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Air Conflicts: Secret Wars Announced

bitComposer Games announces Air Conflicts: Secret Wars, a World War II combat flight simulator due for Windows and consoles in Q2 of next year. The game will include a solo campaign as well as multiplayer support for up to eight players over internet or LAN, and there will be both arcade and simulation modes to accommodate pilots of various skill levels. Here's word:

In Air Conflicts: Secret Wars players can relive the most famous battles of the First and Second World War right up close. The game provides plenty of variety, as players can fly 16 meticulously detailed and accurate aircraft in nearly 50 exciting missions in the seven campaigns. The mission tasks are diverse and range from air space clearance operations to the bombardment of targets on the ground, attacks on enemy convoys and reconnaissance, escort and patrol flights. After each successful mission players can upgrade their skills to enable them to control their aircraft more expertly, make their aircraft more robust and select better co-pilots. There are two control modes for the combat aircraft: the controls are simplified in arcade mode and simulation mode offers a realistic control system that is true to the original.

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