¡Combate por el dominio del cielo!¡Los cielos de Europa son un lugar peligroso en el que los ases llevan a sus escuadrones a victorias gloriosas o derrotas aplastantes! Pilota decenas de los aviones de caza más famosos de la Primera Guerra Mundial y entra en combate. Haz toneles, deslizamientos y rizos para derribar a los ases enemigos.
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 27 ago. 2013

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¡Combate por el dominio del cielo!

¡Los cielos de Europa son un lugar peligroso en el que los ases llevan a sus escuadrones a victorias gloriosas o derrotas aplastantes! Pilota decenas de los aviones de caza más famosos de la Primera Guerra Mundial y entra en combate. Haz toneles, deslizamientos y rizos para derribar a los ases enemigos. Mejora los cazas durante la campaña y asciende a tus mejores pilotos para que aprendan nuevas habilidades y tengan ventaja en combate. ¿Podrás cambiar el curso de la guerra o acabará derribándote un as enemigo?

Key Features:
  • Pasa de aviador a as en más de 180 misiones usando 30 aviones reales.
  • Consigue ascensos, mejoras de equipo y maniobras avanzadas como toneles, rizos y deslizamientos.
  • Desbloquea nuevos ases con habilidades especiales para ampliar las opciones de juego.

Requisitos del sistema

    • SO: Windows 7 or later
    • Procesador: 1.8 Core 2 Duo or AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 3600+
    • Memoria: 1 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: 256MB Video Card w/ OpenGL capabilities (Intel HD4000+, GeForce 7600+, GeForce 100+, Radeon HD2000+)
    • Almacenamiento: 300 MB de espacio disponible
    • Tarjeta de sonido: Audio output capability DirectX®: OpenGL
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( 1.9 h registradas )
Publicado el 10 de julio
This is a quick game to pick up and one is recommend for my Dad.
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( 6.0 h registradas )
Publicado el 6 de julio
Una buena inversion de dinero, si ves que el juego dice sid Meier's es que promete ser un juego tal vez siemple pero adictivo, en este caso es mas estategia, de preferencia si esta disponible compralo en bundle.
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( 14.9 h registradas )
Publicado el 30 de junio
This game is fun for the time it last and for the price you pay. Its not a complex game and I think Sid Meiers should watch more on what he puts his name on because the historic accuracy and the simplicity of the game is clearly not of a CIVILIZATION level. I expected something more .. hmmm... ''constistant''.

The mechanic is simple. You select a certain number of your pilots to do a mission in a choice of three missions. The pilots gets kills and when they reach a certain level you get upgrades on them. You also get a few upgrades on planes if you perform better. Basically, its a turn-based positioning strategy game. You shoot when you are in a good position and you are a pigeon when you are chased.

The game has no luck factor so its pure strategy. Still, its way too simple to be very interesting for a long time. I've gone through the game at the level 4 difficulty (out of 5) on my second run and sticked to it after. There are not enough plane choices (5 per factions) and you only have 4 pilots under your command. They can be wounded, captured or grounded by plane repairs ; reducing your missions opportunities to ZERO. The worst of all is that you have have FEMALE pilots. Not that I don't like women or think of them as inferiors but this REALLY cut you off from the historic immersion. Thumbs down for this ''politically correct'' choice.

The planes have a few differences but this could have been more significant. You can customize their skins with ''ace paintings'' but they are all dull and very generic. There are almost nothing to unlock and replayability is limited to 4 ''goes through'' (each of the four factions). After that, its soporific.

One of the best aspect of the game is totally lame because of the camera auto-zoom that you can't remove. You can replay your battles in pseudo ''real-time'' to watch how the fight happened but the auto-zoom will focus on shooting then get back to field view, then refocus on shooting then come back to field view, etc... and you lose all the fun of seeing the whole battle as it switch every 4 seconds from a point of view to another one.

Really, this game had a lot of potential to be a gem but the fact it has been designed for commoners rather than history fanatics kills it. The history side is BS, the strategy side is too easy and repetitive and the replayability is close to none.

I cannot recommend this game because it does not enter a classification to please anyone. Its too simple for strategy fans, its too inaccurate for history fans and its too repetitive for hardcore fans... maybe for people who knows nothing about WW1 ...

