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Old 01-22-2012, 10:17 PM   #21
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Isn't this one of the music tracks from EF2000?

http://www.mediahump.com/audio/2522/
It was. But i associate this one, more. Old days.



The cinematic camera of ADF and TAW was a must.

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Old 01-23-2012, 08:27 AM   #22
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I couldn't believe it! Went to my local dump this weekend to get rid of some garden rubbish and had a look around (as usual). What did I find? The original DOS version of EF2000, still boxed in excellent condition with all the disks and manual's also in excellent condition. It was the first (what I thought) decent flight sim I ever played on my first PC. I even bought the Thrustmaster F16 flight control stick to go with it (now long dead). Does anyone know if I could get this sim to run on win 7?
Damn, back then I got EF2000 at christmas but my rig was too slow, so I eventually forgot about this one I must have the CD version still lying around here somewhere, so I should give it second chance in the DosBox
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Old 01-27-2012, 11:29 AM   #23
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Damn, back then I got EF2000 at christmas but my rig was too slow, so I eventually forgot about this one I must have the CD version still lying around here somewhere, so I should give it second chance in the DosBox
If you can hook the controlers to work with it sure.
But remember its old by today standart, but in the 90' it was THE MUST until F4 appeared.
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What EF2000 lastest ?

EF2000 1995

Ef2000 2.0 1996

Super EF2000 1997 -> Its correct ? What version was earlier - EF2000 v2.0 or Super EF2000 ?
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It was. But i associate this one, more. Old days.

The cinematic camera of ADF and TAW was a must.
It was indeed entertaining.
There were some gaming sessions where I didn't fly at all, and just watched some action via cinematic camera
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What EF2000 lastest ?

EF2000 1995

Ef2000 2.0 1996

Super EF2000 1997 -> Its correct ? What version was earlier - EF2000 v2.0 or Super EF2000 ?
Super EF2000 was the European release of EF2000 for Windows95

EF2000 2.0 was the US release of EF2000 with the Tactical Pack and Graphics+ expansions (accelerated for 3DFX and Rendition), along with the Windows 95 version.

If you have EF2000 2.0, you have the latest for whichever version you choose.

BTW, People have gotten EF2000 3DFX to work on DosBOX, though you need a special SVN version for it to work. EF2000 doesn't work with a Glide wrapper because the code makes direct calls to the card, as opposed to using the Glide API.

Here are some details that might help.
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Fellas,

I know this thread is old, but this information is brand new:

The Air Dominance Project is proud to announce its upcoming release

EF2000 Reloaded


note: this video is best viewed in 1080p

The heart of EF2000 Reloaded is a special version of DOSBox written mikew*, with 3DFX code optimized for EF2000 and a VFX1 emulation routine that allows the use of TrackIR in Enhanced Mode.

For the first time, you can run EF2000 V2.0 for 3DFX/GFX+ in Windows XP or later, with no graphical artifacts or appreciable slowdown. Additionally, the resolution upscaling addresses the image at the 3DFX polygon level, and not at the output level, making for a much better upscaling experience. Mikew's DOSBox for EF2000 is truly the Holy Grail EF2000 fans have been waiting for!

No Air Dominance Project release is complete without a front end, and EF2000 Reloaded is no exception. EF2000 Reloaded includes a front end/launcher to accompany mikew's DOSBox for EF2000. In addition to taking care of the required DOSBox parameters and providing a GUI to customize your DOSBox Conf file, the EF2000 Launcher adds the following features:
  • Supports three separate installs of EF2000 (original DOS, TACTCOM, and GFX+).
  • Integrated multiplayer front end allows hassle free IPX emulation over TCP/IP, with a "phone book" for your friends' IPXNet servers.
  • Option to manage separate single player and multiplayer campaigns for each EF2000 install.
  • Custom Campaign Creator allows custom scenarios based on the scenarios from Strategic Command for EF2000.
  • Basic Campaign Editor allows you to adjust difficulty level, player influence, and player score.
  • Includes Super Revive by Brett Luck for in-depth campaign edits.
Note: EF2000 Reloaded neither includes nor installs EF2000. You are responsible for your own EF2000 procurement and installation. Instructions on installing EF2000 V2 on 64 bit Windows are available.


Check out Combatsim.com for updates.

* DOSBox 0.74 is an open source program written by Peter "Qbix" Veenstra, Harekiet Sjoerd, Tommy "Franskapet" Frossman, and Ulf "Finster" Wohlers. Mikew's 3DFX code was based on kekko's 3dfx Voodoo patch for DOSBox
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EF2000 was awesome!!
I still have F22 ADF boxed, man I put some hours into flying that thing
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Ah, the nostalgia... Loved flying low over those fjords... I had a pretty nifty setup back then, Thrustmaster F16 FLCS, F16 TQS and CH pedals...

EF2000 and the first Flight Unlimited were my drug back then.
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I loved this game. The terrain engine was soooooooo smooth, it was amazing.
I've still got EF2000 somewhere and also Total Air War. Fantastic stuff.
I will take a look at the Air Dominance project. Thanks for sharing this info.

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