Prices in
Video loading, please wait...
Red Baron 3D (pc game)
3.67 out of 5 (6 votes)
  • Taking off
  • The Red Baron's next victim
  • Game box art

Digital download price compare

There are 5 shops proposing this game for digital download at an average price of $ 9.67. We found the best promotion ongoing with a discount of 6%. Price is rising up (▲ + $ 6.29) since two weeks ago.
Delivery Price
GamesRocket GamesRocket Key [?] $ 8.40 $ 8.94 best deal
GOG GOG Direct [?] $ 9.99 view deal
DotEmu DotEmu Direct [?] $ 9.99 view deal
ResumeGames ResumeGames Key [?] $ 9.99 view deal
Steam Steam Direct [?] $ 9.99 view deal
Create a price alert
We also found boxed games available for sale: show box sales.

Digital download instructions | Boxed sales instructions

WWI flight sim with graphics that are dated for 98

Come on, Dynamix, for Pete's sake, by the end of the 90s 3D had began to be a lot more substantial and a lot more detailed than this! Yes, your game is ok, it includes a nice, lengthy campaign, but graphically it is too sparse and non diverse to keep anyone interested. I get that you put more effort in keeping the mission real life like, but common on, one single sheet of a green texture and a few simple polygonal structures could be put in games back in the 80s, when games were motorized by x86 processors and graphics chips of 1MB were considered top of the line! So, let's face it, Red Baron 3D tried hard to sell a few units to those players of the original Red Baron game. Game which, even if lesser graphically, or rather, making use of a lesser engine, somehow managed to crow in a lot more detailed structures. But, at any rate, it's of no consequence to try and demonize this game: it is what it is, an ok flight sim, only that it slacks off graphically and thus make you feel like you're flying through emptiness most of the time. Yes, the dogfights are nice, and they can be engaging, but I can't say they are enough, even for forgiving retro gamers.

Similar games