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IL-2 Sturmovik / Re: IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad Sale
« Last post by wilso845 on Today at 06:50:52 PM »
Not seeing any sale or discounts on the site brah it might have ended
Games Discussion / What's your gaming pleasure this weekend? 20/07/18
« Last post by Asid on Today at 06:44:42 PM »

What's your gaming pleasure this weekend? 20/07/18    :gamer

My RC flying will be the priority again.  Maintenance on my Nitro machine which has an electrical glitch.  :Holmes
Flight Simulation     Shaking the dust of military jets with naval support....Carrier landings  :pilotfly

If I do get some more time then maybe...:

Objects in space:  Awesome game with the old skool feel  :thumbsup,6364.0.html   :beam me up

Swat 4 (SEF MOD): :sneaking :shooting-two-guns

IL-2 Battle Of X:  Great fun. Their tank dlc is out on EA

The Caribbean Sail  :pirateship

Arma3: maybe...with a friend

What about you? Surely I am not the only one playing?   :Tumbleweed
IL-2 Sturmovik / IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Moscow
« Last post by Asid on Today at 05:41:41 PM »
IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Moscow

Store page

The second release in the new generation IL-2 Sturmovik titles is dedicated to the defense of Moscow, the capital of the Soviet Union. The campaign tells about the desperate situation when the German army had reached Moscow’s outskirts and the Red Army’s fierce counteroffensive.

IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Moscow can be used as a separate product or be integrated with BOS and/or BOK, resulting in one big WWII Eastern Front combat flight-sim.

Moscow map (small portion)

2 editions available. Standard and Premium.

Standard edition:
•   8 Battle of Moscow Aircraft
•   Moscow Map
•   Battle of Moscow Campaign
•   Quick Mission Builder
•   Single-Player Missions
•   Multi-Player Mode
•   Player Controlled Tanks

Premium edition:
•  2 Collector Planes (P-40 and MC.202)
•  8 Battle of Moscow Aircraft
•  Moscow Map
•  Battle of Moscow Campaign
•  Quick Mission Builder
•  Single-Player Missions
•  Multi-Player Mode
•  Player Controlled Tanks

Included in Battle of Moscow pack

I-16 Type 24

Bf 109 E-7

MMiG-3 Series 24

Bf 109 F-2

IL-2 AM-38 (model 1941)

Bf 110 E-2

Pe-2 Series 35

Ju 88 A-4

Premium Edition includes two (2) Collector planes: P-40E-1 and MC.202 Series VIII


One of the most famous piston-engined fighter aircraft of all time, it saw use in all the theaters of WWII, including on the Eastern Front. It was adopted by 26 countries and used in USSR under the Lend-Lease Act. Many famous pilots of different nations piloted this plane, including Soviet pilots Boris Safonov, Pyotr Pokryshev, Fedor Chubukov and others. This isn’t the nimblest fighter, but it compensates with sturdy construction and very powerful armament consisting of six (6) .50 cal. machine guns.

MC.202 Series VIII

The Macchi C.202 Folgore ("Thunderbolt") was a mainstay of Italian air force during 1942 - 1943. First flown in 1941, the Folgore was the pinnacle of Italian fighter design in WWII. Its performance was superior to many fighter designs flown by other nations during the war. In true Italian style is has beautiful lines and a distinctive silhouette. Several Italian aces flew it, Teresio Vittorio Martinoli, Franco Lucchini and Leonardo Ferrulli. The Macchi is very nimble, allowing a pilot to fly it confidently in a dogfight.

Collector Planes

Collector Planes are additional content not included in Standard Editions that can be added to extend the one’s collection of aircraft. Premium Editions include two Collector Planes each, they can be also bought separately if you own a Standard Edition. These planes are usable in all gameplay modes. The availability of Collector Planes in a career depends on the historical availability of this plane in that theater or battle.

Purchase here

Games Discussion / X-Combat Actions: The Days of the Dead
« Last post by Asid on Today at 04:25:17 PM »

'Who the hell knew they were signing up for this?!'
Special Agent Mark 'Skippy' Slater, Field Commander CIA Special Ops Unit 'Romeo', Task Force 23
Just because the enemy might be dead, thanks to a secret advanced US Bio-War project called 'Omega', it doesn't mean that he can't still fight.
Sound like a movie? Well... eventually it will be. But for now, in the fall of 1968, it's the real world of Ft. Marlene. Welcome to that world. Welcome to the world of science gone bad. Welcome to the world of gripping un-dead combat up from the grave....

Homepage: Here
Official forum: N/A
Steam: N/A
Buy from the dev: Here




October 1968
The dead have begun rising from their graves in search of human prey.

In a year of epic political and social turmoil across much of the globe, the madness of 1968 would culminate in October with the Northeastern United States Zombie Outbreak. The CIA's Special Operations Group mobilized its Covert 'Black Ops' Hunter-Killer Team, Task-Force 23, in a desperate attempt to contain and suppress the epidemic from the general public.

Be on the front lines of the covert ground campaign waged by the United States Government
against the Project Omega UnDead in the Fall of 1968.

The Dead have Risen...

Striking fully Animated 3D Graphics, Immersive Sound and Special Effects, all combine in a Skirmish Level game that's as personal as it gets-- 'Mano a Mano' or 'Mano a Muerto' (as the case may be), bringing a sense of immediacy and danger to every mission.

'UnDeadly' Turn Based Action...

