World War II Online
World War II Online
1.36.7.0

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World War II Online for Mac1.36.7.0

16 October 2020

War flight simulator.

What is World War II Online for Mac

World War II Online is a flight war simulation game. World War II Online is a combined arms, online simulation set in a relentless, action-packed 3D environment where players can command and crew a variety of accurately modeled vehicles, naval vessels and aircraft or sling weapons and fight as a foot soldier with and against thousands of other players.

World War II Online is the first and still only massively multiplayer first-person virtual battlefield that covers a 1/2 scale map of Europe with accurate terrain modeling. It enables thousands of players to fight 24/7 in a persistent world in which career paths and character advancement provide a rich RPG layer and strategic systems are driven by player missions and command structure.

Features
  • Combined arms operations in the first online virtual battlefield
  • 1/2 scale map of Europe - the biggest online world ever
  • Thousands of online players in a 24/7 persistent world
  • First person perspective in all game play
  • Character advancement and career paths for rich RPG layer
  • Strategic systems driven by player missions and command
  • Historically accurate weapons, aircraft, tanks, trucks, and more
  • Groundbreaking physics and damage modeling

World War II Online offers limited play for free, plus Starter and Premium accounts. The pricing schema can be found here.

What's new in World War II Online

Version 1.36.7.0:
Bug Fixes
  • Server Tracked Object related game crash
  • M10 mantlet hitmap
  • Matilda II armor leak
  • Urban Building 01 clip point fixed
  • Two terrain tiles are no longer missing
  • French hurricane decal now shows properly
  • P-39/Bell propellers no longer disappear
  • Amiens railroad stone texture no longer stretched
  • No more floating boxes in “Ham”
  • Stretched texture in damaged vehicle spawn fixed
  • Ju-52 altimeter now looks and works properly

