Air Battle: World War

Air Battle: World War

There are many games that take you back to World War II but few games are about the first Great War. Air Battle: World War happens to be one of these rare games but what’s even more exciting is that you will be flying a plane here instead of leading troops on strategy maps, etc.

When you start the game you will face a choice – either play as an Allied pilot or be on the Central Powers’ side. No matter what you choose the game will present you with numerous missions where you will have to fight enemy planes, bomb enemy positions, down zeppelins that belong to the enemy etc. The app has a short tutorial too where you will learn how to fly your plane and shoot down enemies and then you are on your own. All this is wrapped in really nice 3D visuals and what’s even more exciting is that Air Battle: World War is just around 40 MB in size, which once again proves the fact that you do not need a game that is hundreds of megabytes to offer content worth playing. The sound effects in Air Battle: World War are also nice and fully comply with the game story. The problem with Air Battle: World War is that the plane is hard to control – the game relies on the gyro sensors of your Android device so you will end up tilting your Android device up and down a lot, which is not nice amidst an intense battle. This is also the hardest way to control something in a game, at least to us, and unfortunately the developers of Air Battle: World War have not thought of any other way to control the plane.

If we don’t take this feature into consideration, Air Battle: World War is an excellent game – it has great visuals, nice sound effects, action, fun and then more. The only problem with the app is how you control your plane but if you are familiar with it, then you should not have any problems; if not, maybe it is time to learn how to use it – otherwise you may miss one excellent game on a rare historical topic.

Air Battle: World War is here on Google Play.

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