Sequel to one of the first titles available for Apple’s “Retina” iPad, which made its official debut back in March of this year, Sky Gamblers: Storm Raiders by Atypical Games has received a notable update this week, adding two further planes now available for flight.
The first of the two new planes you can now take advantage in the game is the Messerschmitt Me 262. Coined ‘The world’s first operational jet-powered fighter aircraft’, the Messerschmitt Me 262 “Schwalbe” (or Swollow) was originally designed prior to World War II, however initial engine problems prevented the Me 262 from attaining operational status with the Luftwaffe warfare branch of the German Wehrmacht, until mid-1944.
The second of the new planes now includes in Sky Gamblers: Storm Raiders is the Macchi C.202. An italian fighter jet, this plane was often referred to as the “thunderbolt” during World War II, and was mainly operated by the Regia Aeronautica (the Italian Royal Air Force).
In addition to giving players to choice to fly either two of these new jets, Sky Gamblers: Storm Raiders 1.0.2 also brings with it enhanced language support, with the game now featuring full language support for Japanese, Chinese, Russian and Korean players. This update is also said to fix a number of annoying start-up crashes which may “[affect] some users and settings saving across [other] devices.”
Supporting iPhone, iPod, and iPad, universally, Sky Gamblers: Storm Raiders 1.0.2 is available as a FREE update to existing players, with those who don’t yet own the game able to pick-up their copy today, for $4.99.