|Typical of World of Warplanes' love f the obscure - this German 1930s era|
AO 192 only ever existed as a production run of six aircraft and they were
transport aircraft. In this game it's cast in the 'what if?' role as a primitive
As I said, one of the attractions with the game is getting to play some rarer aircraft, some of which only saw the light of day on the drawing board or as prototypes. But this taps in to the popular interest in semi-speculative themes like 'Luftwaffe 1946' and such like 'what if' scenarios. And I like it!
The game is hardly realistic in it's flight physics or sophistication but it's fun, and that's something that's missing in a lot of computer games these days.
|My current mount, the diminutive Soviet Polikarpov I-5|