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Fighters over Malaga 1937 - For TGA!
« on: March 29, 2020, 03:15:48 AM »

Yes, another of of my TGA-era campaigns has been BAT-ified:



This is a semi-historical, 9-mission static campaign, set in the Spanish Civil War during the two first months of 1937. You are a pilot in a Republican squadron, flying the French Hispano-Nieuport 52 fighter. The Hispano-Nieuport 52 was an old design already in 1936 and part of the inventory of the Spanish Airforce before the war – it was in fact used by both sides in the start of the conflict. (In one mission you will fly the Airspeed Envoy, and in the final one - at last - the deadly Polikarpov I-16.)

You can download it here: http://www.mission4today.com/index.php?name=Downloads3&file=details&id=1182

After the failure of the Nationalists to capture Madrid and the Republican counterattack at the Battle of the Corunna Road, the Nationalists are seeking to regain the initiative. A 40 kilometer wide strip of land in southern Spain along the Mediterranean Sea, centering on the city of Malaga, is held by the Republicans. This is to be the Nationalists new target.

It is essentially a remake of my old campaign “Defenders of Malaga”, for those who want to try one of DreamK's many new SCW-era aircraft. The Nieuport is an old girl, for sure, and in most respects handles like a WW1 fighter. Which makes her even more fun! But I have added many new types of aircraft, new ships, new ground units etc, and the aircraft density in the air has been increased quite a lot.

Some shiny screenies here:





Thanks for looking! :-)
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