Fly through the skies of the WWI
In Blue Max: Aces of the Great War you will take part in a great number of sky bound missions, diverse and enticing to the extent that the developers could make them in the 90s. And that extent can be impressive even today for those that don't mind a little bit of graphical jinx here and there. Otherwise, within Blue Max: Aces of the Great War you'll be able to really get into the game, as the missions are as varied as they get, from bombing to recon, to the occasional dogfight, be it what the mission is about, or be it just occasioned by you getting hunted in the process. However eh game will ask of you to not be too harsh on its graphics, as it can look pretty oldschool, clean as it may be. If, you're feeling more prone to try uncompromised realism better go for a game such as IL-2 Sturmovik: 1946 which is just delightfully well done, sports a great roster of planes and is set in WWII. With Blue Max all you can look forward to is a retelling of some historical battles, but unless you're a history buff that might not be entirely in your interest.