👾 The lost Atari arcade game returns with Jeff Minter's Akka Arrh

Command: Aces of the Deep

aka: Asse der Tiefe

Description official descriptions

The Windows version of Aces of the Deep adds new textures as well as the Expansion Disk.

Groups +




See any errors or missing info for this game?

You can submit a correction, contribute trivia, add to a game group, add a related site or alternate title.

Credits (Windows version)

69 People (64 developers, 5 thanks) · View all

Lead Programming
Technical Director and Programming
Additional Programming
Art Director
3Space Shape Modelling
3D Animation and Art
Additional Graphics / Artwork
Theatrical Coordinator
[ full credits ]



Subject User Date
Bizarre JudgeDeadd (28474) 2010-01-02 19:39:01


Voice Recognition

Command: Aces of the Deep was supposed to be the first in a series of "Command" games from Sierra/Dynamix that used voice recognition as a control type. Due to lackluster sales, the idea was scrapped.

Windows 3.1

The minimum requirements on the game box (or some of them) state that the game will run in Windows 3.1, however a printed correction was found inside the box from Sierra claiming that due to the game's advanced features, it is only designed for and will run on Windows 95.

Information also contributed by WildKard

Related Games

Aces of the Deep
Released 1994 on DOS
Aces of the Deep: Expansion Disk
Released 1995 on DOS
Nightmares from the Deep 2: The Siren's Call
Released 2013 on Windows, 2014 on Macintosh
Sky Aces
Released 2006 on Windows
Ace of Aces
Released 1986 on Commodore 64, DOS, SEGA Master System...
Pack of Aces
Released 1987 on Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC
Aces of War
Released 2004 on PlayStation 2, 2007 on PSP
Aces of the Multiverse
Released 2019 on PlayStation 4
Aces of the Pacific
Released 1992 on DOS

Identifiers +

  • MobyGames ID: 4576


Know about this game? Add your expertise to help preserve this entry in video game history!

Contributors to this Entry

Game added by Brolin Empey.

Additional contributors: Kasey Chang, 80, Patrick Bregger.

Last modified February 27th, 2023.