Development of Boeing Sikorsky’s Comanche attack helicopter may have been cancelled by the US Army following recent cost-cutting decisions, but you can still fly one, thanks to the efforts of Feral Interactive. Their
Enemy Engaged: RAH-66 Comanche versus KA-52 Hokum puts you in the cockpits of the Comanche and the Kamov KA-52 Hokum B “Alligator,” a twin-rotor behemoth bristling with weapons. The game will hit store shelves sometime in August, and you can brush up on your helicopter flying skills with
a playable demo
version that’s available for download now.
Enemy Engaged, the sequel to a 1997 title called Apache Havoc, allows you to choose between three different campaigns featuring dynamic, unscripted scenarios. And the game features the ability to operate as either the pilot or co-pilot, leaving the other job to either the computer or another player if you’re playing on a network or the Internet.
The 75MB demo requires Mac OS X v10.2 or higher, G3/600MHz or faster, 256MB RAM, 3D graphics card with at least 16MB VRAM, 350MB free hard disk space, mouse and keyboard.