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Two good simulation games in one
It is a good combination of two simulation games which involves very good action. The two games which have been gelled together but will be played in the individual capacity are Werewolf and Comanche. The upgrades that they have been made with the games have enabled them to achieve a very detailed terrain with it and have brought a good flair of attraction to the gameplay. A variety of some other good features has been added to the gameplay by introducing new features and weapons and by introducing a very good UI. This time you have the option to land and reload your helicopter and the weapons have also been increased to make the gameplay more destructive. The game also has a very good multiplayers mode which you can use thorough both the the modem or the IPX network. Through the two disks, you have the feature of competing against your buddy without even having to purchase the other game. This feature is quite wonderful because if you are having one of the two games and your friend is having the other one, you can still have an online competition with each other. The graphics in the game are quite decent and the music it has is a catchy one. I also love the original Comanche game which is a fine simulation.
Boeing/Sikorsky RAH-66 Comanche
Werewolf vs Comanche 2.0 is a helicopter simulation of the Boeing/Sikorsky RAH-66 Comanche and its arch rival, the Kamov KA-50 Hokum. It was made by Novalogic in 1995, this game is actually two independent games, called Comanche 2 and Werewolf. NovaLogic decided to ship them together. It was a good move. Unfortunately, Novalogic has done little to improve their VoxelSpace technology used to render low resolution but highly detailed terrain. Because of this, the game is virtually the same with only a few changes from its predecessor, Comanche: Maximum Overkill. But this time, in some missions, you can land and reload your ammo.This game supports multiplayer play over a modem or IPX network. With the two disks, you will be able to fly against a friend without having to purchase another copy of the game. This is wonderful concept because if you had Comanche 2.0 and your friend had Werewolf, you'll still be able to play online together.