Packed with a variety of single and multiplayer modes, five maps, seven different propeller-driven planes, and over twenty unique power-ups, the game feels a lot like an indie cousin of Crimson Skies. Barrel-rolls and Immelmans? They're in there too. Single player tournaments will keep you busy for a while, and blasting the AI-controlled enemies is more fun than you'd expect. But online play is the game's true focus, though finding matches will likely remain hit-or-miss until dedicated server support is added in the next few weeks.
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DogFighter was released via Steam on June 14, for $16.99.
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