Airfix Dogfighter

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Developer(s) Unique Development Studios

Paradox Entertainment

Publisher(s) EON Digital Entertainment
Designer Daniel Nygren [1]
Engine
status Status Missing
Release date January 14, 2000 (NA)
January 14, 2000 (EU)
Genre Action, Combat flight simulator
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer
Age rating(s) ESRB: Everyone
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows
Arcade system Arcade System Missing
Media CD
Input Gamepad, mouse, keyboard
Requirements
Credits | Soundtrack | Codes | Walkthrough

Airfix Dogfighter is a 2000 flight-combat video game for the personal computer; developed by Unique Development Studios and Paradox Entertainment,[2] published by EON Digital Entertainment,[3] it was released on January 14[4][5] in North America and Europe.[6] 15 planes are at the players disposal to reenact WW2 in a 1950's home.

The game is based on the popular Airfix brand of plastic models. Airfix Dogfighter lets you pilot detailed, miniature versions of World War II aircraft through a large, 3D-rendered house. Fly for the Allies or the Axis powers, each with a home base in a different room of the house. Dogfights take place in the yard or throughout a house full of curios, knick-knacks, canisters, and decorations, many of which can be destroyed and which contain special power-ups.

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