Search and Rescue is a 3D flight simulator in which the pilot is tasked with finding and rescuing people. There are a number of different aircraft, missions, and worlds in which to fly. The player can also explore the virtual worlds without taking on a mission.
|Tags||Game flight simulator|
|Operating Systems||Linux Unix|
Release Notes: The B-47 helicopter no longer hovers over the landing pad during takeoff and landing. When an aircraft crashes, the sound no longer loops. Some issues with the new smooth drawing were fixed. Platform support has been expanded to keep SAR in sync with Debian.
Release Notes: This release fixes music playing and improves joystick support. Fires and smoke burn more realistically and the graphics (especially terrain) have been upgraded. The aircraft's HUD now displays both the altitude above sea level and above land.
Release Notes: This release fixes some minor bugs. The B47 aircraft was fixed to prevent crashing under normal landing conditions. Some debugging messages were cleared up and SDL joystick support was improved. Humans waiting to be rescued now behave a little better and engine sounds turn on and off properly.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few issues with keyboard input and improves joystick support. It also corrects common problems with low-performance video cards and drivers. The game supports greater screen resolutions now. Additionally some compiler errors were fixed.
Release Notes: This release polishes up the documentation and fixes some compiler issues. Sound support via the SDL library has been improved, and the game now compiles and runs on FreeBSD. A script to automate installation of the game's Data files has been added for ease of use.