Hello everybody, I am very excited to show you another great game called War Wings published and developed by Miniclip.com. This dogfight aerial fighter will take to World War 2 and will show the spirit of the real dogfights. Ever wanted to be in a World War II cockpit? Probably not. In reality, it was very dangerous, and your chances of becoming an ace pilot were pretty slim. Fortunately, while War Wings might like to be historically accurate, it’s mostly a pretty entertaining arcade-style twist on Second World War combat. Purely online, it has you getting involved in 4 v4 dogfighting. Each battle involves you flying through the skies, pursuing your attackers while also trying to dodge your opponents. A ticket system dictates how many chances your team has. Each time one of you is shot down, you lose a ticket, eventually running out entirely and losing the game. With scoring that simple, it’s nice to see that combat is similarly easy to come to grips with. You steer with a virtual joystick with virtual buttons allowing you to boost, shoot and change weapons. Each button is a decent size too, meaning you shouldn’t slip and hit the wrong option at a crucial moment.
War Wings Gameplay and Review
And now let`s talk about the gameplay of War Wings and see what we will find. Each round of combat lasts a few minutes at most, proving ideal for mobile gaming. It’s satisfying too. You’re told when your opponent is within firing range and a small box highlights where to target so that you can hit them. Pursuing an enemy and watching their health trickle down is really rather satisfying and enjoyable. Of course, the key is to keep on the move so that your enemy can’t fire back at you in the same way. It’s easy to be ganged up on, especially if the rest of your team isn’t really trying very hard. As is the case with any multiplayer game, teamwork can help massively, and it’s sometimes hard to coordinate given the inability to communicate mid-game. Luckily, as arenas are small, you mostly end up sticking together anyhow. Given the speed involved, it’s good to see that the game can keep up. I didn’t notice any obvious lag or any potential issues that I could blame on my poor performances. Instead, it feels as smooth as if you were playing locally, ensuring you can focus on the task at hand rather than anything irritating.
Easy to play
Smooth animations and textures
I can`t say something bad about the first dogfight game that I like so much.