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* AutoRevive: Enemy planes that take enough damage have a trail of smoke, but if they don't hit the ground quickly enough, the trail disappears and they're back in the fight.



* {{Diary}}: The Amiga verison has the player's pilot record text in the journal. If killed, it's given to the replacement (although it reads as if it's still the same person writing).

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* {{Diary}}: The Amiga verison version has the player's pilot record text in the journal. If killed, it's given to the replacement (although it reads as if it's still the same person writing).



* EscortMission: Typical for a flight simulator - you are sometimes required to escort bombers. There's also a ProtectionMission where you prevent your base from being bombed or balloons from being burst. With this game, the situation may be unclear about which one is the bomber.

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* EscortMission: Typical for a flight simulator - you are sometimes required to escort bombers. There's also a ProtectionMission where you prevent your base from being bombed or balloons from being burst. With this game, the situation may be unclear about At a quick glance, it's not obvious which one is the bomber.bomber due to plane colors being the same for each side.



* VideoGameCrueltyPunishment: Attacking hospitals, churches or ambulances will result in mission failure and a reprimand from the squad commander. Shooting down squadmates is nor particularly awarded, either.

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* VideoGameCrueltyPunishment: Attacking hospitals, churches or ambulances will result in mission failure and a reprimand from the squad commander. Shooting down squadmates is nor particularly awarded, either. likewise causes the reprimand.


* BreatherLevel: The difficulty level of missions varies, with an easy one thrown in from time to time (e.g. 10 August 1916 is a patrol with 2 wingmen, against one enemy). While there may be a few in a row and may feel erratic, it's still expected as warfare has easy and hard portions at times.

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* BreatherLevel: The difficulty level of missions varies, with an easy one thrown in from time to time (e.g. 10 August 1916 is a patrol with 2 wingmen, against one enemy). While there may be a few in a row and may feel erratic, it's still expected as warfare has easy and hard portions at times.

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* RedplicaBaron: ''Wings 2: Aces High'' has the player will get to face off with the Red Baron.

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* EscortMission: Typical for a flight simulator - you are sometimes required to escort bombers. There's also a ProtectionMission where you prevent your base from being bombed or balloons from being burst. With this game, the situation may be unclear about which one is the bomber.


* AntiAir: Also known as Archie. The shells cause the plane to spin out of control, as opposed to just causing some damage.



* CollisionDamage: There's a chance to survive a mid-air collision, where you at least have some control over the plane. Otherwise, your pilot is killed while you watch your plane fly crash into the ground.
* ConvenientMisfire: There's a chance for the guns to jam for a few minutes, during combat. They're unjammed more quickly for pilots with a mechanical aptitude.
* {{Diary}}: The Amiga verison has the player's pilot record text in the journal. If killed, it's given to the replacement (although it reads as if it's still the same person writing).



* ReassignedToAntarctica: After failing three missions in a row, the player gets demoted to a lowly trooper in the trenches. Even considering the high casualty rate among fighter pilots, this sounds like a death sentence and definitely is one of few bad endings.

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* PointBuildSystem: The Amiga version provides 120 points to distribute among four stats, affecting the pilot's ability in battle.
* ReassignedToAntarctica: After failing three enough missions in a row, the player gets demoted to a lowly trooper in the trenches. Even considering the high casualty rate among fighter pilots, this sounds like a death sentence and definitely is one of few bad endings. However, getting one successful mission will reset the counter.


''Wings'' is focused on the component of battles fought from the skies, and in at least the GBA version, allows you to play as an Allied OR German fighter pilot or even alternate between the two. ([[CaptainObvious Playing as different characters, of course.]])

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''Wings'' is focused on the component of battles fought from the skies, and in at least the GBA version, allows you to play as an Allied OR German fighter pilot or even alternate between the two. ([[CaptainObvious Playing (Playing as different characters, of course.]])
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TheOtherWiki has an article on it [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wings_(series) here.]]

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TheOtherWiki Wiki/TheOtherWiki has an article on it [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wings_(series) here.]]


''Wings'' is a WorldWarOne themed VideoGame for UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance and for the Commodore UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}}. There is also a UsefulNotes/{{SNES}} game in the series called ''Wings 2: Aces High''.

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''Wings'' is a WorldWarOne themed UsefulNotes/WorldWarI-themed VideoGame for UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance and for the Commodore UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}}. There is also a UsefulNotes/{{SNES}} game in the series called ''Wings 2: Aces High''.



* DoNotDoThisCoolThing: Subverted; although the game DOES use WorldWarOne for entertainment, it is stated to be dedicated to those who died in it, and also calls attention to the foolishness of various aspects of it.

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* DoNotDoThisCoolThing: Subverted; although the game DOES use WorldWarOne UsefulNotes/WorldWarI for entertainment, it is stated to be dedicated to those who died in it, and also calls attention to the foolishness of various aspects of it.


Wings is a WorldWarOne themed VideoGame for UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance and for the Commodore UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}}. There is also a UsefulNotes/{{SNES}} game in the series called Wings 2: Aces High.

Wings is focused on the component of battles fought from the skies, and in at least the GBA version, allows you to play as an Allied OR German fighter pilot or even alternate between the two. ([[CaptainObvious Playing as different characters, of course.]])

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Wings ''Wings'' is a WorldWarOne themed VideoGame for UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance and for the Commodore UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}}. There is also a UsefulNotes/{{SNES}} game in the series called Wings ''Wings 2: Aces High.

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''Wings''
is focused on the component of battles fought from the skies, and in at least the GBA version, allows you to play as an Allied OR German fighter pilot or even alternate between the two. ([[CaptainObvious Playing as different characters, of course.]])


* ReassignedToAntarctica: After failing three missions in a row, the player gets demoted to a lowly trooper in the trenches. Even considering the high casualty rate among fighter pilots, this sounds like a death sentence and definitely is one of few bad endings.

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* ReassignedToAntarctica: After failing three missions in a row, the player gets demoted to a lowly trooper in the trenches. Even considering the high casualty rate among fighter pilots, this sounds like a death sentence and definitely is one of few bad endings.endings.
* VideoGameCrueltyPunishment: Attacking hospitals, churches or ambulances will result in mission failure and a reprimand from the squad commander. Shooting down squadmates is nor particularly awarded, either.

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* AsLongAsItSoundsForeign: In the GBA version, fake propaganda posters displayed between mission sets demonstrate a ''creative'' approach to German syntax and vocabulary.


* NationalAnthem: The GBA port plays the German national anthem if you choose to fly for the Kaiser.

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* NationalAnthem: The GBA port plays the German national anthem if you choose to fly for the Kaiser.Kaiser.
* ReassignedToAntarctica: After failing three missions in a row, the player gets demoted to a lowly trooper in the trenches. Even considering the high casualty rate among fighter pilots, this sounds like a death sentence and definitely is one of few bad endings.

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* NationalAnthem: The GBA port plays the German national anthem if you choose to fly for the Kaiser.


Wings is a WorldWarOne themed VideoGame for GameBoyAdvance and for the Commodore {{Amiga}}. There is also a {{SNES}} game in the series called Wings 2: Aces High.

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Wings is a WorldWarOne themed VideoGame for GameBoyAdvance UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance and for the Commodore {{Amiga}}. UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}}. There is also a {{SNES}} UsefulNotes/{{SNES}} game in the series called Wings 2: Aces High.

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