Turn Based Gamer's want to kill some Zombies too and The Days of the Dead's turn based system is one that keeps you involved instead of putting you to sleep.

While staying true to turn based mechanics (no twitch game here), the game's random command activation system will at times make it feel as though you're playing more of a real time strategy game.

With any given action, enemy reaction can seem immediate or concurrent.


- Scenario based Missions with randomly generated encounters that never quite play out the same.

- Linked Campaign Mode. Can you to keep your team intact throughout the entire campaign? (Hint: Probably not)

- Fully Animated 3D Graphics, Immersive Sound, and Special Effects

- Multiple Mission Areas and Weapon Systems / Unit Types

Games Discussion / Re: The Caribbean Sail
« Last post by Asid on Today at 03:33:46 PM »
Games Discussion / Re: The Caribbean Sail
« Last post by Asid on Today at 03:32:49 PM »
Update history: here

Games Discussion / The Caribbean Sail
« Last post by Asid on Today at 03:31:04 PM »

A dark and humorous 8-bit roguelite adventure about sailing the world in the 1700's - Developed by one nautical enthusiast!

Homepage: Here
Official forum: Here
Steam: Here
Buy from the dev: Here
YouTube: Here


The Caribbean Sail - Launch Trailer

Published on Jun 21, 2018


Set sail across the Atlantic with your best friend, food. Food will keep you alive and food will keep you well- you get food by throwing harpoons at fish and turtles. Then one day BAM! The RNG screws you over and throws a pirate ship at you and you're forced to fight and defend your food!

The next thing you know, Johnny Macguffin is dying from an infected battle wound and you're amputating his leg to save his life- then you realize everyone is starving because Marvin Buttercup ate all the food and you're out of harpoons, on a raft, 2,000 miles from land, and it's raining.

The story is yours and unique every playthrough!

Features List:

The Exciting Stuff!
•   8-bit renditions of nautical shanties and folk songs!
•   Online messages in bottles!
•   Changing your flag to fool your enemies!
•   A branching storyline for you to become a Pirate or Privateer!
•   Liars Dice!
•   Harpoon Fishing!
•   Treacherous Reefs!
•   Naval Skirmishes!
•   Eleven locations around the world to visit!
•   Barnacle Scraping!
•   Hypnotic Water!
•   Particle Effects!
•   Dark Whimsy!
•   Secrets and Easter eggs!
•   Narwhal attacks!
•   -and NO crafting! I promise!

Two large content expansions are being developed and will be added for free
•   Route Planning - Plot your own course across the Atlantic and visit new locations! Complete!
•   Fantasy Toggle - Fantastic legends of the sea, myths, monsters, and more brought to life!

« Last post by Asid on Today at 03:13:53 PM »

Jason_Williams (iL-2 Dev)
Posted Tuesday at 10:27 PM


Just a reminder to NOT buy any of our products from unlicensed "grey" market websites. You are all aware which sites I am referring too. Today while doing some back end work related to our recent and improved Steam integration, we deactivated a batch of old keys that appeared to be unused so we could replace them with some fresh updated keys needed for a special program. These new keys were to be used to meet some other obligations we promised our customers related to Steam. Turns out a large percentage of those keys were obtained through fraud and abuse and then sold second-hand through grey market sites that do not have a license to sell our products. As we have stated before, such keys are subject to deactivation at any time once the fraud is either purposely or in the case, accidentally discovered. Combating fraudulent purchases is a never ending battle and we have taken steps to minimize this so we can avoid what happened today. But we can't beat this problem alone. If you like our products, protect yourself by buying only through our website direct or through Steam direct or from one of our few licensed re-sellers like Gamersgate etc. If you have a question about a retailer ask us and we will let you know if they are legit.

If a key or product you own was inadvertently deactivated that was bought direct from us or direct from Steam contact our support and we will investigate your case. You will need to show proof that you made the direct purchase for us to re-instate the product. If your key was deactivated and you bought it from a grey market site you need to contact them for a refund. We have ZERO control over their policies and have ABSOLUTELY NO relationship with them whatsoever, hence why we do not encourage anyone to buy from such websites.

We offer many aggressive discounts and promo codes throughout the year and there is really no need to buy from such sites. There are even several users who purchase many licenses and give them away to players with little money. This community is quite generous. Such fraud is the worst kind of greed and it is perpetrated by scum who don't care about your hobby or this small genre. Don't reward them by buying from grey market sites.


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Flight Simulation / Re: Flight Videos - Real World/Simulation
« Last post by Asid on Today at 12:19:41 PM »
Farnborough 2018 - Day 4 / BelugaXL Maiden Flight

Streamed live on Jul 19, 2018
The BelugaXL’s upcoming maiden flight will kick off a 10-month flight test certification campaign leading to planned service entry in 2019.

BelugaXL First Flight:
06:40 - History of the first BelugaST
30:00 - BelugaXL take-off
4:18:12 - First BelugaXL in the making, see also BelugaXL fun fact:
4:36:20 - BelugaXL landing

Farnborough - Day 4:
1:10:00 - Hifly A380 landing at Farnborough
1:37:07 - Hifly A380 Press Conference
4:27:20 - A400M Flying Display
Games Discussion / Re: Gary Grigsby's War In The East 2 WITE2
« Last post by Asid on Today at 12:16:33 PM »
They are basically adding the new parts from WITW to WITE2. This should eventually allow them to unleash the monster that is WITE" + WITW in one game  :notworthy
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