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Japanese Air War Is a game of war planes and rely on the jump orflappy in the air, or to walk on the land and the player barriersplaced in the game exceeded, such as: a bird , Wooden boxes ,Explosives , Surface to air missiles And leave you a lot .... Thisgame is inspired by the World War Japanese comic manner **New** Wenew inventory system, Check it now! - Countless and fearful meteorwaves! - Build your own unique Japanese whatever you imagine andwish to have! - With your strong weapons and parts,everything whichagainst you! - Exciting and Thrilling game! Japanese Adventure !**Feedback** Easy Control: very easy to learn and control your airwar. Meteors: all dangerous meteors and coins. Take on yourfriends: brag your spaceship and score by contending with yourfriends on Google Play. air is FREE to|Liberated play but it mayget you to pay them in case of purchasing items in game. “Japanesefighter ways against each Allied fighters and bombers essentiallyvaried each with the quantity and sort of aircraft encountered, andwith the conditions underneath that attacks were dead. theconventional Japanese air plan of action unit was a squadron of 9planes divided into 3 flights, taking possession either Vee orechelon formation. Another oft employed formation consisted of aVee of 3 aeroplane, flanked by echelons of 2 fighters. The latterformation was typically used for onset, the echelon pairs tangledwith enemy fighter opposition whereas the Vee went in to attack.the japanese fighter formations typically flew at altitudes offifteen,000 to 20,000 feet, however were aforementioned to controlefficiently at twenty seven,000 feet or higher. Japanese fighterpilots generally avoided head-on attacks against Allied fighters,probably because most of their planes were unarmored."Head-to-tail" attacks were favored, except when engaging bomberswith rear guns. Contrary to an earlier belief, the Japanese appearto preferred single to concerted attacks. They began to frequentlyfollowing allied fighters into power dives, which heretofore theywere reported reluctant to do. Apparently the structural strengthof the new Hap, in particular, made that method of escape forAllied aircraft less effective.”