Grab the control yoke of a warplane and jump into the battlefields of World War 2 in this thrilling combat flight action game. In each of the campaigns for USA, Great Britain, USSR, Germany and Japan you will assume the role of a pilot and squadron leader of an elite air force unit, established for the most dangerous and strategic missions that can turn the tide of war.
In Warplanes: WW2 Dogfight you take control of over 50 historical airplanes – from classic fighters to light and heavy bombers. Spitfire, P-51, Hurricane, Lancaster, Il-2 “Shturmovik”, La-5FN, Ju-87 “Stuka”, Fw 200 “Condor” and B-17 “Flying Fortress” are only a few of the beautiful machines that you can fly, repaint, customize and upgrade.
Gather a squadron of the best pilots and train them to assist you in the most risky missions. If you need an additional adrenaline rush, you can go on a mission by yourself and rule the sky.
Build your base – construct additional hangars and structures for your pilots and crew. Ensure its safety by building anti-aircraft artillery and barrage balloons. Develop your management skills to cut costs and manage your unit more efficiently, and become the ultimate squadron leader.
Play through varied missions in each of the available campaigns – experience deadly encounters with enemy fighters, protect ground structures from bombers, fight over the sea and weaken the enemy’s navy, pilot bombers and destroy targets of strategic value. These are only a few examples of multiple mission types that you will experience in the beautiful landscapes of Europe, Africa and Asia. Pick the best planes and pilots for the job and fly over the cold Russian tundra or sunny deserts of Egypt. Fight over the Pacific Ocean and experience the war from the perspective of American and Japanese pilots.
EXPERIENCE WW2 FLIGHT COMBAT ON MOBILE LIKE NEVER BEFORE
● The best WW2 air combat game on mobile devices with intuitive controls and user-friendly flight mechanics.
● Over 50 historical planes from RAF, Luftwaffe, American, Japanese and Soviet Air Forces, with various customization, paint and upgrade options.
● As squadron leader, you are tasked with more than piloting your plane – you also manage the base. Buy planes, recruit and train pilots, and keep building additional structures.
● Detailed 3D graphics with awesome special effects.
● Radio chatter in American English, British English, Russian, German and Japanese to give you the full experience of a World War II dogfight.
– New premium plane: Italian M.C.202 Folgore (available in German campaign).
– Bug fixes.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
There’s some potential
The game is fun and challenging but it’s not a work of art like The Pirate:Caribbean hunt was. The biggest things that takes away from the gameplay is the unrealistic auto aim and how certain units like bomber’s back gunners and AA gun’s are op while fighters are underpowered. Creating a more realistic aiming system like that of War Wings will make the gameplay feel more realistic. Bomber’s gunners should cover more area while their accuracy should be decreased. This will make fighting bombers more fair and the same should go for AA in terms of range and accuracy. I do agree with the game’s mechanic for punishing players who lazily fly directly behind bomber formations however. Contrary, fighter aircraft are underpowered with the inability to fight the player. Fixing these will make the gameplay a lot more realistic.
A final idea is to add an open world mode or a “patrol mode” that will give the player the ability to freely fight random generated enemies such as scouts, bigger fighter patrols, and every once in a while a squadron.
I like it, but it’s kinda repetitive
The game and concepts are fun and I enjoy blowing wave after wave of enemies out of the sky, but after awhile the missions all seem the same. It’s kinda irritating that you can’t field multiple of the same plane but that’s a minor thing. Larger and harder enemy squads would fix the repetitive aspects of the game. Also I think it would be great to add a p-38 to the American side and the Ohka suicide plane for the Japanese. The Ohka I think could work as sort of like a torpedo, were you drop it and can control its flight movements. All in all I think the game is solid
Not the original
This game is pretty good, but I was in love with original. The first one certainly was a simpler game, but I preferred that. The simple 4v4 matches were so much fun. Playing against other players and being apart of a community was awesome. Inviting people to join games and being invited to others was awesome. Fighting with and against people from around the world was really cool. I like the idea of introducing the new hangar system, but the controls changed for the worst. Before I felt like there was more finesse to flying. The simple joy stick controls allowed me to do more interesting maneuvers and the auto aim system makes me feel like I’m not really doing anything. Basically give us back the original. If it ain’t broke don’t fix it and you had something great.
- Teresa Dymek
- 341.6 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Ukrainian
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
- © 2018 Home Net Games
- In-App Purchases
- 200 Gold $0.99
- Fighter Squadron x5 $0.99
- Fighter Squadron x12 $1.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.