Full list of changes available here

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Ilgaz
Ilgaz
Jan 11 2011
1.32.8.255
0.0
Jan 11 2011
0.0
Version: 1.32.8.255
System requirements needs to get updated big time, as far as I know it is not PPC compatible anymore so better check with developers site before downloading 450MB if you have PowerPC mac.
Guest
Guest
Jun 30 2005
1.19.1
4.8
Jun 30 2005
4.8
Version: 1.19.1
Don't worrie to much, I still play most games on maximum graphics etc. on my Dual 1,42 G4 2G ram GeForce 4 Ti.
Guest
Guest
Apr 8 2005
1.18.4
4.8
Apr 8 2005
4.8
Version: 1.18.4
In an earlier mini review of this game I said that when WWII Online is working it's a real joy to play - version 1.18 thru 1.18.2 soured me, and my ratings reflected that. Subsequent releases though, show that the developers (Cornered Rat Software) are making a real effort to improve things for Mac gamers. I have also re-evaluated the game and re-subbed. Version 1.18.4 is stable and playable again, but more - with the addition of a couple of new Mac programmers - from all reports the upcoming 1.19 release will be the best yet for the Mac player base - and looks to only get better. There have been several posts about minimum system requirements for decent gameplay, but I can only say that I play ok on an 867 G4, with 1.5 gig RAM, and a 32Mb Video Card. This should probably be the current minimum. This is an insanely addictive game, which is perhaps why passions run so high when people review it - when we can't get our "fix", we spiral into an ugly withdrawl - this also says a lot about how great this game really is.
Guest
Guest
Jan 15 2005
1.18
4.8
Jan 15 2005
4.8
Version: 1.18
I am severly upset that these WWII Online people would say their game req's are so low. I feel I was duped into forking over 20 bucks for the CD and then find out the game is unplayable on my system: OSX 10.3.7 1.25Ghz G4 2 g/memory Geforce4MX 32mb I have a buddy who can play it with his high end G5 so I have no idea what the real minimum spec's are, I only know they fall somewhere in between what I have and a G5 with all the bells and whistles.
Guest
Guest
Dec 27 2004
1.18
4.8
Dec 27 2004
4.8
Version: 1.18
The posted system requirements are pure fantasy: You must have at least a 1 GHz CPU, 1 gig RAM, a 64Mb Video Card (or better) to play this game at even it's minimum settings - which are poor graphically, and will result in you just being cannon fodder for those with yet higher-end systems. If you don't have a G5 with plenty of memory, a gamer quality video card, and a fast connection - Don't even bother!
Guest
Guest
Dec 27 2004
1.18
4.8
Dec 27 2004
4.8
Version: 1.18
Most of the "Mac" players ( and even numerous PC'ers) have a love-hate relationship with this game. When it's functioning properly (IE: reasonable FPS, and not crashing during gameplay every 10 minutes) it's completely absorbing, and a real joy to play. The big problem with this game is that CRS (Cornered Rat Software- the WWII Online developers) is often too quick to release updates or patches that haven't been thoroughly tested and all too often -such as in the current release update 1.18.2- the game comes to a screeching halt due to numerous bugs and/or OS compatability issues. In CRS's favor, they usually work out most of the kinks within a week or two of an "update". The down-side is that they seem to feel the need to constantly (almost monthly now) add frills and goodies (new weapons, visual enhancements, etc) at a feverish pace- then rush it into game play without thorough Beta-testing. This is, once again, the major issue with 1.18.2 and though I'm a long time subscriber and avid fan - I simply can't take the frustration of having the game not work half the time anymore and have un-subbed as of today.
Nick-Crawford
Nick-Crawford
Dec 22 2004
1.18
4.5
Dec 22 2004
4.5
Version: 1.18
It's an amazing game, the most realistic you can get. As such, it has a vast learning curve, give it a month at minimum, join a squad, and you'll see what I mean. Only downside is steep system requirements.
Guest
Guest
Oct 30 2004
1.17.0
4.8
Oct 30 2004
4.8
Version: 1.17.0
Been playing the game for quite awhile. Overall I love the general idea/theme. However I find it increasingly disturbing that after YEARS this game should still never exited beta testing. You'll find over and over again with each 'update' that the one should just be deleted, this is really version 0.17.0. Support for the Mac platform is nonexistant. There have been references made to thier 'mac guy' and even given some extra help. But once again, bugs exist in this game that have been there for 16+ months and nothing has been done about it. I personally have had several service tickets outstanding since a month after I started. I am not alone on this eather. Dozens of Mac people have gotten ignored. Several players have been overbilled. If you insist on trying this game, do so with the utmost caution. It's a great idea. Just really poor implimentation. Graphics are old, fps are SLOW even on a windows box, play options are limited even with full rank, support is a joke, bugs are abundant, billing is scary, the half dozen mac die-hards are the people you'll come to know and joke with, they are a good bunch. Unfortantly I really have no need to pay for a chat forum. Try it if you must, but be cautious.
Guest
Guest
Sep 30 2004
1.16.3
4.8
Sep 30 2004
4.8
Version: 1.16.3
Are you seeing the same game I am? It works fine on a Mac. I'm running at full screen 1600x1024 on a PowerMac G5 1.6, getting 20+ fps. I do have the occasional crash to death, but less than my PC counterparts do. I do wish they'd optimize for the Mac even more, but I'm having a blast in game. Then again, you'd probably have more fun with a scripted twitch game like Call of Onan, uh Call of Duty, why not try that?
Guest
Guest
Aug 7 2004
1.14.2
4.8
Aug 7 2004
4.8
Version: 1.14.2
The game has finally "updated" it's Mac player base out of play. The most recent Update has caused the game to be UNPLAYABLE for anyone one versions of OSX below 10.3 (the majority of the community of Mac players despite CRS's lies). CRS has stated on their "support" boards that they will no longer be patching Mac versions below 10.3 Oddly they announced this long after they collected advanced payments from mac users and ONLY because of ANOTHER patching problem. CRS has ONE MAC PROGRAMMER, and this guy (RickB) has stated that he has not seen Mac code in MONTHS. it seems they keep him busy with other work and ignore the Mac needs! A recent CRS poll revealed that there are less then FORTY Mac players of wwii online and that base is full of CRS "friends" and fanboys that attempt to shout down any criticism of wwii online and thus hamper any attempts to force the rats to give us what we paid for. Oddly, the fanboys are too stupid to see that their "we love you no matter what" posts to CRS are the main reason this company has never tried to make the Mac client playable. There are "show stopping bugs" such as the sound bug that are MONTHS old in this game that have NEVER been addressed at all despite complaints and support requests. Why bother, the rats get paid from the fanboys parents once a month to baby sit their drooling kids no matter how poor the product. I'm shocked no one ever initiated a class action Vs. CRS and Playnet. They NEVER delivered on the sales pitch and there are laws that protect people from deceptive sales practices such as theirs. This game has been nothing but a scam from day one.