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Midway to Hiroshima.

Wings - Midway to Hiroshima is the second volume in the ultimate encyclopaedia of military aircraft and aviation.

WINGS is a multimedia encyclopaedia of military aircraft and aviation covering the period from 1915 to the present day.

This is a five disc series which will be published over the next 18 months.

Key features in WINGS - Midway to Hiroshima:
Super-realistic 3D rendered models of aircraft and airfields.
Animations showing the combat tactics and operation of combat weapons.
A multimedia database of technical and service data on over 500 planes and over 200 weapon systems.
Over 1000 full screen photographs and over an hour of live action video plus three flight sims in each title.
Virtual-reality airfields and stunning animations of combat techniques take you to the frontlines of the Pacific, European, North-African and Russian Theatres of War.
From the tide-turning Battle of Midway to the fireball of Hiroshima, explore super-realistic models of aircraft that played a crucial role in the allied victory.
Slide behind the controls and take off on three flight simulators. Pilot a US Navy Hellcat and destroy a Japanese Okha. Lead a bombing run aboard a B-17 Flying Fortress.

Minimum system requirements:

PC Version:
486 or higher processor. Windows 3.1/3.11 and MS-DOS 3.3 or above. Double speed CD-ROM drive (Quad speed recommended). 256 color display (64k/16 bit color recommended). 8MB of RAM (16MB recommended). Adlib and Soundblaster compatible. Mouse.

Macintosh Version:
Performa, Centris and Quadra families. Double speed CD-ROM drive (Quad speed recommended). System 7.0 or above. 8MB of RAM (16MB recommended). "14" or larger color monitor.

PowerMac Version:
PowerMac 6100 with System 7.1.2 or above. Double speed CD-ROM drive (Quad speed recommended). 8MB of RAM (16MB recommended). "14" or larger color monitor.

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