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Task Force 06-05-09 07:16 PM

isnt tomorrow D day?:hmmm:

Oberon 06-05-09 07:30 PM


Originally Posted by Task Force (Post 1113046)
isnt tomorrow D day?:hmmm:

I'm in the UK, it is tomorrow :03:

Task Force 06-05-09 07:41 PM

I know that... (its only 8:40 pm here.) I hate being on the other side of the world.:shifty:

Snakeeyes 06-05-09 10:13 PM

Child of the '80s Top 10 flight sims
Let me take you back,

Stealth Hunter 06-07-09 06:50 AM

A screenshot of what happens when you're wounded in Rise of Flight:

HunterICX 06-07-09 09:20 AM

Pull up, Pull up!



Raptor1 06-07-09 09:33 AM

Ah, I see the laws of physics fail to apply to modern aircraft as well

Yet more proof!...

HunterICX 06-07-09 09:46 AM

landing those things is harder then I soon I touch the ground ''KKKRAAAAAAAAAACSCHH'' ok...

ow and I really need to print out the key mapping because


Task Force 06-07-09 09:49 AM

Lol... I dont think you can pull out of that hunter.:haha:

Raptor1 06-07-09 09:53 AM


Originally Posted by Task Force (Post 1113735)
Lol... I dont think you can pull out of that hunter.:haha:

Anything is possible with the liberal use of full afterburners and some high capacity bombs...

Task Force 06-07-09 09:56 AM

or a Harrier.

Raptor1 06-07-09 09:57 AM


Originally Posted by Task Force (Post 1113739)

I doubt a Harrier can dislodge itself from the ground like that without the use of high explosives...

Task Force 06-07-09 10:03 AM
Proof... it Hovers like a choppa. Or hunter could do the simple thing... and press the Helocoptor button... Then rotors shoot you of the top of his plane...

Raptor1 06-07-09 10:05 AM does...but can it hover like a choppa right out of the solid runway?

Well, I suppose with the same tweaking of the laws of physics that got it in might be able to...

Task Force 06-07-09 10:07 AM

yea... reverse the effects... hunter... get a shovel and dig yourself out...

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