Graphics : 4/10 - (Sprites, its all right but plain and dull)
Sound/music : 2/10 - (Almost inexistant or just very generic and unremarkable)
Replayability : 3/10 - (Repetitive and limited)
Fun factor : 6/10 - (For the 15 hours it will last)

OVERALL : 3/10

Conclusion : Too easy, too inacurrate compared to history, repetitive, limited. This was probably a good Cell phone game but on PC it lacks polishing and diversity. You paid 5$ and you get what you paid for : something to kill a few hours.

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( 3.8 h registradas )
Publicado el 26 de junio
Save and save often as this game will randomly crash more than enemy pilots after a successful mission. Aside from that it's a lot of fun building your rookie pilots up to grizzled fighter veterans who know every trick to avoid enemy fire while strafing at anything within range.
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( 5.5 h registradas )
Publicado el 26 de junio
I picked up this game as part of the Sid Meier's Bundle and I have to admit it did not interest me at all. However, I was plesantly surprised to discover how fun it is. Sure, it is never going to beat Civ and you won't put 40 hours into it, but you can probably finish every campaign in 10 hours or so (I have done two and halfway through the third) and the combat is fun, especially if you grew up with turn-based strategy RPG's like me. There is very few RPG elements outside of pilots leveling up and earning new moves. Combat is simple at first but gets more complicated as you go along and earn more "moves". Watching the replay is fun as you see all the turn-based stuff you did in real-time and it looks pretty epic. Sadly, the missions are repetitive variants of "kill all enemies", "escort or protect this thing", "destroy this enemy base/train/thing" or the "ace vs ace" one of one battles. Still, pretty fun for $5.
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( 0.2 h registradas )
Publicado el 19 de junio
Submitting refund request. Game cant be played past the 2nd mission, like many other folks. Using a high-end rig, so it's not integrated graphics causing the issue.
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( 1.7 h registradas )
Publicado el 9 de junio
Broken. As in, "will not run and never has" broken; even the playtime listed was letting it hang for 90min to see if it'd do anything while I ate dinner. Nope!

Just a bitter pity I picked this up in the days before refunds, because this really has no excuse for such nonexistent support.
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voice of tranquility
( 3.3 h registradas )
Publicado el 6 de junio
I'm sure it's a lovely game... if it would run on Windows 7 x64, and there weren't so many stability issues associated with it...
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( 0.2 h registradas )
Publicado el 24 de mayo
Fun, but it won't stop ♥♥♥♥ing crashing
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Publicado el 4 de mayo
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12.5 h registradas
Publicado el 13 de diciembre de 2013
En gran medida, Ace Patrol es la adaptación a ordenador del clásico juego de tablero Blue Max (aunque no lo diga en ningún sitio), y en gran medida se mantiene fiel a esa herencia. Controlamos a un pequeño escuadrón (normalmente dos aviones cada vez) y decidimos qué hacer con ellos en cada turno, tratando de derribar los aviones enemigos. Sencillo, y sin demasiada complicación, es fácil entrar en el juego. También es su punto flaco, ya que esa excesiva sencillez acaba haciendo que las batallas sean demasiado repetitivas, ya que no hay mucho que varíe de una a otra y los objetivos se repiten continuamente. Al fin y al cabo sólo intervienen los aviones, las zonas de antiaéreos, y las de nubes, y estas dos últimas son fijas; se echan de menos zonas de turbulencias, viento, etc. que puedan hacer las batallas más interesantes.

Gráficamente la verdad es que es bastante pobre, limitado probablemente por el hecho de que es una portabilidad de móviles y tablets. Así, los aviones tienen modelos poco detallados y trabajados, y los fondos son aún más esquemáticos y pobres. El sonido no mejora demasiado, y se repite en exceso. En cuanto a innovación, de eso no tiene demasiado si lo comparamos con Blue Max, pero si que es cierto que es un juego que no tiene otro igual en videojuegos, así que de eso va bien.

