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The Ocean Battle
Category: Simulation
Author: Hiro | Size: 3.12 Mb | Version:
Requires: Win All | License: Freeware | Date: 2017-04-17
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A really nice Japanese 3D dogfight simulator
This game has three missions. (ground and air attacks)

The mission overviews are in Japanese, but that doesn't affect gameplay much. I tested with the keyboard, I'm sure it would be better with a joystick as any other flight Sim would be.

Controls:

keyboard or joystick

the keys cannot be changed
arrow left / right: roll the body to the left / right
arrow up / down: raise or lower the nose of your plane
A / Z = accelerate / lower speed
Space bar = fire
M = lauch missile
Q / W = area map on/off
F1 = Standard view (the body is displayed and a camera is fixed)
F2 = Extended view 1 (the body is displayed -- not having -- a camera view)
F3 = Extended view 2 (the body is displayed and also follows a camera)
Esc = exit game

note: F2/F3 extended view is only available by using a joystick

Minimum Requirements

Windows 98+ (cpu 600 MHz - DirectX

No install needed


Rating: N/A (0 votes)

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