About Hell's Angels
The History of RB3D
In Memory of
I would like to give credit for the
following individuals that helped in the production, creation, and atmosphere of Hell's Angels.
They are: (in no particular
Ted Harrity (Shredward) - for donation of massive amounts of
info, my right-hand man!!
Steve Fabert - for sounds, historic information and great technical
Beck - for his fantastic crates
Flybert - for excellent, detailed advice and vast file collection
Pat Wilson - for cockpits, skins, insignias and anything else I
borrowed, stole, begged from WFP
Jim Dietz - Artwork on the
HA Installer, backgrounds and this website.
Greybeard - the killer Flight Model for Hell's Angels.
Zintek - HA's Damage Model, where all your nice, flame-broiled
pilots come from.
Rabu - OTE and Hell's Angels scenery tile Guru
Conrad 'Pursuit 1' - his fantastic Albatros Wings
Capt. Darwin - superb advice and correction of the 'Flak Gun'
American rank problem
Kessler - for sounds, effects, objects, skins, etc.
Tuss Schroener (Tussnet) - Beta tester and fantastic story
writer, inspiration to take HA higher
Josef Weiss - for all info regarding Eduard von Schleich and
writing his career notes
Baron von Helton - skins, vehicles, gauge pics and info, great advice and a source
Brett Castlebury - for all info regarding Esc.1 Belique and Willy
Andreas - fantastic work on several fantastic HA base skins
Uhlan - his models and great conservationist
Captain Ricket - for his 'New Moon' graphics patch
Dave Schaffner (FlyXwire) - for the great antique a/c gauge
pictures which were used in HA.
Baron von Benz - without the permission to use UOP4.5, HA would
Wingstrut - many contributions including insignias, LO
files, and the
Beery - Insignias, correct German Flying Badge log book
Delta K - superb work on many and I mean MANY of the Hell's
Ron65Ron - a fine source of info and help with HA skins
Walther Weaver - Amazing Pfalz D.III skins - don't miss them!!
Garp - Flame2x patch
Toado - For providing instrumental help with creating the Beery
Without the help, advice, research and files of these great artisans,
Hell's Angels would still be a
'Homebrew' patch sitting in my \simpatch folder. All the credit
and a huge round of applause from the Red Baron Community!
Not to forget everyone from
SWWISA and the Red Baron Community that has enjoyed (and endured) Hell's
Angels, I give you all credit for pushing me to continue my work and not
letting me feel for one minute that it was a waste of time!
All the best!