Secret Weapons Over Normandy

Secret Weapons Over Normandy

  • Publisher
  • Developer
    Totally Games
  • Release date
    18 Nov 2003

Secret Weapons Over Normandy or SWON is a World War II-based arcade flight simulation video game released on November 18, 2003. Published by LucasArts and developed by Totally Games, the game is composed of 15 objective-based missions set in 1940s European, North African, and the Pacific theatres of war. The story was written by Derek Chester, who is also famous for his work in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine as well as work on Star Trek videogames. The music was composed by Michael Giacchino.

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AGM score 75%
GameSpot 6.9
Metacritic 77
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About Secret Weapons Over Normandy

Secret Weapons Over Normandy is released by LucasArts in 18 Nov 2003. The game is designed by Totally Games. Secret Weapons Over Normandy is a typical representative of the Simulator genre. Playing Secret Weapons Over Normandy is a pleasure. It does not matter whether it is the first or a millionth hour in Simulator, there will always be room for something new and interesting. Thrilling levels and gameplay Secret Weapons Over Normandy will not leave anyone indifferent. The complexity of gameplay increases with each new level and does not let any player get bored.

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Secret Weapons over Normandy

Date: 2021-02-02 06:43:07
Do you have nerves of steel and an iron stamina? Only then should you venture into the dramatic action flight simulation from Totally Games.

Winston Churchill demanded blood, sweat and tears in his famous speech from the English people during World War II. Totally Games also relies on this motto: The flight simulation Secret Weapons over Normandy is heavy as hell and rarely lets you save. But the effort is worth it, because there have rarely been more exciting PC aerial battles to endure.

In secret mission

The Secret Weapons over Normandy campaign consists of 15 missions that you undertake as a member of a secret elite squadron on the Allied side between 1941 and 1944. Your way leads you from Dunkirk via England, Africa, the Pacific, Denmark, Norway to the beaches of Normandy. Each mission is divided into up to four sub-missions, which in turn consist of several sub-goals. So you first have to defend the US aircraft carrier Yorktown against hordes of fighters in the Pacific. Then you temporarily (automatically) jump behind an anti-aircraft gun in order to then destroy a well-guarded aircraft carrier on the plane. And all of this without being able to save even once. There are only checkpoints to which you will be reset as soon as your plane blesses the time. But these intermediate scores disappear as soon as you exit the program.

Only when each partial mission has been successfully completed can you save your progress and receive upgrade points. You can exchange them for better armor, more powerful engines or higher ammunition stocks. Sometimes you also get access to new planes.

Diligence pays off

In addition to the main missions, special missions await you, which you can ignore if you wish. But then you miss out on further upgrade points and some special aircraft, such as the XF5U-1 (nickname »Flying Pancake«), which was never actually built. But even without bonuses, the hangar is well filled with 26 machines. Including the Me-109, Me-110, Hurricane, Spitfire, P-38, IL-2 Sturmovik and Moskito. All fliers differ in armor, speed, and maneuverability. Unlike in real life, you can load any ammunition (machine guns, bombs, torpedoes, rockets).

Goodbye cockpit

As with Freelancer, you can see your aircraft from behind, all important displays such as damage, selected weapon or position of the enemy are shown. At the push of a button, you can center your view of the selected opponent; a red marker shows when the enemy is in range and where to fire machine guns and missiles.

Particularly practical: You can slow down the time and aim in peace. In most missions, you can fly back to base at any time to repair and reload. You can land by hand or use the automatic. (MIC)

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