Over the last couple of months I have been working hard on bringing fantastic missions, new aircraft and stability updates to the iOS and the Android platforms.
As indicated on Facebook new missions and the Chinook will be added to Air Cavalry, so keep an eye out for the update.
On the Android platform I am happy to announce that 'Chinook' has been released, here is the direct link.
- realistic virtual 3D cockpit
- detailed CH-47 model & textures
- minigun onboard
- transport mission
- extremely detailed environment with ocean and big island with cities, traffic, river, mountains etc.
- realistic controls
Today we have released a new game, for android called 'Hind'.
It is now available for download in the google store for download. This is great news for all you android users.
Jump into the cockpit of the famous Mi-24 Hind combat helicopter. Start from the airbase and explore beautiful mountains or small towns. Destroy any building and vehicle, land on the airbase to refuel and rearm.
Mi-24 Hind is highly realistic flight simulator with real virtual cockpit, powerful cannon, rockets and missiles including gunner's targeting view.
- realistic physics
- beautiful graphics
- friendly controls
- universal app (iPhone & iPad)
- detailed 3D virtual cockpit (pilot & gunner)
- destroyable buildings and vehicles (cars etc.)
Finally today a new update to Air Calvary was released, which included new missions, new gun effects and bug fixes. The Pro version of the game will not be too far behind.
We have also added a new helicopter, for you all to get a grip of, the AH-1Z Viper, A four bladed version of the Cobra, and recently entered service with the US Marine Corp.
The new missions include night operations against insurgents, armed with anti aircraft systems.
To recap on all the new features:
In the next update I will be changing the FLIR and canon fire slightly to be more realistic. See the small film below, for an example:
After updating the legacy free apps, I am now back working on more missions in the Air Calvary application. Part of the next update will be a new helicopter, the AH-1Z 'Viper' - a helicopter that can trace its roots back to the Vietnam era - and the AH-1 'Cobra' or 'Snake' as it was sometimes referred to.
Flying the 'Viper' you will have all the modern avionics and weapon systems available to you so that you can complete new exciting missions, which will include carrier ops.
Today, we are happy to announce that we have released 'Carrier Ops' for Android; you can find it in the play store here.
All the great game play from the best of class flight simulator is now available to all our Android friends. Hopefully this will be the start of something very special, as we continue to update this game and port others from iOS.
This week, we published the latest updates to our 'Air Cavalry' game.
The updates include bug fixes, four new missions, and a new aircraft in the form of the Ka-50 Blackshark. We released the game for the standard version first, but don't worry - the PRO version will be coming soon.
The new missions and aircraft are available as in-app purchases, so go get them now. Remember, if you bought the 'PRO' version, these will be available to you as soon as the app is updated.
You will be able to take part in operations from an aircraft carrier. The first mission will be to rescue a downed pilot.
All the graphics and functions of the parent game 'Air Cavalry' have been ported over to this stand-alone mission, which is 'FREE'.
Get your free copy of the game HERE.
This month I have been continuing to fix any bugs that have been reported, and in the next couple of weeks you should see the next updates released. At the same time, I have been adding new aircraft and new missions.
Progress can seem slow a times, but I assure you that I have been working incessantly behind the scenes. My aim is to give you the best possible experience, so please bear with me while I am continuing to work on your website. I am confident that the results will be worth the wait. In the meantime, I hope you continue to enjoy the current missions and aircraft.