Drop for Aid – an aerial game of skill goes on sale this winter on App Store

Warsaw, 30.10.2012.

DMD Enterprise announces a new IOS (tablet and mobile phone) game that will be on sale this winter. Drop for Aid is an independent, aerial game of skill that involves Allied bombers in WWII.


  • assume the role of a B24 Liberator air-crew;
  • when crossing war-torn skies will have to deal with enemy fighters, ack-ack, and more;
  • will fly missions to bomb targets, and drop supplies to forces on the ground;
  • will encounter fighter planes (authentic WWII fighters such as the Messerschmitt Bf 109, Focke-Wulf Fw 190, and others), ack-ack, barrage balloons, and many other obstacles.

The game is made up of two parts; a standard flight that has a camera top view; when the Liberator is on target the camera view changes to a bomb sight and a player will be able to accurately drop a load, or bombs.

Drop for Aid debuts this winter on App Store.

See  www.dropforaid.com or  Fan Page on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/dropforaid


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