DOS game, 1994
- Rowan Software
- Empire Interactive
- 1st-person, 3rd-person
- Flight, History, Warfare
Dawn Patrol is a simulator from the period of the First World War, which is organized in the form of a historical book, where you can choose a side, simply clicking on this or that side of the story and suddenly become a pilot of one of the two sides (German or English) in a difficult fight, where you decide the fate of your Fokker or Sophwith Camel against your opponents. At the beginning you can choose the "first war in the air", where you will learn the basics, will train the technique, you will get the most important information about the development of fighting. Aircraft technology and important personalities of the time are better described in the section "Air aces", where you can fly and fight against the best air aces of the time. If you decide and go to the flight simulator, there are enough views available so that you, as good pilots, can orient yourself in a graphically nice environment - e.g. cockpit, external views of the aircraft, or the view of the following aircraft. The graphics are really well crafted and the details of the individual aircraft are nicely displayed. It's worse with sounds that are monotonous and take on the atmosphere of the game. However, the game replaces weaker sounds with nice graphics and the reality of the flight characteristics of the aircraft.
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