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Description

Gunship Sequel WW2 (previously known as Wings of Duty) brings realistic combat flight simulation experience to mobile platforms with 360 degrees detail-realistic cockpits, carrier operations, multi-player battles, arcade/historic/realistic modes and more.

Features Midway, Pearl Harbor, Guadalcanal and New Guinea map, and the new Europe theater.

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What’s New

Version 4.8.2

Fixed P47N bullet bug
Reduce gun vertical angle
Fixed training missions
Fixed Fw 190A-8 muzzle flash size
Fixed Ki43-44 cockpit texture resolution
Fixed vessels on the ground bug

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
8K Ratings

8K Ratings

DeathShotWarrior ,

One question, or two

Could you add the tracer bullets, or at least the long line of smoke from the guns like in war thunder, for the planes? That’d be awsome, also can we use the waist guns on the Betty? That’d also be cool. This game is like the mobile version of war thunder, so, could you also please add orbit camera mode, where your screen doesn’t turn with the plane, and, please add heavier bombers, like the PB4Y-2 Pioneer? And last thing, (sorry it’s a lot) please add like carpet bombing, or at least faster dropping of your payload THX FOR THE GREAT GAME.......... BTW all the turrets, (I think) like on the B-25 Mitchell’s, premium and stock, the top turrets are put way in the back, but, there actually supposed to go a lot closer to the front, a few feet behind the top windows of the cockpit, and, speaking of guns, also please make the gun sounds louder, and different sounds, depending on the size and caliber, but, one problem, speaking of the B-25 Mitchell, where are the rest of the guns? The waist gunners, the rest of the nose guns? I kinda want those back, B-25 is already hard to fly and survive in, so the rest of the guns would help, and for turrets and all guns, can you be on the outisde view of the plane, and DRAG your finger along the screen to shoot at enemy planes with all available guns? Like if ones right behind a Mitchell, and low enough for rear and top guns, can you fire both at once? That’d be great....

BayonetFrog ,

Excellent simulator

This is a fun simulator.
Graphics are good, cockpit detail is amazing, and flight mechanics are pretty good (especially considering it’s on a mobile platform!). However, you pretty much have to pay to progress, since the starter aircraft are hopelessly outclassed, and you need xp to upgrade them before replacing them, and you only get xp from winning. See the problem? So just forget about the game being free: spend a little money, get your favorite planes, and have fun.
One problem is screen clutter. It’s REALLY hard to keep track of enemy aircraft, because their names are in red letters, and there are lots of other red things on the screen (including chats, gun buttons, and other enemies much farther away).
Dogfighting can be frustrating: trying to control flaps, rudder, guns, and where you’re looking is simply impossible to do adequately with your thumbs while tilting the device to control bank & pitch. A “lock view on target” option would be handy, with a little inset screen so you can see where your nose is pointing. This is always the problem with combat flight simulators: having to use your hands to keep your eyes on the enemy is just stupid.
The game could benefit greatly from more missions/theaters of operation. Like Italy, and more of Europe than the English Channel. Also, including American aircraft in the European theatre would be great.

1ManMiner ,

Great, but some pay-to-win aspects

I like this game since that it’s find of like mobile war thunder, since I’m not always able to play actual war thunder. My one big problem is that it’s somewhat pay-to-win. You get most planes by getting gold, or xp unlocks if it’s available. The thing is; the only way to effectively get gold is to buy it. For you to get gold, you’d have to be an ace pilot and fly with near perfect games for weeks or months, and you’d only get around 100 gold (all gold unlock planes are at least 5000 gold). You could convert xp to gold, but there’s a limit to how much you can convert. You can get more xp-gold convert ability by, you guessed it, buying gold. Now this wouldn’t be a problem for me if all the xp unlock planes were right after A GOLD UNLOCK PLANE, so in order to move up, you have to buy gold, no matter what. Now, that isn’t the whole tech tree for most nations, but it is for USA and Britain. I understand that they need to have in game purchases since this game is free, but that is ridiculous. The stall feature is also annoying, because for some reason it says I’m stalling at 250mph (which is ridiculous) and then makes me crash because I’m trying to point my nose down so I won’t stall, but makes me point my nose every other direction but down, which has made me lose countless dogfights. But putting all of that aside, this is nonetheless a great game for casual flyers.

Information

Seller
Phanotek, Inc.
Size
1.8 GB
Category
Games
Compatibility

Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English

Age Rating
4+
Copyright
Price
Free
In-App Purchases
  1. Very Large Gold Package $4.99
  2. Medium Gold Package $1.99
  3. Small Gold Package $0.99

Supports

  • Game Center

    Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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