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F6F Hellcat (PC CD)
The Hellcat proved ...
show moreto be the most successful aircraft in naval history, destroying 5,171 aircraft while in service with the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps (5,163 in the Pacific and eight more during the invasion of Southern France), plus 52 with the Royal Navys Fleet Air Arm during World War II. Postwar, the Hellcat aircraft was systematically phased out of front line service, but finally retired as late as 1954 as a night-fighter in composite squadrons. The Hellcat has a highly detailed virtual cockpit complete with 3d gauges and authentic textures, as well as switches to arm and use the guns, bombs and rockets, as well as a functional drop tank. With animations present and correct, including folding wings and the crucial tail hook for those carrier landings. The authentic sound package also adds to the immersion achieved as you open up the throttle and watch how the self shadowing, bump mapping and spectacular highlights bring any of the 14 carefully selected paint schemes to life.Features Engine Flames Cockpit Night Lighting Bump mapping, Specular Highlights Self-Shadowing High Res Textures Throughout Canopy Open / Close Animation PDF Manual 14 Aircraft Paint Schemes True Engine Startup / Shut Down Exhaust Smoke From Engine Startup Layered Paintkit Included Models x2, F6F-3 and F6F-5 3D Gauges Authentic Engine Sounds Guns, Rockets and Bombs Droppable and Functional Drop tank Parked Animation Gun bays, Chocks Operational Wing Fold Mechanism Arrest Hook for Carrier Landings Highly Detailed Pilot LightBloom on Glass/Shiny Materials Running and Landing Lightsshow less