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Wings
Game Profile
Description

Relive 1916 as the Allied Forces desperately need pilots! Young soldiers surge to the Allied armies in an attempt to join the honorable elite: the World War I fighter pilots. Armed with courage and lead alike, these young pilots must claw their way up the ranks, and become one of the proud few that not only defend a nation, but defend the world, from the tyranny of the Huns. Fill the shoes of a rookie pilot, green from inexperience yet eager to take flight and begin what could be a fantastic -- if not legendary -- career. With the help of friends and comrades, you must battle your way up the ranks in over 200 increasingly challenging missions!

Reviews

Review
Written by Jeff Milligan on 03/10/03
Having a keen interest in history, and especially of the World Wars, I was excited to get a chance to play Wings. However, once I discovered some of the games flaws (especially the control scheme), all hopes I had of enjoyment were destroyed.


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INFO BOX
PLATFORM:
Game Boy
PUBLISHER:
Metro 3D
DEVELOPER:
Cinemaware
GENRE: Simulation
PLAYERS:   1-4
RELEASE DATE:
February 11, 2003
ESRB RATING:
Everyone


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