The Indian Air force has released a flight simulator-type air combat game to help with their recruitment. The first phase of the game consist of a Training Mission and Two Operational Missions, with more missions expected as a download in October.
‘Guardians’ puts the player in the hot seat as an Indian Air Force Combat Pilot and takes you through one training and ten combat missions. The player learns to fly the SU 30 high performance jet and subsequently flies as a Mi 17 pilot. While the training mission teaches the player the basics of flying training, the two operational missions lay down the foundation for the story in which war clouds are hanging over India and Zaruzia, a country planning to wage war on India. The eight subsequent missions will see a full fledged air war between Zaruzia and India and will feature all operational mission profiles as flown by the IAF and feature the SU 30, M2000, Tejas, Phalcon AWACS, C17, C130, Mi 17, Mi 35 and ALH Dhruv aircraft.
The free game was released to Android last week, where it has a score of 4.6/5 and more than 10,000 downloads, and will be coming to Windows Phone tomorrow. Will any of our readers be downloading?