Blue Dragon 1.1 You take the role of a pilot in WWII codenamed 'Blue Dragon'. You have just returned home from a successful raid and have to cross enemy territory to get back to your ship and return home.
Description: Welcome to January 1945 the critical turning point of World War II. The Nazis march towards total world domination is gathering pace. The Allied forces are at breaking point and new plans are being hatched to halt the seemingly impossible Nazi war machine and turn the tide towards an all out victory for the Allied forces.
YOU have been handpicked to carry out solo missions of vital importance to military command. Carry these out successfully and you will turn the tide towards an all out Allied victory.
FLY, SHOOT, SWOOP, BOMB, DEPTH CHARGE AND STRAFE
Go from flying covert ops to taking part in a dogfight over London to destroying enemy radar stations and weapons factories.
Send enemy soldiers flying with strategically placed bombs or sending them diving cover whilst strafing their encampments!
Fight and destroy submarines, planes, tanks, blimps, boats, landing ships and more through 16 levels of action-packed fun!
Island Wars 2 2.74 Deep in the South Pacific, two islands battle over their palm trees! Hop in your biplane and bomb the enemy trees while using your cannon to protect your own. Features 6 gametypes
Island Wars 2 Christmas Edition 2.69 Deep in the South Pacific, two islands battle over their Christmas trees! Hop in your sled and bomb the enemy trees while using your cannon to protect your own. Features 6
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