Air Conflicts: Secret Wars

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Third party DRM: Steam

This game requires a free Steam account to play.

Description

"Air Conflicts proves that even a budget entry can be a lot of fun." - IGN

"it's a simple and surprisingly enjoyable game that hardcore fans of the genre" - Destructiod


Air Conflicts: Secret Wars is an arcade flight simulation set in a World War I and II scenario. During the seven 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 dialogues 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.


Key Features:

  • Seven campaigns, each based upon a resistance movement of the second world war

  • Uniquely historical battles such as the siege of Tobruk, the battle of the Neretva Bridge, and Operation Belt in Poland

  • Fight for the causes of key resistance movements such as the People's Liberation Army and

  • Partisan Detachments of Yugoslavia, The Polish Armia Krajowa, and the French Maquis

  • Action-packed gameplay delivers the excitement of serial combat in a manner accessible to everyone

  • Over twenty different landscapes, each individually detailed with period precision

  • Pilot more than 16 individual aircraft, in both World War One and World War Two settings

  • Machine gun your enemies, dog fight, bomb ground targets and rocket ground troops and enemy vehicles

  • 49 varied missions provide combat, stealth and exploratory gameplay

  • The player controls his aircraft with either mouse and keyboard or gamepad

  • 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

  • Several multiplayer modes, local and via internet for up to eight players

Customer reviews

65

Decent, but doesn't require much effort

Mooliopunk | Feb. 14, 2014 | See all Mooliopunk's reviews »

I have never really been into flying simulators. I’ve gotten into this game though, partly due to the fact that it has a plotline as well, and it is also in more of an arcade style. This means you don’t have to worry much about flaps, and those sort of technical details I’ve never been able to get my head around. Sometimes it can be a little boring though, as shooting and dropping bombs are hardly original ideas! That said, if you like the actin of WW2 then perhaps this is the game for you. Overall 65/100, purely because it is a bit repetitive and could have better physics

75

For fans of action

Demilisz | Dec. 6, 2013 | See all Demilisz's reviews »

Air Conflicts: Secret Wars, like it predecessor, is all about action. But, unlike first Air Conflict, where we only replay a historical operations, here is a plot. And we play as woman pilot who works as smuggler and is dragged into war. Staring in Africa, we will fly around the world taking part in dangerous missions behind enemy lines. And that means lot of dogfights with many different planes, including ones that knows the first World War.

Fans of simulators have nothing to find here, but others could get a lot of fun from this game.

67

Aerial action shooter in World War II setting

mahon | Aug. 16, 2013 | See all mahon's reviews »

Air Conflicts: Secret Wars is a flying game. Not a flight simulator, but more of an arcade shooter with a simulator-like graphics, or maybe an action game. Flying is not very difficult and easy to gget used to, but the focus is on fighting. And let's not pretend that you will be playing because of the story or cutscenes (which look like cartoon drawings - very nice, but clashing with the visual style of the game), you will be playing for the action sequences. Now here is where the game is really enjoyable - the action part of the game is good, and looks excellent. You will be going through almost 50 missions and flying many different planes. So if you don't need your flying to be simulator-like realistic, this game is a decent shooter in a World War II setting.

67

Aerial action shooter in World War II setting

mahon | Aug. 15, 2013 | See all mahon's reviews »

Air Conflicts: Secret Wars is a flying game. Not a flight simulator, but more of an arcade shooter with a simulator-like graphics, or maybe an action game. Flying is not very difficult and easy to gget used to, but the focus is on fighting. And let's not pretend that you will be playing because of the story or cutscenes (which look like cartoon drawings - very nice, but clashing with the visual style of the game), you will be playing for the action sequences. Now here is where the game is really enjoyable - the action part of the game is good, and looks excellent. You will be going through almost 50 missions and flying many different planes. So if you don't need your flying to be simulator-like realistic, this game is a decent shooter in a World War II setting.