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Java-based aerial combat game with multiplayer support.

Altitude overview

Altitude is a Java-based aerial combat game with multiplayer support.

Blast your way across the cartoon skies in this fast-paced game of aerial combat. Nimbly Games has crafted an instantly accessible, rewardingly deep, and ravishingly fun dogfighting game with unprecedented multiplayer support. The sirens have sounded, bogies are coming in hot...

Jump into the fast and agile Loopy and drop your enemies from the sky with a tactical EMP blast - but get out of the way before your Biplane support tears them to pieces with 20mm cannons blazing! Barrel roll through the enemy minefield and arm your nuke as you enter the drop zone. There it is - the enemy base - but two Mirandas just warped in with lasers hot, and an Explodet is lumbering into position over their hangar decks - will you carry your team to victory?

  • Pilot 5 completely unique planes: Loopy, Bomber, Explodet, Biplane, and Miranda
  • Customize your plane with 25 unlockable perks, from twin-fire missiles to on-board repair drones
  • Navigate 9 official maps, or create and share your own with the Altitude Editor
  • Play online with up to 64 players, and always find your friends with slick community features

What’s new in version 1.1

Updated on Jun 11 2019

Version 1.1:
  • Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.
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26.9 MB

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App requirements

  • Intel 64
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later
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May 7 2009
May 7 2009
Version: 1.0
When attempting to launch Altitude 1.0 I end up with a black screen and no way out of it except by doing a hard shutdown via my Mac's Power button. Mac Intel core 2 duo w/Leopard 10.5.6.
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