kamikaze! (japan)

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Re: kamikaze! (japan)

Post by Hyacintho » Sat Jan 12, 2019 3:14 pm

Alright, so essentially it's a special ability that, once researched by Japan, will allow players to crash their planes into enemy targets on order to deal massive damage. I reckon I figure out the JSON, and I'll implement a plane using the image below.
Also, is that plane based on a Mistubishi A6M2 Sen Baku? I ask so I can look up its characteristics.
It certainly looks like a Mitsubishi.
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Re: kamikaze! (japan)

Post by Ayush Tiwari » Sun Jan 13, 2019 5:38 am

Hyacintho wrote:
Sat Jan 12, 2019 3:14 pm
Alright, so essentially it's a special ability that, once researched by Japan, will allow players to crash their planes into enemy targets on order to deal massive damage. I reckon I figure out the JSON, and I'll implement a plane using the image below.
Also, is that plane based on a Mistubishi A6M2 Sen Baku? I ask so I can look up its characteristics.
It certainly looks like a Mitsubishi.
I was making something else,but it actually looks pretty similar,tho without a waste tank...
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Re: kamikaze! (japan)

Post by Hyacintho » Mon Jan 14, 2019 2:07 am

Well, then, what plane did you use for inspiration?

Also, I don't imagine I'll be able to JSON this entirely for a little while, but I'll get the plane itself implemented in the next few days, with the special ability followed later.
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