Old machines are not my love, but...
Actually, here. The propeller fighter designed (with great inspiration from Wyvern S Mk.4). The Renaissance fighter. The revolutionary fighter. The Edge.
The pep of the aircraft is a turboprop engine, which gives the aircraft truly titanic thrust values, while giving a decent mass. Actually, yes - the plane is more for speed, than for maneuver. Armament contains four 20mm-guns and two 7.62's. External payload consists of a torpedo and two 250kg-bombs.
The aircraft is cabable of taking-off/landing from carrier (unless landing on the USS Tiny/Tiny Two can be difficult)
AG1: Autopilot/auto horizon
AG2: Activate autocannons
AG7: Activate the tailhook
AG8: Deactivate 7.62mm's
Of gameplay features - you have the following:
-Imitation of sleeves
-Damagemodel (hit in the rear cockpit kills the craft, the plane is quite tenacious in frontal attacks, but vulnerable to fire from the top, bottom and rear)
-Craft slows down when firing
-Bombs are dropped simultaneously (just to have in mind)
-Machine guns and cannons fired separately
-Engine sound (you should really hear it)
Everything else, actually, is kinda standard. I can warn you that although the aircraft is quite resistant to capotage, it's better not to land at high speeds.
Good luck, have a nice flight, all that...
- Created On Windows
- Wingspan 24.9ft (7.6m)
- Length 23.1ft (7.1m)
- Height 8.1ft (2.5m)
- Empty Weight -4,734,385lbs (-2,147,483kg)
- Loaded Weight 7,239lbs (3,283kg)
- Power/Weight Ratio 11.174
- Horse Power/Weight Ratio 6.63
- Wing Loading 16.1lbs/ft2 (78.8kg/m2)
- Wing Area 448.7ft2 (41.7m2)
- Drag Points 1785
- Number of Parts 141
- Control Surfaces 17