Echoboom launches Mini Dogfight in free format

Combat pilots based on the great aviators of the First World War.
Echoboom announced Mini Dogfight in free format with micropayments. It is a video game based on the great aviation pilots of World War to which you can challenge and even get to win.
Mini Dogfight is a 2D motion much easier handling and to a wider audience. According Joaquin Grech, Echoboom partner and ideologue of the game, “he Dogfight Mini originates from the lack of historical aviation games and hopes to attract thousands of players.”
A curiosity of the game is that his cartoons have influences from Hanna-Barbera style of animation Hayao Miyazaki and Disney. It has a large repertoire of big names relevant drivers in the history of aviation and each has been represented quite accurately with an animal. For example, the German Red Baron is a doberman or Frenchman Rene Fonck by a rooster. Ernst Udet is a rottweiler and James McCuden is a fox. All characters are treated this way.
Game for iPhone, Android, Windows Phone and Windows 8, features 16 levels, each with 4 or 5 sublevels. Estimated duration of 10 hours for the single player and multiplayer included.
Be a free download in multiple languages, including Spanish and English.
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 Dogfight Mini Echoboom throws in free format
 Dogfight Mini Echoboom throws in free format
 Dogfight Mini Echoboom throws in free format
Dogfight Mini Echoboom throws in free format

 Dogfight Mini Echoboom throws in free format
 Echoboom launches Mini Dogfight in free format
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Echoboom launches Mini Dogfight in free format
Source: english  
September 9, 2014


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