Jalada Air Strike Afghanistan Mac
Jalada Air Strike Afghanistan Mac
1.8.0

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Jalada Air Strike Afghanistan Mac free download for Mac

Jalada Air Strike Afghanistan Mac

1.8.0
05 March 2012

Action flight combat simulator.

Overview

jalada Air Strike Afghanistan is your action flight simulator and combat game. It puts you directly behind the trigger, in the fighter pilot's seat. Your goal is to destroy enemy targets dispersed throughout the various challenging campaigns leading through Afghanistan. In each mission you must score points to be promoted and to get new technology. Fight for glory to compete for the best pilot ever on Earth.

What's new in Jalada Air Strike Afghanistan Mac

Version 1.8.0:
  • This new edition features faster game and graphics algorithms for best performance.

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5 Jalada Air Strike Afghanistan Mac Reviews

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Janichsan
13 July 2010

Most helpful

Oh, my god - this is bad. As a flight sim buff, I'm suffering from the current dearth of good flight sims, so JASA was bound to catch my eye - despite the appalling web site. Unfortunately, sometimes the first impression is right. JASA is simply *bad*. The graphics aren't even up to early 1990's standards, the flight model is a joke, the controls imprecise and weird, maps, planes and missions have no relation whatsoever to "Afghanistan" and in five minutes playing, I found a handful of gamebreaking bugs (key commands aren't displayed in the tutorial, enemies don't turn up, missiles aren't fired). Keep away from this crap.
Like (5)
Version 1.5.2
Neil-martin
29 June 2011
Ok... this looks extremely similar to GL-117, which has been around for years and was released under the GPL. (look at the screenshots - http://www.heptargon.de/gl-117/gl-117.html ) If the person who wrote this software has used any code from GL-117, they are bound by the GPL to distribute their software (even if it's modified) under the same license, providing the source code as well (it can't be shareware)!
Like (4)
Version 1.7.4
2 answer(s)
Janichsan
Janichsan
05 July 2011
Damn, you're right: the HUD and the terrain is basically identical. Bad style, Jalada...
Like (4)
Dokter-mac
Dokter-mac
06 November 2011
Too bad that GL-117 is only compiled as a PowerPC application. On the other hand reading the comments and looking to the screenshots it's better this way :). Anyway, I'm going to download the source so I can compile it for Intel & PowerPC. Thanks for the tip Neil! Sincerely.
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Awado
26 March 2011
Hm... why is "Josephine Mutzenbacher" only rating/commenting Jalada's software? And why is she (he?) the only one with positive comments???
Like (4)
Version 1.7.2
anonymous-wombat-32
26 March 2011
Plays like it was coded by one person, who has never played a flight sim, or a decent game. Bad controls, bad graphics, bad concept! Sorry
Like (2)
Version 1.7.2
I think that game looks very nice, I've watched the video at youtube http://youtu.be/YsZyHv_cJ_8
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Version 1.5.2
Janichsan
13 July 2010
Oh, my god - this is bad. As a flight sim buff, I'm suffering from the current dearth of good flight sims, so JASA was bound to catch my eye - despite the appalling web site. Unfortunately, sometimes the first impression is right. JASA is simply *bad*. The graphics aren't even up to early 1990's standards, the flight model is a joke, the controls imprecise and weird, maps, planes and missions have no relation whatsoever to "Afghanistan" and in five minutes playing, I found a handful of gamebreaking bugs (key commands aren't displayed in the tutorial, enemies don't turn up, missiles aren't fired). Keep away from this crap.
Like (5)
Version 1.5.2
1 answer(s)
Rends
Rends
15 September 2010
right, looks like end 80s/early 90s game
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Version 1.5.6