Richthofen's Skies aims at creating a community based W.W.I Server for the Targetware ®™ engine. Richthofen's Skies authentically simulates part of the early
20th century aviation environment - the aerial combat during WW1. This mod is designed to be both
appealing and challenging to anyone interested in tactical air combat of the
- Make each and every aerial victory a significant and dramatic event.
- Make every flight challenging.
- Make the simulated aerial combat an individual experience
bringing each virtual pilot a sense of achievement.
- Promote team work in order to accomplish growth within the mod
See the How to Start guide for those
Check out how
the project came about, the Work in Progress or a short
history of Aviation
during the period.
For the latest
combat report, written by a pilot (non Development team).
Paypal Donations for Server Delivery and Support
Vespa has kindly setup and paid
for the initial sever hosting for both Target Tobruk and Richthofen's Skies. The cost runs at $US109 per month, which gives the two
mods an excellent server platform with high response times and loads
What is being asked
is for a small donation from each user
to help maintain this server facility. This is not mandatory but any donations would be very
well received to offset the
costs involved. Thanks.
Vespa - Project Director, Target Tobruk: Mediterranean Air War 1940-1943
JoGunn - Project Director, Richthofen's Skies: WWI Mod, 1914-1918
Special thanks go
out to our personal cook that made
the best Rice dishes with a Rice Cooker from Reisland
Barography data and textures
courtsey of The Aero Conservancy, a virtual museum on the web.
D-IIIa engine sounds as used
in the Fokker DVII from
Biplanes recent recordings of the new build
being done by Achim Engels in Schorndorf – Germany.
original graphic scenery
tiles were created and
contributed by "R.
Hoag (rabu)" from his game
modification patch for the