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Combat Wings: Battle of Britain

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Destroy the Luftwaffe!

There’s something new in the air, and it’s more than the hum of hundreds of aero engines... As the Luftwaffe launches its aerial offensive, the outnumbered Royal Air Force is scrambling to bring into combat new planes that will ensure victory over a stronger foe. Will they succeed? It’s up to you, and your Hurricane or Spitfire. If you hold off the enemy long enough, you’ll be the first to fly the Hawker Tornado and Westland Whirlwind into combat, and enable the Empire to strike back before Reichsmarschall Goering finishes his breakfast. You’ll be rewarded with bonus missions, promotions, decorations, and a view of burning Berlin from the tail turret of a Halifax bomber. Join in the new Battle of Britain. Your aircraft is ready and waiting...
  • Enjoy the realism of a detailed damage model, stunning graphics, and outstanding special effects
  • Choose between arcade and flight simulator control modes, and the RAF or the Luftwaffe in multiplayer mode
  • Get on board of one of realistically modeled planes, e.g. Spitfire and Hurricane and dive into the world of ultra realistic air fights
Release date
City Interactive
CI Games
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
  • Processor: Pentium III 1 GHz CPU or faster
  • Memory: 256 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9 compatible Video Card with 64MB RAM
  • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c
  • Hard Drive: 700 MB Free Hard Drive Space
  • Sound: DirectX compatible Sound Card
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Combat Wings: Battle of Britain reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Pros: No long Loading Times und/or Settings. The Game is an arcade fun shooter. Nothing more. For between perfectly suited. Cons: Level is extremely similar: Shoot down anything that is red and fly to the green Symbol. Voices are always the same, just like the Comments of the German ones. Only a few Aircraft that are not very different in a playful way. Conclusion: Makes Fun, but only entertaining!
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For 49cent you can not complain a, as I find too short story which is still 1-2 Days long and a barely (or not) existing multiplayer mode which is more like a Free flight mode swar Too bad, but if you want to have a bit of fun and still a Nice Credit over I can upset this game and upset if you don't manage a Mission after the Tenth Time because you ram a Ki, highly recommend! MFG Paulo
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Kurdishly Gameplay without Realism. With the arcade control you don't have to worry about driving In/. Just take the Engine on Full Throttle and the Opponent in the Crosshairs. In general, there is a lack of Realism, especially flight physics leaves something to be desired. A Tank Display is missing, but you don't need to do it with the short Missions (you only fly in a small Area). The Radio Announcements of the Opponents are stupid and just annoying. I've played on the Amiga 500 "Their finest hour-The Battle of Britain," that Had more Long-term Motivation, the Aerial fights were more Fun. But I don't want to be too negative, for small Money you can easily get some Fliers from the Sky, the Graphics are also slightly better than on the Amiga. The Game even runs on Windows 10 (a Crash at the Beginning, then gings) along with an AMD Radeon R9 290.
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Had clinched the Game for 0.79 Euros. Even that it's not Worth it, a Game for in between more than that. Because of the Multiplayer, wanted To gamble in the Hole out of Boredom, but even it's not really suitable for that, because you always get your Opponents displayed and if you played 5 Minutes, you can always use the same Tactic to win anyway. (Meant Not much you can do wrong and very monotonous) The Synchronization is also to be strangely ashamed, but honest, like Obernazis who try to speak English or French, then the Sayings you get via radio are constantly repeated, whether from your own Squadrons or the Germans the whole one the whole Time to label over Funk, mind you in the English's own Funk!!!??? (Learing little Tommi fly, you're so shamed little Tommi, well you're Scared little Tommi ... Some of them again and again in Succession without change.) Really the almost worst Game in my Library. Putting something like this on the Market at all is already real Freshness.
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