Comanche 4

Comanche 4
Platforms: PC
Publisher: Novalogic
Developer: Novalogic
Genres: Simulator / Flight Simulator
Release Date: November 12, 2001
Game Modes: Singleplayer / Multiplayer

Abandoning any pretense at realism, Comanche 4 is all about arcade aerial combat.

From Comanche to Tachyon, Novalogic has modeled Boeing-Sikorsky’s RAH-66 Comanche, Lockheed Martin’s F-22 Raptor, General Dynamics’ F-16 Falcon, Russia’s MiG-29 Fulcrum, and GalSpan’s Orion space fighter with about the same respect for realism and authenticity. Now they’re back where it all began with the fourth and final installment in the series of Comanche games that began in 1992. There are no claims of realism on the box, which avoids the word “sim” entirely, calling Comanche 4 a shooter in the sky and a helicopter action game with a five-minute learning curve.

8How refreshingly candid that the default controls are straight out of a first person shooter! WASD to move, space bar to jump (or, in this case, pop up over the terrain), 1-5 to select weapons, and mouselook to aim by pointing the helicopter fuselage, minus inertia or weight (you can actually ‘aim’ the Comanche in any direction while still on the ground). Novalogic lets you add a few layers of complexity over the interface, but it won’t change the fact that you’re controlling what looks like a helicopter but moves like an air hockey puck, skittering across the world on a slick invisible pillow.

Combat is right click to target, left click to shoot. This little one-two finger dance takes up about half of the learning curve. The other two and a half minutes are spent figuring out which weapons are best for which situations, although there’s really no point fussing too much over this. They bear only a passing resemblance to their real world counterparts, but no matter. This isn’t about simulating things. The cannon fires quickly but does minimal damage; the Hellfires are really slow, but they arc over obstacles; the Stingers are little firecracker hornets with tight homing; and the rockets are the best all around compromise.


Each mission is a thinly veiled excuse for lots of things to blow up, either because you shot at it or someone else shot at it. Comanche 4 offers a lot of situations in which you’re not necessarily the center of attention. Since you don’t always have to do all the work, this is a more cinematic game than the typical ‘you vs them’ action game. In one of the better missions, which demonstrates nicely just how much this engine can do, you’re providing air cover for a presidential limo and its armored escorts as they make their way through an embattled city to get to the airport.

The real star here is the new engine, which does a superlative job with water, foliage, explosions, smoke, natural terrain, and destruction animations. In fact, with so much attention on the graphics and so little meat in the gameplay, there are times this feels more like a tech demo than a full game. Comanche 4 is really just a high tech shooting gallery with detailed destruction animations and burning trees instead of mechanical ducks. It appeals to a man’s primal (well, juvenile, at any rate) need to blow stuff up. As such, it’s a spectacle and a success, even if it’s wanting as a game.

System Requirements: Pentium 100 Mhz, 128 MB RAM, 16 MB Video, Win 98/ME/2000/XP

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  1. cristian says:

    This doesn´t work. Only appears too many files but not the .exe file

    Please, help. I don´t how make it works this game

  2. gamerrrrrr says:

    If you get a lot of rar files ectract the first one an you should get a iso file then mount that to a virtual drive with poweriso (or deamon tools wich ever u use) then open the virtual drive in new window from your computer the u should see a setup exe and a crack once its done installing move the crack to the installed games file amd say copy and replace and then play game 😉

  3. Eric says:

    I dont know why but when I click on the setup..nothing happens. Am I doing something wrong? I have mounted it to the drive using poweriso.

  4. No idea. Maybe because you’re running on windows 7, 8, 10?

    Try running it in compatibility mode or use a Win XP virtual machine.

  5. boji says:

    just copy the crack file in c4 folder and you wont need to install or mount the cd

  6. Hamdy says:

    I copied the crack and started it but Single player & Multiplayer are blued and unavailable what should I do ?!

  7. Rocktim says:

    Where can I foind the product key

  8. Victor says:

    Edit to match poweriso CD mount

  9. Badis says:

    I have a problem, I need a key for launch the installation but I can not find it. Can someone help me on that, thank you.

  10. flt-com4.nfo

    Open it with NotePad

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