En resumen, entretenido para pasar unos ratos sin comerse la cabeza derribando aviones, pero no se le puede pedir más. Un 5.
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3.1 h registradas
Publicado el 13 de febrero de 2014
Muy buena idea, pésima realización. Probadlo antes de comprarlo porque 5 euros me parece un precio excesivo viendo el acabado final. El juego tiene una muy buena mecánica, pero acaba siendo repetitivo y sin demasiada substancia que te incite a seguir jugando. Tiene ingredientes para ser un buen juego, pero se han descuidado muchos aspectos haciéndolo más bien mediocre.
Siendo generoso le pongo un 5/10
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Juego entretenido y con más difucultad de la que se podría esperar por su aspecto infantil, y con más detalles
de los que cabría esperar, sin ser una maravilla. Ni mucho menos, pero por el precio que tiene merece la pena
si te gusta la estrategia y la aviacón.
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Publicado el 13 de marzo de 2014
Bland, limited & repetitive gameplay is what you can expect from Sid's Ace Patrol. I really tried to enjoy this (I put in the time!), but it has none of the 'one-more-turn' addictiveness of his other games.

So why is it so bad you ask?

Each map looks almost identical, graphics look like direct port from mobile platform, the mission types you can count on one hand & the game itself is very short covering 24 missions across 4 campaigns. They can go quick too! You do not feel there is any progression as you go through as the game centres around your score; having little in the way of feeling like you are winning a war. There is no territory to defend or conquer instead you choose from 3 random missions then up to 4 pilots to progress through each level. Pilot & plane upgrades are rewarded as you proceed through your game, but only really make it easier to win & that isn't really a strong point when the 'Legend' difficulty is not really very challenging. Legend (besides boosting your score) just makes it more frustrating than anything else since the opposing pilots get big stats boosts making it take a painfully long time to shoot them down yet much easier for you to be shot down.

Tactically you will find many dogfights are reduced to both of you flying around in circles for multiple moves until the AI decides to fly out giving you an opening to attack. You can try different tactics but it always comes back to 'circling' from my experience. Once you get behind someone it is very hard for them to get away (unless they're an Ace pilot), and likewise when the roles are reversed. It makes the first few turns of your engagment most important, but then very predictable after that. To add to this, I also couldn't play this on my old PC with ATI graphics as it wouldn't render the display, showing all white, so I have only been able to play recently since I got my new PC with NVidia graphics.

All said & done, I can't help but to ask myself why Sid would put his name on such a sub-par game, let alone make a sequel! Also milking it further by charging almost twice as much locally in AU @ $8.99 instead of US @ $4.99 (still well overpriced for what you get if you ask me).

Very disappointing! :(

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Back in the day, Ace of Aces was a book-based air combat game. Each player would select an aerial maneuver in an attempt to gain a positional advantage over their opponent. Based on the comparison of the maneuvers chosen, each player would be directed to turn to a page in their book that gave the view from their cockpit and another series of maneuvers from which to chosen. Sid Meier's Ace Patrol uses the power of the personal computer to do the same thing.

Sid Meier's Ace Patrol is a simple one or two player game simulating air combat in World War I. The game avoids the immersive experience of a first-person flight simulator and the more complex physics that the experience brings. Instead, the game uses a hexagon based movement system with a view of action from the side, much like a board game. Flight physics is simplified by giving the player a selection of "legal" maneuvers so you don't have to worry about pushing your pilot or aircraft beyond its limits. Airspeed doesn't play a factor in the game and altitude is generalize to one of four levels (well, five if you count the ground). It was very easy to learn the game's mechanics despite the lack of documentation. There is a tutorial and hints are displayed at the beginning of each scenario.

The game itself is set up in a campaign style. The player selects one of four nationalities (British, American, French or German) and a special skill for one of their pilots. During the game, players manage a squadron of four pilots, selecting skill upgrades as pilots increase in experience and aircraft upgrades as the squadron completes missions. The player has the option of switching aircraft types for each pilot between missions. Aircraft have five characteristics that they are rated from one to five to allow players a general understanding of each type's performance against other aircraft.

Covering the years between 1916 and 1918, the player's squadron participates in four campaigns with six battles each. Each battle presents the player with 1 to 3 different missions with varying degrees of difficulty and reward. Missions are performed either over friendly territory or enemy territory. The location of the mission will determine what side of the map the objective is on. Landing behind enemy lines will result in your pilot being captured as a prisoner of war and unavailable for the remainder of the campaign. Crash landing in friendly territory will result in injuries that will keep the pilot out of battle for a number of missions. Missions available are randomly selected with the exception of the final battle which appears to always be a "boss fight" against an enemy zeppelin and its fighter escort.

