Isn't it great? The B-29 must be the only American bomber you can simply recycle as a Tupolev. Sort of.
For those who like Russian planes better; here's the Tu-4 version of my B-29... just because it allowed me to add those weird KS-1 "Komet" missiles, which were actually just small Migs without cockpit. The main other differences are the red stars (duh) and the fact that the Tu-4's turrets have 23mm autocannons instead of .50's. I don't know how to build overheating engines, runaway propellers or malfunctioning pressurization systems in SP, so it's pretty much still a B-29.
In any case; this thing is quite good at sinking ships, and the ventral and tail cannons can be used to shoot stuff on the ground. Preferably stuff that doesn't shoot back though ;)
Controls are the same as in the B-29, except that this one's bomb bays are empty, leaving lots of space in which to smuggle wodka.
- Predecessor Boeing B-29 Superfortress
- Created On Windows
- Wingspan 142.7ft (43.5m)
- Length 99.3ft (30.3m)
- Height 31.7ft (9.6m)
- Empty Weight 43,503lbs (19,733kg)
- Loaded Weight 60,520lbs (27,451kg)
- Power/Weight Ratio 0.334
- Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.082
- Wing Loading 31.8lbs/ft2 (155.3kg/m2)
- Wing Area 1,902.5ft2 (176.8m2)
- Drag Points 8472
- Number of Parts 1484
- Control Surfaces 0