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Fiat CR.42 Falco

uploaded by Shade 3 months ago


No Lag! Very low block count!

The Fiat CR.42 Falco ("Falcon", plural: Falchi) was a single-seat sesquiplane fighter that served primarily in Italy's Regia Aeronautica before and during World War II.

As requested by CarbonaraFreak

This plane was originally built as a joke for the Build a Fiat Challenge. It's very lightweight, and able to roll fast. Careful not to climb too steep or it will stall.

Special weapon designed by Drako.

Default One-Hand Controls --
Pitch: T/G
Roll: F/H
Yaw:R/Y
Accelerate/Decelerate: Z/X
Fire Cannon: Num 1/Num 3
Launch Special Weapon: Num 0

Alternative Arcade Controls --
Pitch: Up/Down
Roll: Left/Right
Yaw:A/D (Must use camera modes)
Accelerate/Decelerate: W/S (Must use camera modes)
Fire Cannon: Left Ctrl
Launch Special Weapon: Left Shift

Camera modes --
Third Person Camera Mode: 1
First Person Mode: 2

Block count: 177

Zeppelin Hunting Game with this plane available on steam!
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posted by dewasenna 3 months ago
I just watched ur vid xD
posted by BesiegeHomo 3 months ago
they dont use those planes in world war II :L the article you found is wrong about it
posted by Shade 3 months ago
they don't?
posted by Slapnuts 3 months ago
They did use it in WW2, primarily in the early years with limited use towards the end. It was essentially the best metal biplane built at the time, as well as Fiat's last biplane, surpassing the Allied counterpart (the Gloster Gladiator) and even early monoplanes in maneuverability and durability. Among others, one notable event was the battle over Malta in '40 and later raids by the Regia Aeronautica against Britain, where the Falcon was shown to easily outmaneuver Spitfires and Hurricanes. This, along with the skills of the early Italian pilots, made them formidable opponents in the air in the '39-'41 time period.

(Source: Wikipedia)

In other words, no, you're not wrong, Shade XP