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Wings of War - PC

by Jack Of All Games
Windows XP / 98 / Me / 2000
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews) 69 / 100

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  • Guide the fate of a young pilot through fictionalized battles of World War I
  • High-speed, high-impact, high-flying, arcade-style, action-oriented gameplay
  • 7 huge maps set in a wide range of environments; varying weather effects
  • Play through over 70 intense missions; free-form gameplay
  • 5 unique multiplayer co-op and head-to-head modes

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  • ASIN: B0006AAOHI
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 7, 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #46,580 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

Product Description

Wings Of War turns you into a rookie pilot, fighting for your home and your destiny. Jump into in World War I's deadliest air battles for your country, under the service of your commanders. As you play, you'll be challenged to become a legend in the early days or air combat. The sky's the limit here - blaze a path to glory as you ride on the Wings Of War!

From the Manufacturer

High-speed combat, high-intensity action, and high-flying heroes rule the skies in Wings of War. All of the deadly drama and intense aerial duels of World War One will blast the PC and Xbox as history's greatest flying aces take to the air. As a rookie pilot, you must prove your mettle against the kings of the skies, and chose your destiny. Earn medals and ranks as you fight for your country under the service of your commanders. Seek fortune and glory as you take on side quests. The choice is up to you! The sky's the limit as you blaze a path to glory on Wings of War!


  • Guide the fate of a young pilot through fictionalized battles of World War One
  • High-speed, high-impact, high-flying, arcade-style, action-oriented gameplay
  • Seven huge maps set in a wide range of environments, featuring varying weather effects, seasonal changes, and combat scenarios
  • Free-form gameplay--play the role of a rogue air ace helping the troops on the ground or furthering your own agenda and prestige
  • Play through over 70 intense missions, and discover bonus side quests along the way, including delivery of black market goods, assassinating enemy officers, raiding factories for equipment, and much more
  • Fight in the sky, or from fixed machine gun points in airfields, vehicles, balloon baskets, trains, and airships
  • Take on challenges from other pilots including duels, dares, and stunts, to build your reputation
  • Tons of hidden secrets will unlock hidden missions, and weapons to further your goals
  • Top performance earns medals, which unlock new planes and a huge range of paint styles to customize your favorite fighter
  • Find various power-ups for your plane(s) such as extra guns, speed boosts, armor, and rockets
  • Original and highly addictive multiplayer co-op and head-to-head modes, featuring five unique multiplayer modes (PC version only)

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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Mediocre - Par Excellence December 30, 2004
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
World War 1 is back and shunning the actual historical impact of the bi-planes of old, it is your duty as Benjamin, (you're always Benjamin regardless of your pilot name) British Ace supreme, to rid the world of the evil Triple Alliance. WoW (false moniker mind you) takes the misery of trench warfare to the skies where you shoot down generic plane after generic plane after generic plane in a series of unconnected missions spread throughout thirteen unconnected levels which each greatly resemble each other.

The game boasts a number of planes for both the Germans and the British, each with listed Speed, Maneuverability, Firepower, and Endurance levels. Unfortunately, the planes are so similar that these numbers are largely meaningless. Instead, the only thing to look at is whether the plane you're flying falls within the fighter, scout, or bomber classifications. Those really translate to fast, slower, and slower still when it comes to comparisons. As you play through campaign levels, which are all British, you can unlock these planes, but due to their great similarity, there is no real sense of accomplishment even after finishing the entire game and unlocking the supposedly uber fighters.

Within each campaign mission you have no control over which plane you get to fly. You're given one in the beginning, and unless you decide to take on one of the many bonus missions strewn throughout the level, odds are it will be the only plane you get to fly. Unless, of course, you go through one of the many rail-shooter sub-missions where you get put in back seat of the mysteriously appearing bomber and you have to keep German fighters off your tail while dropping bombs on enemy installations.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wings of War Review by Ed Rhodes July 22, 2005
I found this WW I flying game very fun to play. The graphics are outstanding and I would strongly suggest your computer meet the minimums for graphics, memory and processor speed. Just going through "flying school" presented a real challenge. Much detail was programmed into this flight game and it presents a very realistic presentation. I would recommend it for anyone who enjoys well detailed and challenging air war games.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wondrous! November 22, 2013
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This is TRULY grand!
I've been waiting for 5 years, for Microsoft to get their butts in gear & stroke this original xbox game for the XBOX360...and I was just about to buy a used console to be able to play it. BUT, I took this chance on this PC version. Got a fright when, after installing this on my Windows 7 rig, I did get an error message telling me that it wouldn't be compatible...BUT that it would tweak itself a tad. Viola!, it instantly began-to-work...even recognizing the joy-stick and calibrating it!
The game is hugely entertaining and vivid, in an arcade way...although you CAN adjust the experience to a more realistic handling environment. I'll have to "grow a few", first, before I do so. And THAT will not be easy as I am a gal.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Arcade style flying game - linear February 18, 2013
This review is for the single player option only. A joystick was used. I can't imagine playing it with keyboard and mouse.

You can play a quick action game where you can set various options: location, time of day, weather, number of combatants, etc. You get to pick your plane (several different color schemes available). The model of your plane is limited at first since most are "locked". You have to progress through the campaign game to unlock more models.

The campaign game is a set of about a dozen missions. Each one has about a dozen objectives. You must complete them in a set order so the game can be called linear even though you are flying around in the sky. Some of the objectives are timed, fail and you have to start over. The save system was horrible. It basically saves the game after each completed objective IF you continue playing. Exit the game and return later - you have to start over at the start of the mission. Confused? Say you quit after completing objective 6 of mission 4. When you restart the game you start at objective 1 of mission 4. When you play make sure you have enough time to get through the whole mission.

You have an option to choose between "arcade" and "classic" but there was not much difference between the two. Classic is harder as the plane does not handle so precisely. Turns are wider, etc. Both are basically arcade though. You have unlimited fuel and machine gun ammo. You carry up to 50 bombs AND 50 rockets!
(I don't remember reading about air-to-air and air-to-ground rockets in WWI) You also apparently have radios as you receive updated instructions as you proceed through the missions.
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