Flight Simulators

I know, the title of this article might be a bit of a stretch but hang with us for a moment and we will present our case for Aces High being the favorite flight sim game of the captain of the Starship Enterprise.

Watching episodes of Star Trek

How about a Star Trek marathon? Have you seen all of the episodes? This writer has, and I can say, without any hesitation, there was not one episode which did not have adventure in it. Every single hour program was centered around some sort of conflict, and more often than not, the conflict involved adventure and challenges.

Which perfectly describes our combat simulator, Aces High, adventure and challenges while flying missions in World War 2. It’s a shame Aces High was not around back in the 60’s when Kirk was piloting the Enterprise. During his breaks, when they were not under attack by some alien life force, he could have logged on to Aces High and tested his rather enormous piloting skills against other gamers in the galaxy.

He would have probably beaten every single challenger except one: that’s right, Spock!

Star Trek and Aces High

Flying the skies of Aces High is very much like steering the Enterprise through strange new galaxies. Playing Aces High means piloting your WW2 aircraft over enemy fortified positions, over strange land, unknown weapons aimed at you, not knowing, in a split second, whether that aircraft coming at you is friend or foe, needing to make a life-or-death decision in a matter of a second or two.

And, to make matters worse, you are playing our combat flight simulator against the very best flight sim gamers in the world, real time, in a massive MMO game, where there are only two outcomes: Death or Victory.

Have you played Aces High?

If not, why not? The first two weeks are free. We offer a free two-week download to everyone, our way of saying give it a try, kick the tires, and see how you like it and, if you do like it, it’s only $14.95 per month for unlimited play, 24/7, there is always someone around the world logged on ready to test your skills.

Learning Aces High? Well, you dive in and learn how to swim from the get-go. Sure, we offer forums. Sure, we offer one-on-one instruction. Sure, we have instructional videos and endless articles; but the absolute best way to learn is to log on, hop in the cockpit, and fly off on a mission. And that’s the beauty of those two free weeks; you can learn for free and not pay a penny until you are accomplished.

Twenty-three years and counting

Aces High has been leading the way in World War 2 flight simulator action for twenty-three years, and that longevity, in a very competitive field, speaks volumes about our game and how much gamers love it.

So, how about you? Strap on your flight helmet and fly the skies of Aces High. Imagine you are James T. Kirk. Hey, it can’t hurt, right?

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