|Developer(s)||Eagle Interactive, R3M Infografica, REM 3D Models Bank|
|Publisher(s)||Strategic Simulations, Inc. (SSI)|
Luftwaffe Commander is a Microsoft Windows-based World War 2 theme combat flight simulation created by Strategic Simulations, Inc. and released in 1999 but copyrighted in 1998. It is a both single- and multiplayer simulation, and the player enters a career as a Luftwaffe pilot on 5 fronts when playing in campaign mode but first has to successfully train on a Heinkel biplane. The fronts featured in campaign mode are Spain, France, Britain, Russian Front and the Western Front. In Single Player mode each campaign mission may be flown individually and each of the 5 fronts has 10 missions. In the Air Combat mode or menu the player can choose to have a skirmish with himself, an A.I. wingman and other A.I. opponents of several dozen chosen enemy aircraft.
Note only Luftwaffe Aircraft can be used in Campaign or Single Player mode. In Multiplayer, Air Combat or Aircraft familiarization modes any of these flyable aircraft are available.
Heinkel He-51 Nationalist Air Force (Spain), Messerschmitt Bf-109D Nationalist Air Force (Spain), Messerschmitt Bf-109E Luftwaffe, Messerschmitt Bf-109F Luftwaffe, Messerschmitt Bf-109G Luftwaffe, Messerschmitt Me-262 Luftwaffe, Polikarpov I-16 Republican Air Force (Spain), Supermarine Spitfire British, Bell Aircraft Corp. P-39 USSR, North American P-51 USA.
Flyable Training Aircraft
Heinkel He-72 Luftwaffe
Derek396 ws-69 Luftwaffe
Other A.I. aircraft featured in the simulation
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Republican Air Force (Spain)
Nationalist Air Force (Spain)
Fairey Aviation Battle, Fokker DXXI, Brewster Aeronautical F2A-3, FIAT SA CR 42
Hawker Hurricane, DeHavilland Mosquito, Gloster Gladiator, Bristol Blenheim, Boulton Paul Defiant, Hawker Tempest, Bristol Beaufighter, Lockheed Hudson, Handley Page Hampden, Westland Whirlwind, Curtiss Tomahawk, Short Brothers Short Sunderland
USSR State Industries Yak-9,
- Thomas, Chet. "Luftwaffe Commander Review". Retrieved 4 June 2013.
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