Falcon 4.0: Allied Force

Genre: Flight Simulation
Publisher: GraphSim
Developer: Lead Pursuit

The franchise that set standards for realism and accuracy for the flight sim genre returns with Falcon 4.0: Allied Force, one of the most comprehensive and powerful combat flight simulator ever made for non-military use. Based on the best multi-role fighter ever built, the U.S. Air Force’s F-16 Falcon, Falcon 4.0: Allied Force offers new features and upgrades that enable players to simulate an entire war via the most advanced and truly dynamic campaign engine ever made for the PC. New advancements implemented in Falcon 4.0: Allied Force include a new Balkans Theatre of Operations with 18 upgraded or new campaigns; a new multiplayer engine with easy-to-setup user interface; new high-resolution terrain mesh and terrain textures, and vastly improved artificial intelligence for better ground strikes and air-to-air combat.

Hardware Requirements :

Windows® 98 / ME / 2000 / XP Pentium® 4 1.5Ghz or AMD Athlon® 1.2Ghz (recommend: Pentium® 4 2.4Ghz or AMD Athlon® 1800) 1.5Gb Free Hard Disk Space (plus 500Mb for Windows Swap File) 4x CD-ROM Drive, 100% Windows compatible mouse, keyboard and joystick 1024x768 resolution capable color monitor 64Mb 3D accelerated DirectX® compatible Video Card (recommend 128Mb) 100% DirectX® version 9.0b or higher compatible sound card 56Kbps modem for multiplayer options (recommend: DSL/Broadband) DirectX version 9.0b (included) or higher

Size : 686 MB









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