Jane's World War Two Fighters
This excellent sim was put on the market in 1998 and is still one of the strongest around. This is my favorite combat flight sim. I bought mine for $10 at Wal-Mart. Although it didnít come with a keyboard map, I figured it out relatively quickly. The player gets to fly seven American, German, and British fighters. Donít be fooled by the small number of flyable aircraft, each one is beautifully modeled. This is the most visually spectacular sim Iíve seen that runs fairly well on most computers. The campaigns are the bad part of WW2 Fighters. They are based on the Battle of the Bulge that took place in the winter of 1944-45. The land area is very small but detailed. The Mission Builder more than makes up for this, as do the beautifully modeled aircraft and ground targets. Also, there are loads of websites where different aircraft paint schemes, missions, landscape, and even aircraft are offered. This sim is hard to find nowadays, so donít miss a chance to pick it up.
World War Two Fighters was the first realistic combat flight sim, although some will argue Microsoft's Combat Flight Sim 1 was. There's just one way I can respond to that: come on!
There are many things that can be added to WW2 Fighters, like new paint schemes. These Fw-190's are preparing for an attack on American bombers.
This is an interesting picture. With all the websites out there, anyone can change just about anything, just as long as you know how!