Apache: Air Assault

    Game » consists of 5 releases. Released Nov 16, 2010

    A helicopter flight sim developed by Gaijin Entertainment and published by Activision.

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    • Realistic cockpit with animated gauges, dials and buttons
    • Full array of the real Apache's arsenal
    • 16 multi-stage missions set in South America, Africa and the Middle East
    • Arcade and Realistic difficulty settings
    • Realistic sound effects and original live orchestra soundtrack
    • Dynamic lighting, volumetric clouds and explosions
    • Local Co-op with two players choosing between taking the pilot and gunner seats
    • Online Co-op for up to four players


    AH-64D Longbow

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    The upgraded version of the AH-64A features improved sensor capabilities, a fully integrated cockpit, and more advanced weapons. The Fire Control Radar (FCR), is the primary improvement over previous variants. Located in the dome above the main rotors, the FCR provides the capability to detect and launch of missiles at targets while the Apache is still masked from view. It also shares targeting data with other Longbow Apache units who can engage based off the detection from a single Apache.


    • 30 mm M230 chain gun: electronically operated using external power instead of recoil to reload rounds. Capable of firing 300 rounds per minute with a maximum capacity of 1,200 rounds.
    • AGM-114L Hellfire missile: air-to-surface missile designed primarily for anti-armor use. Each Hellfire has a 20 lb (9kg) warhead and has a maximum operating range of 8,000 meters. The Apache can carry up to 16 Hellfire missiles on its hard point wing stub pylons.
    • AIM-92 Stinger: air-to-air missile developed from the shoulder launched FIM-92 Stinger system for use with Apache helicopters. The Apache can carry a total payload of four of these missiles in two by two-round pods on each side of the wing stubs.
    • Hydra 70: Folding-fin Aerial Rockets (FFAR) are unguided 70 mm (2.76 in) rockets, and used for general purpose. They are mounted on hard point pylons on the Apache’s wing stubs. The Hydra can be fitted with a number of different warheads including flechette anti-personnel, general purpose blast fragmentation, and armor piercing.

    WAH-64 Westland Apache AH-1

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    British Army variant of the AH-64D built by Augusta Westland in Yeovil, England. Changes include new more powerful Rolls Royle engines, new electronic defensive aids suite, and folding-blade mechanism allowing for ship deployment. Rounds are designed to fragment upon impact with a lethal radius of 10 feet.


    • 30MM M230 chain gun
    • AGM-114 Hellfire
    • AIM-92 Stinger
    • CRV7: Unguided rockets with a larger blast radius and further range than the Hydra. The Westland Apache can carry up to 75 CRV7s.

    Aircraft available in Free Flight mode

    • Mi-35 HIND
    • MQ-8B Fire Scout


    • Taziristan
    • Salcedo
    • Lualia People's Republic

    PC System Requirements


    • OS: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
    • Processor: Pentium 3 @ 450 MHz
    • Memory: 96 MB
    • Hard Drive: 300 MB Free
    • Video Memory: 16 MB
    • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible


    • OS: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
    • Processor: Pentium 4 @ 1 GHz
    • Memory: 256 MB
    • Hard Drive: 300 MB Free
    • Video Memory: 32 MB
    • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible

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