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LEGAL NOTES

 

Name of the Game
 
These pages initiated in the 818 serie     http //users.skynet.be/fb781557/23Saxe_01_0/818.xx.xxx.ACZ.xxxx+htm  are personal notes gathered in the view of developping a console/computer game inspired from the ACE COMBAT serie from Namco, hence the "Ace Combat Z" temporary title.    The name Ace Combat however is clearly the property of Namco and is only used here in the context of these private notes.   Actually, this page is unlikely to be found by the casual internet surfer, but you never know...
 
The same goes for "Squadron 818" - this tentative title is temporary - it is not know by the owner of these pages whether this name is free for use or not.  Again, this set of pages are stored on the net for convenient purposes.   In due course, a proper name will be sought for the game, with all due precautions.
  
For the purpose of illustrating these notes, a lot of imagery has been borrowed from www.shipbucket.com   The authors of these drawings are not always identified, but even so this aircraft imagery being essentially used in the fom of "thumbnails", reference cannot be made to their respective authors, notwithstanding the friendly terms of shipbucket reproduced below.   When larger drawings are used for illustrative purposes, the ShipBucket templates are usually used "as is" unless unconvenient.  If you spot some improper reference or the absence thereof, please let me know and I will bring in the appropriate corrections.

 

 

 

Added Note

2012.04.20

The game name shall beand preliminary data will be available at
www.atlantic-air-combat.com 

 

 

 

Illustrations
  
For the purpose of illustrating these notes, a lot of imagery has been borrowed from www.shipbucket.com   The authors of these drawings are not always identified, but even so this aircraft imagery being essentially used in the fom of "thumbnails", reference cannot always be made to their respective authors, notwithstanding the friendly terms of Shipbucket reproduced below.   When larger drawings are used for illustrative purposes, the ShipBucket templates are usually used "as is" unless unconvenient.  If you spot some improper reference or the absence thereof, please let me know and I will bring in the appropriate corrections.
  
Besides the use of Shipbucket original drawings, more are prepared using either Shipbucket's SB or FD scale (actually a slightly different scale, the difference is very tiny).   Because SB (understably) strict drawings rules are not fully adhered to, specific "templates" are used.  They differ slightly from the original but the inspiration is crystal clear.  This is the reason why these drawings, although specifically prepared for AAC purposes, are nevertheless stamped with Shipbucket.

     

     

Added Note

2012.08.17

A friend wondered why I was using the "old" flag for South Africa rather than tnew one, and whether some could resent it.   Well....   Mr Mandela being one of my heroes, that would be a gross misreading !   With the period chosen being the mid sixties, elements are chosen in accordance with that period.   The USSR doesn't exist anymore, and their flags is also shown while I imagine some may resent the past policies of the USSR.   Or of Belgium for that matter (my native country).   As I see history, we did made some progress from various forms of discrimination and defiance toward more freedom and tolerance.   Hopefully, we'll keep it that way, and AAC is just a (potential) game for aviation enthusiasts, wherever the airplanes are coming from.

 

Pierre Deveaux
Rue Saxe Cobourg 23
1210 - Brussels   Belgium
Tel: +32.2219.9958
Mail: pierre.deveaux@laposte.net