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Skyfighters 1945

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Download SF1945.img_.sit (459.39 MB)
For Mac OS 9
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World War II combat flight simulator. Fly a P-51, Spitfire, F4U Corsair, and Yak on the Allied side, and the Me-109, Fw-190, Zero, and Macchi on the Axis side. Theaters include England/France, Sicily/Malta, New Georgia Islands, Island World, and Fantasy World.

The application comes in two versions: Rave and OpenGL. The OpenGL version will also work in Classic mode under OS X. It may work in SheepShaver, too, though I haven't tried it.

Patch to version 1.03 can be found at GameFront.

Replacement aircraft skins and terrain textures are still available at

Alternative link
Download from Mega.Co.Nz

Alternate download on Mediafire, split into three files:

If you get generic icons from the MediaFire links, it may be necessary to edit the creator codes and file types with Creator Changer. Make the creator type SIT! and file type Seg1, Seg2, or Seg3 for the corresponding segments. buy link:

More information:
Michael Milvich's Web Site/Skyfighters 1945
Inside Mac Games/OSX SkyFighters 1945
Read more about this developer's passing.

Architecture: PPC

System Requirements:

Image/CD must be mounted to play.


by Deckard - 2015, February 19 - 9:08pm

The OS X sequel to this game is available here:

No registration number necessary.

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by themacmeister - 2012, October 21 - 12:59am


(from Low End Mac)

"Video: ATI Rage Mobility 128 with 2x AGP

I thought I only had 4MB VRAM?!

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by hunter13 - 2010, December 31 - 6:32pm

I finally got it to work. It's an awesome game alright.

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by Vitoarc - 2010, October 5 - 11:42pm

60 megs hard disk space

That's HUGE

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by justinschr - 2010, April 24 - 5:16pm

None of the two links work for me. Sad You can use Drop Box for a link. Smile

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by CaryMG - 2010, March 20 - 10:27am

The creator, Donald A. Hill Jr. , passed away last year.

May he rest peacefully.

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by bertyboy - 2010, February 21 - 10:44pm

If you're handy with OSX Terminal, you can join the files with a simple "cat SF*.00* > SF1945.img.sit"

It's unfortunate that the split program used ended up using the same naming convention as the built-in segmenter in Stuffit.

by anthonyschr - 2010, February 21 - 7:49pm

File corrupt. Is there another link?

by SwedeBear - 2010, February 21 - 1:37pm

Try Split & Concat or BetterZip. They handle segmented files well.

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by bertyboy - 2010, February 21 - 9:10am

Nope, we're talking about Stuffit trying to join the 3 archives.

How did you split them ? With Stuffit ? or something like MacHacha ?

When I run the .001 file through Stuffit Expander I get an error about 90% of the way through file 1.

by Deckard - 2010, February 21 - 1:16am

Are you talking about the dialogue box in OS X upon mounting which says "The disk image you are opening may be damaged and could damage your system. Are you sure you want to open it?" I believe this happens with every disk image created by Disk Copy 6.3.3 in OS 9, which SF1945.img was. When you mount it in OS 9, the checksum verifies and it works fine, and when you click through the dialogue and mount it in OS X, the image works flawlessly as well. I've never encountered any problems with it.

Just make sure you lock the image in the Get Info window. I created it as read-only in OS 9, but for some reason it's read-write when mounted in OS X.

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by Attila - 2010, February 20 - 2:20pm

Thanks Deckard!

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by Attila - 2010, February 19 - 2:38pm

But thanks for uploading the game. Big smile We'll get it downloaded eventually.