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Iron Wings

Naps Team announces WW2 flying combat game Iron Wings

From some of the minds behind Gekido.

  • Text: Sam Bishop
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Naps Team, a studio with some of the minds behind the beat 'em up game Gekido, has announced that they are working on an aerial combat game called Iron Wings, set in World War Two and currently appealing for funding via Kickstarter.

Here's what the Kickstarter page has to say about the game: "Multiplayer is a very important aspect of flying shooter games and is an ambitious goal we would love to achieve, but it must be done properly. We plan to have a stretch goal for you that will allow us to build fun and solid multiplayer modes."

"We are developing Iron Wings to run smoothly on average gaming PC and next-gen consoles. If you have a PC, hardware-wise similar to Xbox One or PS4, you should be able to run Iron Wings well as we are using internal technology that runs smoothly on both PS4 and Xbox One, as well as on Windows PC."

"In Iron Wings player takes on the role of the two pilots, Jack and Amelia, as they attempt to take down Nazi aerial menace across a rich campaign of missions, each with numerous objectives and enemies as well as side objectives. While fast paced action goes you will also have to consider some strategy, assigning your partner primary objectives to shoot down, in order to succeed."

"Iron Wings is primarily an arcade game, a flying shooter, where shooting won't be enough, where each weapon or tool mounted on each of the two planes will have its role on completing each mission, and you'll have to deal with the decision on what to do and how to do it."

The Kickstarter page has extensive details not only on the game but the campaign itself, many trailers and also rewards for each tier of funding too. As if that wasn't enough, there's also a Kickstarter trailer for Iron Wings too, as well as a Steam Greenlight page. What do you think of Iron Wings? Will you fund it?

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