I found the game to be a highly enjoyable simulation of air combat with a small element of asset management. Missions are short and the entire game can be completed within few hours. The randomization of missions for each battle provides extended replayability. Sid Meier’s Ace Patrol is a simple game with a simple interface that is a delight to play.
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Publicado el 14 de abril de 2014
Ace Patrol feels like a port of a mobile game with no challenge. In a mere hour, I blew through half of the missions. You get to see the mission grid, much like other mobile games. You get four pilots / planes and pilot them on missions. Mostly blow up other planes. Sometimes, blow up tanks or zeplins. The game is turn based and played out on a hexigrid with each plane getting a certain amount of spaces based on their speed or altitude.

As you progress mission after mission, your planes / pilots will level up and gain skills you can chose from. You will also unlock upgrades to equip to your 4 planes. These skills feel useless and very subtle. You don't need the skills or upgrades before you get them. Never once did I feel like now that upgrade will totally help me do better.

This is just a very dull game. The maps look identical. The only real thing you even need to concern yourself with each map is enemy territory that will shoot you down, but enemy territory is so sparse, that you'll barely run into it. Plus its easy to avoid. The only way to hide from an enemy is hang out in clouds, but since you operate planes, you cannot really stay in clouds since you'll always be moving.

Avoid this game. Maybe on a phone it would be more fun to kill a bit of time with, but on PC, its just too easy to blow through.
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Publicado el 27 de noviembre de 2013
This little gem is actually quite intereresting. Made for smart phones and Tablets originally but ported to the PC and beamed into our collective HD using the magic that is STEAM Ace Patrol is about two things. Biplane Hex Combat and more importantly fun.

Gameplay is basically this. You pick a nation (UK, France, Imperial Germany or America!) and each nation has a selecton of randomly generated pilots with aeroplanes of the era and you dogfight the enemy using a turn based hex combat system. Your squadron can have up to four Pilots who fly a series of randomly generated missions over four different offensives against NPC pilots who like your own can be captured or forced temporary out of the war to repair their damaged crates. Both friendly and enemy squadron Pilots unlock RPG-esqe skills, upgrades for their planes and learn special manauvers that give them the upper hand in combat. Oh and as the offensive progresses so does air technology for both sides. You might be flying easy one moment and then the enemy has a fancier crate with another set of wings and a bigger gun to keep you on your toes!

Combat itself is pretty simple, get a good shot under or behind the enemy plane whilst not exposing yourself to the dangers of their wingmans guns or AA gun fire. You are graded with a score system that is tied to the general STEAM achivements and online leaderboard for said game. To increase the score obviously you'll have to ratchet up the difficulty level (or be lucky enough to get a Pilot with the DOUBLE SCORE ability).

The other feature to keep you playing again is once you complete a Offensive with a certain nation the first time you unlock famous WW1 Ace Pilots with their own biplane livery schemes.

Bugs wise I've only encountered one and that sometimes you have some trouble clicking on a hex, this gets really fiddly when your Pilot has a million manuvers and you really don't want to select the FORCE LANDING one. I expect this is to do with it being more of a Tablet game really. Also, some of the art assets are slightly bland (Don't get excited about seeing the Offensive Victory screen more than once) despite the fact they did their best locked more or less in a single location.

Is it worth buying though? sure, why not if you want a addictive but slighty short turn based aeroplane game . But for the best value get it in a Sale and make sure you pick up the rather decent WW2 Pacific Campaign sequal at the same time.
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Publicado el 2 de noviembre de 2013
I bought this game right when it was released, but I suppose I forgot about it for a while, while I had plenty of other games to play. Two months have passed, and today I finally realized it was time I tried it.... and damn! It's actually a fun game!

Having Sid Meier's name in the title, I expected this game to be heavy, super-deep and difficult to learn, kinda like Civilization, but it's actually pretty simple, intuitive and easy to get into. I've only been playing for a few hours, and while I'm sure the more advanced missions and the harder difficulty levels can make the game very challenging and complex, it's very begginer-friendly on 'easy mode', so I'm quite happy that for once, I put my ego aside and started with the lowest difficulty level (I usually choose "Normal" or whatever the medium difficulty level is called).

Ugh, not sure how to summarize this, so I'll just go grab something to eat. C'ya. :P
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