Das neue Helikopter-Spiel des unabhängigen Entwicklerstudios Bohemia Interactive – den Schöpfern der preisgekrönten Militär-Simulationsserie Arma 2. Basierend auf den Erfahrungen aus zehn Jahren hoch akkurater Simulationsentwicklung, lässt Take On Helicopters den Spieler in wunderschöne Landschaften eintauchen und bietet ein...
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Veröffentlichung: 27. Okt. 2011
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Take On Helicopters Now Includes Two Free DLC!

Take on Helicopters - Rearmed

Take On Helicopters: Rearmed is a free official DLC for Take On Helicopters. It seamlessly merges Arma 2 and Arma 2: Operation Arrowhead content into the game. Fly your helicopter over the gorgeous autumn landscape of Chernarus, dodge incoming fire from a myriad of Anti-Air weapon systems, and fight in massive combined arms operations.

Take On Noisecontrollers is an entirely free DLC for Take On Helicopters.

Fusing two seemingly disconnected worlds, it is one of the first forays of hardstyle music into gaming.

The exciting collaboration between DJ and producer duo Noisecontrollers and Bohemia Interactive, has produced a fun expansion for everyone to enjoy.

Owners of Take on Helicopters will automatically download this content the next time they update their game.

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Das neue Helikopter-Spiel des unabhängigen Entwicklerstudios Bohemia Interactive – den Schöpfern der preisgekrönten Militär-Simulationsserie Arma 2. Basierend auf den Erfahrungen aus zehn Jahren hoch akkurater Simulationsentwicklung, lässt Take On Helicopters den Spieler in wunderschöne Landschaften eintauchen und bietet ein authentisches Flug-Modell.

Der Spieler übernimmt die Rolle des zivilen Helikopter-Piloten Harry Larkin, dessen Flugunternehmen sich gerade in einer schweren Krise befindet. In jahrzehntelanger Arbeit aufgebaut, treibt der strauchelnde Betrieb nun auf die Schließung zu. Seine Söhne stehen vor einer ungewissen Zukunft und müssen alles geben, um das Unternehmen zu retten, für dessen Aufbau ihr Vater ein ganzes Leben gegeben hat. Gemeinsam müssen sie neue Vertragspartner finden und gegen die Mitbewerber bestehen. Nur zusammen können sie die Helikopter zurück in die Luft bringen!

Durchlaufen Sie eine umfassende Missionsreihe von der ersten Flugübung bis zur vollkommenen Beherrschung Ihres Drehflügelgefährtes oder erstellen Sie mithilfe des mächtigen und gleichzeitig leicht zu bedienenden Editors Ihre eigenen Missionen.

Erkunden Sie den Luftraum zweier unglaublich detailreicher und weitläufiger Regionen, die auf realen Terrain-Daten Nordamerikas und Südasiens basieren.

Erleben Sie den neuesten Stand der Technik: Helikopter von erstaunlichem Detailgrad, eine offene Welt mit gewaltigen Ausmaßen und authentische Aerodynamik...

Take On Helicopters bietet Ihnen:

  • Eine präzise nachempfundene Aerodynamik
  • Akkurat modellierte Helikopter & Cockpits
  • Eine weitläufige & detaillierte Umwelt
  • Einen mächtigen & intuitiven Missions-Editor
  • Einen Mehrspieler-Modus mit Kooperativ- & Wettkampf-Szenarien

Take On Helicopters beinhaltet zwei große Regionen:

  • Seattle, ein 60x60km großes Areal in Nordamerika
  • South Asia, ein 120x120km umfassendes Terrain mit natürlicher Vegetation sowie urbanen Regionen.

Take On Helicopters führt drei individuelle Helikopter-Klassen ein:



    • Betriebssystem: Windows XP
    • Prozessor: Intel Dual-Core 2,4 GHz oder AMD Dual-Core Athlon 2,5 GHz oder schneller
    • Speicher: 2 GB RAM
    • Grafik: NVIDIA GeForce 8800GT oder ATI Radeon 4850 mit Shader-Model 3 und 512 MB VRAM oder schneller
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Festplatte: 20 GB Festplattenspeicher
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0c kompatible Soundkarte


    • Betriebssystem: Windows Vista, Windows 7
    • Prozessor: Intel Dual-Core 3 GHz oder AMD Dual-Core Athlon 3 GHz oder besser
    • Speicher: 4 GB RAM
    • Grafik: NVIDIA GeForce 9800GT oder ATI Radeon 5850 mit Shader-Model 3 und 1024 MB VRAM oder schneller
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Festplatte: 20 GB Festplattenspeicher
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0c kompatible Soundkarte
    • Andere Anforderungen: Breitbandinternetverbindung
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13 von 15 Personen (87%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
28.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 3. Februar
I don't understand why there are so many negative comments on the game, I've played Microsoft Flight Simulator X and Longbow II as well as Take on Helicopters, and all have their strengths and weaknesses, but this game felt like I was actually learning to fly a helicopter as some of the fast paced missions stumped me for a bit, but with persistence and saving at key points, it has been a very good experience.

Should I play this?:
If you enjoyment of being immersed in a good story, and upgrading the various helicopters to take on more missions, this will not disappoint. The military sims are enjoyable, and definitely challenging, but seem to hurry past the learning to fly and focus more on combat. There is a good mix of civilian, transport, and law enforcement/military missions which allow you to earn money and buy all the upgrades, there can be an issue if you sell a helicopter you need, so picking up extra missions is helpful. I would do often walk around inspections of each heli before taking on a mission to significantly lower the repair bill.

