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* BilingualBonus: Some of the rooms in the house, which the armies treat as strategic territories, are being referred to by interesting German names, such as "Riesen Sektor" for the parents' bedroom ("Riesen" means "giants").

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* BilingualBonus: Some of the rooms in the house, which the armies treat as strategic territories, are being referred to by interesting German names, such as "Riesen Sektor" for the parents' bedroom ("Riesen" means "giants").


* BilingualBonus: Some of the rooms in the house, which the armies treat as strategic territories, are being referred to with interesting German names, such as "Riesen Sektor" for the parents' bedroom ("Riesen" means "giants").

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* BilingualBonus: Some of the rooms in the house, which the armies treat as strategic territories, are being referred to with by interesting German names, such as "Riesen Sektor" for the parents' bedroom ("Riesen" means "giants").


* BilingualBonus: Some of the rooms in the house, which the armies treat as strategic territories, are being referred to by interesting German names, such as "Riesen Sektor" for the parents' bedroom ("Riesen" means "giants").

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* BilingualBonus: Some of the rooms in the house, which the armies treat as strategic territories, are being referred to by with interesting German names, such as "Riesen Sektor" for the parents' bedroom ("Riesen" means "giants").


* BilingualBonus: Some of the rooms in the house, which the armies treat as strategic territories, are being referred to by interesting German names, such as "Riesen Sektor" for the parents' bedroom ("Riesen" means "giants").



** BilingualBonus: Some of these "territories" have interesting German names, such as "Riesen Sektor" for the parents' bedroom ("Riesen" means "giants").


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* OldSchoolDogfight / FixedForwardFacingWeapon: Slightly subverted; you still have to have your target more or less in the center of your view in order to shoot at them, but the game will automatically aim the crosshair at the target as soon as they're within range.

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* OldSchoolDogfight / FixedForwardFacingWeapon: Slightly subverted; Subverted; you still have to have your target more or less in the center of your view in order to shoot at them, but the game will automatically aim the crosshair at the target as soon as they're within range.



* SimulationGame: Well, it is a flight simulator.

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* SimulationGame: Well, it is ''is'' a flight simulator.


** Normally, bumping into objects and walls only drops a tiny sliver of your health and makes you lose speed, but sometimes, you can crash into something in such a way that your plane just explodes instantly. In particular, flying onto doors while they're in the middle of opening is a guaranteed death. Can double as a GameBreakingBug, since you can never be sure what is the point where the game deems the crash as fatal.

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** Normally, bumping into objects and walls only drops a tiny sliver of your health and makes you lose speed, but sometimes, you can crash into something in such a way that your plane just explodes instantly. In particular, flying onto crashing into doors while they're in the middle of opening is a guaranteed death. Can double as a GameBreakingBug, since you can never be sure what is the point where the game deems the crash as fatal.


** BilingualBonus: Some of these "territories" have interesting German names, such as "Riesen Sektor" for the parents' bedroom ("Riesen" means "giants")

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** BilingualBonus: Some of these "territories" have interesting German names, such as "Riesen Sektor" for the parents' bedroom ("Riesen" means "giants")"giants").


** BilingualBonus: Some of these "territories" have interesting German names, such as "Riesen Sektor" for the parent's bedroom ("Riesen" means "giants")

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** BilingualBonus: Some of these "territories" have interesting German names, such as "Riesen Sektor" for the parent's parents' bedroom ("Riesen" means "giants")


** BilingualBonus: Some of these "territories" have interesting German names, such as "Riesen Sektor" for the parent's bedroom (Riesen means "giants")

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** BilingualBonus: Some of these "territories" have interesting German names, such as "Riesen Sektor" for the parent's bedroom (Riesen ("Riesen" means "giants")

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** BilingualBonus: Some of these "territories" have interesting German names, such as "Riesen Sektor" for the parent's bedroom (Riesen means "giants")


** Normally, bumping into objects and walls only drops a tiny sliver of your health and makes you lose speed, but sometimes, you can crash onto something in such a way that your plane just explodes instantly. In particular, flying onto doors while they're in the middle of opening is a guaranteed death. Can double as a GameBreakingBug, since you can never be sure what is the point where the game deems the crash as fatal.

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** Normally, bumping into objects and walls only drops a tiny sliver of your health and makes you lose speed, but sometimes, you can crash onto into something in such a way that your plane just explodes instantly. In particular, flying onto doors while they're in the middle of opening is a guaranteed death. Can double as a GameBreakingBug, since you can never be sure what is the point where the game deems the crash as fatal.

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* OldSchoolDogfight / FixedForwardFacingWeapon: Slightly subverted; you still have to have your target more or less in the center of your view in order to shoot at them, but the game will automatically aim the crosshair at the target as soon as they're within range.


'''''Airfix Dogfighter''''' is a PC flight-combat game, based on the popular ''Airfix'' brand of plastic scale models. The game is set in a ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory''-like setup, where two factions of miniature UsefulNotes/WorldWarII vehicles are at war with each other while living inside a large human house. You are in control of a miniature plane and are given various objectives during the missions, consisting of either shooting down enemy units, protecting your own units, or retrieving certain collectibles.

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'''''Airfix Dogfighter''''' is a PC flight-combat game, game released in 2000, based on the popular ''Airfix'' brand of plastic scale models. The game is set in a ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory''-like setup, where two factions of miniature UsefulNotes/WorldWarII vehicles are at war with each other while living inside a large human house. You are in control of a miniature plane and are given various objectives during the missions, consisting of either shooting down enemy units, protecting your own units, or retrieving certain collectibles.


* TimedMission: A number of missions requires you to protect some friendly units before they are destroyed or, in one case, retrieve a set of plans before they are burned.

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* TimedMission: A number of missions requires you to protect some friendly units before they are destroyed destroyed, or, in one case, retrieve a set of plans before they are burned.

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