Air Conflicts: Secret Wars

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Air Conflicts: Secret Wars

Developer:Games Farm Genre:Simulation Release Date: Download Games Free Now!

About The Game

Air Conflicts: Secret Wars is an arcade flight simulation set in World War I & II scenarios. During the 7 campaigns the player has to fly and fight through over 48 missions. Before taking off, the player can choose between different aircrafts, each with different strengths and weaknesses.

Within the missions the player gets different objectives like patrolling, sneaking, hit & run, bombing and escorting. Objectives are presented as dialogs between different characters. After some missions the player can upgrade one of his skills in order to maneuver the airplanes easier, have more endurance or have your wingman boosted. Further, the player can choose between two control schemes. Arcade and simulation. The first one makes the game easier to control, while the second one gives more options to control the aircraft.

Beside the campaign the game also features several multiplayer modes, local and via internet for up to four players.

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Air Conflicts: Secret Wars

Air Conflicts: Secret Wars Review

By Joe Cherry |

Air Conflicts: Secret Wars is a somewhat extensive dogfighting game that hopes to give very patient fans of the WWII genre a much-needed fix. Kalypso takes the bold route of foregoing historical accuracy in favor of telling a fictional story. You play as DeeDee, a smuggler who gets hired to run secret missions for the Allied Powers. The actual specifics of the story are hard to understand due to the dialogue being incredibly poorly written and the plot confusing and overwrought. The game's weak look makes it clear that this is a budget title. Down to the menus, most every aspect of Air Conflicts screams of having a meager budget. Instead of the cut scenes being live action, you are subjected to stills with voice-overs. The visuals are terrible. Environments consist of rudimentary terrain predominately made up of trees that don't fully render until you pass over them. The gameplay is actually somewhat decent, saving Air Conflicts: Secret Wars from the trashbin. Besides the campaign, there's also a dogfighting mode that simply lets you take to the skies with your choice of aircraft and no real goal. Options include setting the amount of enemies, time limits and respawn rates. Air Conflicts proves that even a budget entry can be fun, if at least one aspect of the game excels. Check it out, and if you can get past the horrible graphics, you should enjoy this one.

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