Saturday, January 30, 2010

Red Baron 3D

Red Baron 3D | 520 MB

Welcome to the world of [b]Red Baron 3D (RB3D), the online World War I flight simulation game flown by armchair pilots from around the world! Fly the skies when men were made of steel and planes were made of wood! Have your wings pop off if you overstress them; black out if too many G's are pulled; deal with gun jams. Learn to take advantage of each planes strengths or weaknesses and how to exploit your enemies'.

Red Baron 3D (RB3D) captures the W.W.I era of aerial combat with missions that accurately reflect the talent and skill needed to be successful as a fighter pilot.

First released in 1992 as Red Baron, then in 1995 as Red Baron II and again in 1998 as Red Baron 3D (RB3D). The game was originally produced by Dynamix/Sierra. Red Baron 3D has been rereleased in September 2009 by a different publisher.

Despite the fact that the game was not published for several years prior to the 2009 rerelease, the enthusiastic online RB3D community of hundreds of players has over the years continually improved the game. Today, Red Baron 3D is better than when originally released and includes a much more exciting attention to historical accuracy, detail and realism. Red Baron 3D is played around the world in the United States, Canada, New Zealand, Spain, South America and throughout Europe and beyond.

Red Baron 3D can be played in single player or multiplayer mode, with varying types of play for each.

Multiplayer play is well supported in Red Baron 3D. Using the game's Massive Multiplayer Arena you can play via modem in the internet or via LAN. Online play is free of charge! FREE, FREE FREE! Once you have started the MMP (Massive Multi Player) arena you will see different servers run by other players. Online play is free of charge. Up to 64 planes can be found in one server, realistically about 30 planes for good server performance. It depends mainly on the bandwidth the server is provided with, while playing via modem or ISDN provides sufficient bandwidth on the player side.

The two main multiplayer game types are 'Team Target' and 'Team Melee'. In 'Team Target' the object is to destroy the other side's ground targets before they destroy yours. 'Team Melee' is a simple dogfight with no ground targets included. You can either have teams or play "every man for himself" in the melee games. Other options in multiplayer include whether you can damage an ally with friendly fire and which players will be on which teams. The planes used in each game depend upon what the server settings are and which team you are on, if you are playing a game with teams. In a melee game, you can choose any plane you wish.

The best thing about Red Baron 3D is its very active game community which still brings amazing patches and enhancements after all these years. There are hundreds of players who play RB3D in over dozens of organized teams called either a Squadron (Allied side) or Jasta (German/Central Powers side) depending on whether they are representing Allied or Central powers. On average you will find players online at any time of the day or night from all nations and backgrounds.
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