Red Ace Squadron 01
Red Ace Squadron, the sequel to Master of the Skies: The Red Ace, improves on almost every aspect of the original.
The best part is that the original was amazingly well-crafted. Aside from a missing multi-player mode, the game provided all you could want in an arcade flight-sim.
Well, guess what was added.
That's right, using either LAN or the official Small Rockets servers, you can set up a dogfight in no time. The game engine looks like it was fine-tuned a bit, delivering tons of action without a hint of slow-down. There are also power-up stations that allow you to repair and restore your bombs.
If you were one of the unfortunate people who missed out on the original, then shame on you. Redeem yourself by downloading this now.
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