Altitude

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Altitude
Altitude logo.jpg
Developer(s) Nimbly Games
Publisher(s) Nimbly Games
License Proprietary
Platform(s) Linux, Mac OS X, Windows
Release date INT 2009-05-01[1]
Genre(s) Action, arcade flight combat
Mode(s) Multiplayer, single player
Media Download
System requirements 1GHz CPU, 256MiB RAM, 64MiB VRAM and/or GPU, 300MiB HD space more...
Input methods Keyboard and mouse

Altitude is a 2D arcade flight combat game released in 2009 for Linux, Mac OS X and Windows. It was developed and published by Nimbly Games. Although largely focused on multiplayer games, it can be played single player versus bots (yet an active internet connection is required).

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System requirements

To run this game on your PC must meet or exceed the following requirements[2]:

  • Linux, Mac OS X or Windows 7/Vista/XP
  • 1.0 Ghz CPU
  • 256 MiB of RAM
  • 64 MiB of VRAM
  • 300 MiB of free hard drive space

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Screenshots

Altitude - Plane selection.jpg Altitude - Editing plane.jpg Altitude - Plane ball first spawn.jpg Altitude - Da Maniac.jpg Altitude - Waiting for respawn.jpg Altitude - Plane ball spawn.jpg Altitude - Master Sergeant lvl up.jpg Altitude - Destroy the base - start.jpg Altitude - Double kill.jpg Altitude - Explodet Multikill x3 achievement.jpg Altitude - Fighting over a bomb.jpg Altitude - Tree map.jpg Altitude - Crazy ping.jpg

Videos

Gameplay

External links

References

  1. Changelog - Feb 19, 2009 - May 3rd, 2009 - Altitude Game Forums
  2. Altitude's official website
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