Apache Longbow is a combat fight helicopter simulator game and it concentrates only on one aircraft – the American AH-64D Apache Longbow helicopter. (Apache) It was released in 1995 for DOS and it is considered one of the better simulator games of the nineties. In your chopper, you can fly into combat around Yemen, Korea or Cyprus or, if you are just a beginner, you can have a training level beforehand in Fort Hood, Texas. You can choose between Single Player, Two Player, Campaign Mode, and there is a network option for network multiplayer. While in the cockpit of the helicopter, you are equipped with all the equipment it has – the radar/fire control system, weaponry and other gadgets of the original Apache, but a little simplified, which might disappoint hardcore sim fans but won't mind the rest. It's recommended to use the joystick for easier control of the craft's various controls, but you can also use the keyboard keeping in mind that it will probably be a handfull. As for graphics, they are simple, but enough detailed to know where you are, where are you going and what are you shooting at. The game also has a pleasant rock music in the background, enhancing that army baddass feeling you get while flying one the most lethal helicopters in the world. If you like aircraft sims and don't mind the outdated graphics, give the game a spin or two, I think you might like it.
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