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Air Warrior II (Windows)

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Back of Box - Windows (Germany):
    Packende Luftkämpfe, die ultimativen Duelle am Himmel, geben Ihnen Gelegenheit, sich in allen fliegerischen Lagen zu bewähren! Steigen Sie rasant in die Höhe, tauchen Sie unter dem gegnerischen Flugzeug weg, oder nutzen Sie den Überraschungseffekt gekonnter Schrauben und Loopings!

    Stellen Sie sich der größten Herausforderung überhaupt: Schalten Sie sich ins Internet und liefern Sie sich mit Hunderten guter Freunde (und Gegner) heiße Gefechte. In der Online-Welt von AIR WARRIOR hört der Spaß nie auf.

    Features:

    • Flugsimulation mit mehr als 300 Einsätzen für Einzelspieler aus dem Ersten und Zweiten Weltkrieg, sowie dem Korea-Krieg.
    • Zugang zum Online-Spiel von AIR WARRIOR mit50 Freistunden AOL und Internet.
    Wählen Sie aus mehr als 35 Flugzeugtypen (darunter auch russische Kampfflugzeuge)
    • Fortschrittliche künstliche Intelligenz und atemberaubend realistisches Flugverhalten, getestet von der US Air Force und der Bundesluftwaffe.
    • Modem- und Netzwerkoption
    • Mission Editor.
    • Originalgetreue Cockpitdarstellung, insgesamt über 130 MB Cockpit-Artwork.
    • Umfassendes deutsches Handbuch für Online- und Einzelspiele.

    Contributed by Patrick Bregger (110505) on Nov 06, 2010.

Inside Covers - Windows (United States/Canada):
    England has been offered a choice between war and shame. She has chosen shame and will get war.”- Winston Churchill, speech in the British House of Commons concerning the Munich agreement, September 1938 ● “We must be the great arsenal of democracy. For us this is an emergency as serious as war itself.” - Franklin D. Roosevelt, fireside chat, December 29, 1940 ● “The President of the United States ordered me to break through the Japanese lines and proceed from Corregidor to Australia. I came through, and I shall return.” - General Douglas MacArthur, Alice Springs, Australia, March 11, 1942 ● “The tide has turned. I have full confidence in your courage, devotion to duty and skill in battle. We will accept nothing less than full victory,General Dwight D. Eisenhower, Commander, Allied Expeditionary Force, June 5, 1944

    Air Warriors as seen on the front cover.

    North American P51-D “Mustang”

    Nation: United States
    Year: 1944
    Wing Span: 37 feet
    Length: 3 2feet,3 inches
    Height: 13 feet, 8 inches
    Power: 1 Rolls-Royce Packard V-1650-7, 12 cylinders,V, LC, 1,612 h.p.
    Weight: 11,615 lbs
    Maximum Speed: 436 mph.
    Range: 949 miles
    Armament: 6 machine guns; 2,002 lbs of bombs


    Boeing B-17-G “Flying Fortress”

    Nation: United States
    Year: 1943
    Wing Span: 103 feet, 9 inches
    Length: 74 feet, 9 inches
    Height: 19 feet, 1 inch
    Power: 4, Wright R-1820-97 Cyclone, 9-cylinders, R, AC, 1,200 h.p. each
    Weight: 65,500 lbs
    Maximum Speed: 287 m.p.h.
    Range: 3,400 miles
    Armament: 13 machine guns; 17,600 lbs of bombs


    Messerschmidt Me109-F4 “Franz”

    Nation: Germany
    Year: 1941
    Wing Span: 32 feet, 6.5 inches
    Length: 29 feet, .5 inches
    Height: 8 feet, 2.5 inches
    Power: Daimler-Benz, 601E engine-1400 h.p. @ 16,000 feet
    Weight: (empty) 4,812 Ibs; (normal) 6200 lbs
    Maximum Speed:390 m.p,h. at 20,000 feet
    Range: 350 miles at 300 mph.
    Armament: 2,7.7mm machine guns, 1,20mm cannon


    Supermarine Spitfire MK IX

    Nation: Great Britain
    Year: 1942
    Wing Span: 36 feet, 10 inches Length: 30 feet, 6 inches
    Height: 11 feet,5 inches
    Power - 1 Rolls-Royce Merlin 61,12-cylinders, V, LC, 1565 h.p. each
    Weight: 7,500 lbs
    Maximum Speed: 408 m.p.h.
    Range: 434 miles
    Armament: 2 x 20mm cannons; 4 machine guns


    (Captions)

    A Great Britain Spitfire, a German Messerschmidt Me-109, and a formation of German Stukas – merging into air combat.

    Douglas A-26B “Invader” - United States

    Grumman F6F-3 “Hellcat” - United States

    de Havilland Mosquito MK XVI – Great Britain

    Messerschmidt Me-262A Sturmvogel “Stormbird” - Germany

    Contributed by Patrick Bregger (110505) on Nov 06, 2010.

Back of Box - Windows (US & Canada):

    AIR WARRIOR II
    The Ultimate Dogfighting Flight Simulation Game

    Two games in one
    - Flight simulation game with over 35 aircraft, over 300 missions and 6 different campaigns!
    - Gateway to on-line Air Warrior with 20 hours of free on-line play via CompuServe!

    Dogfighting, the ultimate one-on-one combat! Climb, dive, twist, or loop as you soar through the skies in pursuit of your enemy!

    Now with Air Warrior II, the Ultimate Dogfighting Simulation, you can experience the thrill of aerial one-on-one combat in over 35 different aircraft types from WWI, WWII, and Korea. Challenge the most sophisticated aerial artificial intelligence ever. Fly one of over 300 missions, participate in multi-mission campaigns, or fly head-to-head against a friend.

    Then take the ultimate challenge - Jump on the Net and compete with hundreds of your closest friends (and enemies) in the ultimate multiplayer dogfighting simulation game in the never ending aerial battles that occur in the on-line world of Air Warrior!

    Features
    • Flight Simulation game with over 300 single-player missions spanning the WWI, WWII and Korean eras.

    • Choose from over 35 different aircraft - fly as the Pilot or jump into a Gunner position

    • Includes the most sophisticated AI and flight models never seen before in any flight simulation game.

    • Film your missions, then replay and 'jump into' your film.

    • Create your own missions with the built-in mission editor.

    • Complete Instruction Manual for on-and off-line play.

    • Gateway to on-line Air Warrior with 20 hours of free on-line play*.

    Contributed by Jeanne (75621) on Jan 29, 2005.