Wings is a World War I video game by Cinemaware, originally released in 1990 for the Amiga, later also ported for the Game Boy Advance in 2002. It is similar to the action sequences of the 1927 silent film Wings, but the story shown before each mission is different from the plot of the movie. Wings features a mixture of gameplay styles including 3D dogfights, top down bombing missions, and diagonally-scrolling (Blue Max-style) strafing sections. It is action oriented, but features the story narrative and atmospheric presentation that typified many of Cinemaware’s titles. The game is not based on any real aircraft, but roughly based on the performance of aeroplanes of the era.
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