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Jane's Attack Squadron - PC Games

Jane's Attack Squadron
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[Series] Jane's Combat Simulations (20 items)
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WWII Air Combat Flight Simulators (42 items)
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Description: Jane's Attack Squadron is a WWII flight simulator based in the European theatre. There are two campaigns, an Axis campaign and an Allied campaign. Fourteen flyable aircaft are included - the standard fighters such as the Spitfire, P-38, Mustang, BF-109, and so on, as well as a number of bombers and even the German jet fighter, the ME-262. Each aircraft features a fully-modeled and authentically detailed cockpit. The terrain and play area include all of Europe and Britain using actual satellite-mapped terrain data. Each mission has the player flying one aircraft in a squadron, and he can issue orders to his wingmen. Missions i ... (more)
Manufacturer: THQ
Release date: 22 March 2002
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 5060023731157
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Prelude added this to a list 6 years, 3 months ago
[Series] Jane's Combat Simulations (20 games items)

"2002: Though not part of EA's Jane's Combat Simulations series, this release was officially licensed by Jane's. Published by XiCat and developed by a strong pedigree team of developers (Looking Glass Technologies, and Mad Doc Software who are now known as Rockstar North), Jane's Attack Squadron focuses on the WWII European air war. "

Prelude added this to a list 6 years, 9 months ago
WWII Air Combat Flight Simulators (42 games items)

"Mar. 2002 - Looking Glass / Mad Doc Looking Glass spent 2.5 years developing this game, until Electronic Arts pulled funding from it. A deal was reached to have Mad Doc Software finish developing the simulator, and Xicat would publish it."

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