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DOGFIGHT : Air Battle Adventure Arcade HDX

DOGFIGHT : Air Battle Adventure Arcade HDX
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DOGFIGHT : Air Battle Adventure Arcade HDX

An Epic HD CinePhotaic™ Experience

A dogfight, or dog fight, is a form of aerial combat between fighter aircraft; in particular, combat of manoeuvre at short range, where each side is aware of the other's presence. Dogfighting first appeared during World War I, shortly after the invention of the airplane, and has since become a component in every major war despite beliefs after World War II that increasingly greater speeds and longer range weapons would make dogfighting obsolete. Modern terminology for air-to-air combat is air combat maneuvering (ACM), which refers to tactical situations requiring the use of individual basic fighter maneuvers (BFM) to attack or evade one or more opponents. This differs from aerial warfare, which deals with the strategy involved in planning and executing various missions.

Superiority in a dog fight can depend on a pilot's experience and skill, and the agility of his fighter when flown at minimum air speeds approaching loss of control (causing a danger of stalling); the winner typically plays to the strengths of his own aircraft while forcing his adversary to fly at a design disadvantage. Dogfights are generally contests fought at low airspeeds, while maintaining enough energy for violent acrobatic maneuvering, as pilots attempt to remain within air speeds with a maximum turn rate and minimum turn radius: the so-called "corner speed" that often lies between 300 and 400 knots, depending on the aircraft's design. Therefore a dogfight has nothing to do with supersonic speed, but much to do with the engine power that makes supersonic flight possible. The supermaneuverable F-22 Raptor can stand on its steerable nozzles at less than 100 knots airspeed, yet quickly maneuver to bring its M61 Vulcan cannon to bear on a nearby evasive target, while an F-15 Eagle is more likely to use its thrust to maintain its relatively high corner speed, working to counter the drag caused by tight turns.


DOGFIGHT : Air Battle Adventure Arcade HDX

"Superior app - I would reccomend it to budding pilots everywhere who want to grow up to fly warplanes of destruction!" ~ Kent Wardsworth, III

"Makes you want to get your own F18 and do some real collateral damage!" ~ Raymond MacKenzie, Pilot

"Fast and furious - it only needs your immagination to join the fray!" ~ Henry Eventide, Bomber

"Smoke and fire, weapons and bombs, missles and radar, helmets and cockpits, mena and birds of prey - its all here!" ~ James Whittier, Autho

"Congratulations on an application well done!" Quincy "Big Guns" Smith

Outstanding Features :

CinePhotaic™ Image Processor
Projector Prime™
Gravity Motion Dynamic Engine (GMDE)
ExpandiMage Realtime Image Enlargement
SureStack - ADON Engine (Advanced Dynamic Oscillating Network)
QuandraPlay with dandiMation
B.U.M.P. Broadband Utility Masking Pulsatron
TouchMan Pro
GalleryWalk® Interactive Museum Experiencium

The above proprietary image toolset is couple with State-of-the-Art audio

Peakquilizer™ Midrange Dynamic Expander
NextMusic Song Technology
Mute and Go


Please email us with any requests, which we will do our best to integrate into the next update.

Thank you for downloading DOGFIGHT : Air Battle Adventure Arcade HDX and your continued support, and positive comments - we really appreciate it.

Thanks to the programming / design / management team - Horace, Jennifer, Robert, Thomas, Wu Li, Anne, Kenneth, Tad, Louise, Natasha, Veronika, Benjamin, Zack, Erik, Redmond, Jeffrey, Heather, Geroge, Jonathan, Vincent, Samuel, Yvonne, Inga, Oliver, Morton, Freddy, Lanny, Carl, Wayne, Alberto, and little Stephanie.


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