Without a doubt, this is the most realistic feeling physics in a flight simulator I've played to date. With flight Simulator X I almost feel the helis were an afterthought addition because it lacks certain flight physics that require the constant adjustments required to keep the helicopters in flight. In Take On Helicopters, the wind and added weight of personnel and cargo changes how the helicopters fly, the copters accrue damage and can feel like a rickety bucket of bolts, giving an impending doom feeling before they ultimately reach maximum entropy and fall out of the sky. I had more than a few instances where I killed the Huey because I failed to properly finesse them through the trial without burying the throttle and burning out the engine.

Every simulator has it's glitches, I've seen more glitches in Flight Sim X than I have in TOH. Only one instance have I seen a glitch and pressed escape, then selected skip in the menu.
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4 von 4 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
6.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 30. Mai
I have to make this fairly simple and straight forward instead of a lengthy review.
Overall, positive head nod to Bohemia Interactive in this now aging title as in the words of Monty Python, "and now for something completely different".

I predominantly have played this game "offline" as Steam does not detect the game activation if you modify some of the game files and I bypass the standard Steam startup, which I did so in order to ramp up the difficulty to give the flight modeling a much more realistic feel and activated the ArMA 2 modules I WANT TO RUN.
I have easily logged 300+ hours on this game.

Key Points:

1) If you are looking for a hardcore "simulation" this is NOT your game.
2) If you are looking for a "light" simulation game with PASSABLE aerodynamics physics for the starting helos this works.(but NOT the medium and heavy helicopters who FMs are skewed),
3) If you have ever wanted to fly over the Pacific Northwest and Puget Sound with a helicopter, you will like this game immensely, the modeling and collison detect is better than most modern flight simulations.
4) If you are interested in learning about the basic functionality of helicopters without flight manual complication, this is YOUR game.

Bottom line, the game itself is entertaining, the plot is a little "tired" but still fun.
The Seattle map region is EXCELLENT, with all the actual landmarks noted.
However, if you want to run this game REALLY well, you are going to need a beast of a gaming system, and not because the game is overly "complex".
The ArmA 2 game engine just was never that well optimized for this kind of "simulation" and the overall graphics close to the ground can really get ugly, and SO WISH the engine had been optimized because the modeling and collision detection is GOOD.

Never was flying a "little bird" over Seattle so much of a small guilty pleasure, especially for cheap the game is now with all the DLC packs.
You are going to need a flight control system in order to get the most out of the game.
In a pinch, you can use a Xbox 360 controller, but that unprecise when playing at difficulties at veteran and above.
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2 von 2 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
13.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10. April
So.... this game is hard to make a review.
I would recommend it to people that REALLY like making missions with a helicopter... its not like a Tycoon... but its got some of the aspects like buying new choppers and customizing them, but it doesnt feel like one at all. so scratch any tycoon feeling out of this game. this is a linear story game that just happens to let you customize and buy your choppers when you feel like. one BIG downside of this game is the character dialogs. they are incredibly boring and monotone, even the ones that you think should make mode of a impact, more feeling... anything! but it doesnt... its monotone and doesnt make you feel anything. the voice acting in this game is really bad.

Should you buy this game? only if you're a heli enthusiast and got the money laying there. many of the game features if not all are present in Arma II/III, a little browsing in the steam work shop with Arma III and you'll have more Heli mission content then present in this game, BUT, the MAP in this game is really good. and when I say good... i mean its HUGE... so theres a lot to see and do/redo... and even create, BUT, again... BUT, in Arma III you can import a lots of maps now and they have higher visual quality. The map in this game has very little detail in buildings... and roads, streets are not even present. they are part of the ground texture... if you're looking for decent graphics, this is not for you.
The missions and story are decent. but the voice acting takes off part of it.

To make it short.

Bad voice acting makes the game not as intriguing as it could be. recommended only if you're REALLY into helicopters and want everything out there.


- Decent engine (Arma II) 9/10
- Decent story line / missions 7/10
- Map Size 10/10


- Map detail is horrible 4/10 (excludings building density)
- Voice acting is laughable 2/10
- Lack of indepth helicopters courses to improve flight 4/10
- my bad english in this review.
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8 von 9 Personen (89%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
4.5 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22. Januar 2014
Eigentlich ist das Spiel von der Idee her gut gelungen, auch vom Gameplay. Jedoch ist zu bemängeln, dass die Grafik auf einem leistungsfähigen Rechner trotz hoher Einstellungen sehr matschig und die Bodentexturen sehr unscharf sind. Außerdem kommt es auf hohen Grafiksettings häufig zu "Rucklern" und oft mangelt es an FPS. Wenn man das Spiel, so wie ich beim Humble Bundle geholt hat, bekommt man einen sehr spaßigen, aber nicht unbedingt gut aussehenden Spielspaß.
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2 von 4 Personen (50%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
2.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22. September 2014
Ugh im the worst pilot ever,(not in arma3 tho) :D love it still,what about more helicopters?? ;)thanks for tha awesome and fun game/simulation.a suggestion i would like to upload custom music i can hear whilst flying :b,i honestly can recommend it :).
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