Flight Simulators


Aces High is all about World War Ii; because of our love for that war and our attention to detail, all of our aircraft used in our combat flight simulator are authentically designed. Would you really expect anything less from the leading flight sim on the market?

The story of the aircraft industry in the United States during World War II is a remarkable story indeed. Prior to the war, in 1939, fewer than 6,000 planes were produced in the United States.

After the Munich Conference of 1938 President Franklin Roosevelt began to prepare the country for war. Once the war machine began forward motion it was just a matter of time before U.S. industry did what it does best, namely produce.

Production of planes was doubled in 1940, doubled again in 1941 and once again in 1942. From the beginning of 1940 until the end of the war, more than 300,000 military aircraft were produced in the United States. To put it another way, dollar production rose from $225 million in 1939 to $16 billion in 1944 when the production was so great that the planes produced outnumbered the need.

To put things in a different perspective, from 1939-1944 the United States aircraft industry became the largest single industry in the world, using 81 different production facilities in the United States and five in Canada. To say the least, when the President called for action, it did not take long for action to occur.

The majority of aircraft used during the war have been re-created in Aces High. A complete list of planes can be found on our website and a detailed history of each plane can also be found.

Some may say that we at HiTech Creations have gone overboard, that we really didn’t have to provide so much detail. However, when we created Aces High we vowed to make it the best World War 2 Flight Simulator on the market and so we set about doing just that; to do that we needed a strong staff and an equally strong team of volunteers who spent endless hours providing you, the war game player, with the most authenticity found in any flight sim game. The end result, we think, is one darn fine game.

Try our free two-week download and see for yourself. Strap on your helmet and fly the Aces High Skies. Once you do we promise you won’t play any other game.

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