lima]  
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It's BoB II! Not so easy to tell when the sky isn't darkened with large formations or the ground isn't in view.

Speaking of ground, how about this one?

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#4478589 - 06/18/19 02:44 AM Re: Name that sim! [Re: 33lima]  
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Not a pic but flight sim text, and an easy one I think.

I saw it just now when the incredible Semmern's "Sea Fury" thread had me thinking about the Norwegian fjord glider video (thought it might also be Semmern but it wasn't). Someone quoted this on that thread...

"INCURSION BY HOSTILES AT 310 DEGREES 90 NM ANGELS 10 CAN YOU INTERCEPT"

LOL.

#4478609 - 06/18/19 06:14 AM Re: Name that sim! [Re: 33lima]  
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No idea on the train sim I'm afraid. I guess the station might be a big clue.


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#4478624 - 06/18/19 09:37 AM Re: Name that sim! [Re: MarkG]  
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Originally Posted by MarkG
Not a pic but flight sim text, and an easy one I think.

I saw it just now when the incredible Semmern's "Sea Fury" thread had me thinking about the Norwegian fjord glider video (thought it might also be Semmern but it wasn't). Someone quoted this on that thread...

"INCURSION BY HOSTILES AT 310 DEGREES 90 NM ANGELS 10 CAN YOU INTERCEPT"

LOL.


That is EF2000 (Circa 1995), I played that game almost every day that year.


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#4478768 - 06/18/19 10:17 PM Re: Name that sim! [Re: 33lima]  
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Never had EF2000, Rage's Eurofighter Typhoon being the only sim of that aircraft I've ever had.

The train sim is Trainz 2009, the route 'Along UTA lines' which is set in the 1960s, and the train an NIR 80 Class DEMU, which isn't.

Not my screenshot, the next one, but back in the air again, I have had this one...I think...

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#4478772 - 06/18/19 11:35 PM Re: Name that sim! [Re: 33lima]  
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F-16 Multirole Fighter by Novalogic

#4478801 - 06/19/19 02:33 AM Re: Name that sim! [Re: 33lima]  
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Looks like Novalogic to me too.

#4478949 - 06/19/19 06:52 PM Re: Name that sim! [Re: 33lima]  
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Yes it's Novalogic's F-16 Multi-role Fighter.

Going rather lower and slower, how about this sim?

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#4478951 - 06/19/19 06:58 PM Re: Name that sim! [Re: 33lima]  
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#4478972 - 06/19/19 09:19 PM Re: Name that sim! [Re: 33lima]  
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That's the one! Not my screeenie as I have it but don't think I ever even loaded it. I think Gunship! was the only helo sim I had, that I ever actually tried.

And the next one...
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#4479147 - 06/20/19 07:21 PM Re: Name that sim! [Re: 33lima]  
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#4479333 - 06/21/19 08:20 PM Re: Name that sim! [Re: 33lima]  
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Yes, it's CM:BO. Like most PC wargames, I never liked it much, because it simulated a wargame rather than war ie micromanagement, moving individual 'pieces' around rather than giving orders to AI commanders at the level below who would then use AI SOPs to execute them. A sort of PC way of doing what the ground-breaking Wargames Research Group revised 1925-50 rules did, latter applied to their Cold War set. So far, of the PC wargames I've tried, only GT:OS does a decent job of that.

And the next one...

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#4479340 - 06/21/19 08:54 PM Re: Name that sim! [Re: 33lima]  
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IL-2 with Channel map.

#4479353 - 06/21/19 09:46 PM Re: Name that sim! [Re: 33lima]  
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Yes it's IL-2 '46, with DBW I think. Still prefer that mod, as last time I checked, it's compatible with many more campaigns.

Back to a life on the ocean wave, how about this one? I'll even throw in a pic I took of one of the real things, for free! Altogether now, 'We sail the ocean blue, and our saucy ship's a beauty...'

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#4479367 - 06/21/19 10:53 PM Re: Name that sim! [Re: 33lima]  
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AOS II.

I would like to get this to work again, but haven't had any joy.

#4479507 - 06/22/19 05:42 PM Re: Name that sim! [Re: 33lima]  
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I have Privateer's Bounty I picked up in a budget section at Target years ago. Does anyone know if it works on modern PC. I'm also pecking away at another age of sail type of game that maybe I can share some pictures of.

#4479529 - 06/22/19 08:18 PM Re: Name that sim! [Re: 33lima]  
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Yes mateys, AOS 2 she be. Very nice in-game musical score, good range of historical battles (not just small skirmishes), good command interface and decent visuals, though I'd have liked to be able to get the viewpoint down to near the sea surface. Pretty well my idea of exactly what a Napoleonic era naval combat sim should be. Last time I tried to get her working, in Vista with an Nvidia card, I got horrible banding in the skies and possibly seas as well, tho it did run. Haven't tried in Win 7 or 10 yet but would like to play this again.

Here's one for those without the virtual violent tendencies...

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#4479637 - 06/23/19 07:16 PM Re: Name that sim! [Re: 33lima]  
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Is that Sierra's Pro Pilot?!?


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#4481060 - 07/02/19 08:53 PM Re: Name that sim! [Re: 33lima]  
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No, not that one!

#4481068 - 07/02/19 09:52 PM Re: Name that sim! [Re: 33lima]  
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Hmmm perhaps Flight Unlimited II then?


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