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Posted on May 18, 2007 in Games PR

PR: Single-player Demo Now Available for Attack on Pearl Harbor

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Single-player Demo Now Available for Attack on Pearl Harbor

It’s time for gamers to take to the skies, as CDV Software Entertainment USA and Legendo Entertainment have released a new single-player demo for their upcoming WWII aerial combat title – Attack on Pearl Harbor. The 150 MB demo contains four playable missions. For the two American missions, the player is first challenged to fly as a P-40 fighter trying to defend against the overwhelming Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. The player then pilots a U.S. Navy TBM Avenger on a torpedo bombing run, looking to cripple portions of the Imperial Japanese Navy afloat near Wake Island. The first Japanese mission will launch gamers on bombing runs with the ferocious D3A1 "Val" dive-bomber, while the second will throw them into fast and furious air-to-air action in the nimble A6M1 "Zero" fighter.


The demo contains a total of four missions (out of the more than 50 included in the full game) across two expansive maps to give players a taste of the white-knuckle arcade combat action in the Pacific Theater that is the focus of Attack on Pearl Harbor. The demo is available at the mirrors below, and more information about the game can be found at and  Attack on Pearl Harbor will ship to North American retail in early July 2007.

The demo is also available at the following mirrors –




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