Flight-combat games are pretty lacking in the freeware realm so games like Aero Style are pretty refreshing for the stagnant genre. As such, I give Aero Style it's decidedly positive score just for being a decent flying game with decent graphics and decent gameplay. Nothing here will make you say wow, but Aero Style is still a very fun game, albeit a very simple fun game.
You control your aircraft by sliding the mouse back and forth, using the left button to fire and the right button to perform barrel-rolls or to go over-and-behind your opponents. Enemies come to you in waves -small at first and then, gradually, bigger and bigger-, after clearing a few waves you beat the stage and move on to the next one. There are 3 difficulties with 5 unique stages each and plenty of different enemy types so for a game of its size Aero Style packs a considerable amount of game. Recommended for someone looking for 10 minutes of fun that you can keep coming back to.
AeroStyle is an excellent freeform aerial combat shooter that sports a very intuitive mouse-driven interface, crisp SVGA graphics, and fun gameplay. Your goal in the game is simply to pilot a biplane similar to Sopwith and kill everything in the sky that moves, ranging from balloons, to gliders and other planes. Your plane moves in a straight line, and you can change its direction simply by moving your mouse around. Then, just left-click to shoot and right-click to perform a nice "roll" maneuver (looks like a corkscrew to me, but I would be hard pressed to come up with a technically correct term for that). The controls take some getting used to, but once you do, it will feel like so much like a second nature that you would wonder why no other plane-combat game uses this method. Best of all, the game plays in a Window, which makes it ideal for a round of quick aerial combat during coffee breaks.
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