Old Brown Dog’s Wings Over The Reich

The ‘Wings’ concept is brought to World War Two

The cockpit of the Bf 109E-4 – one of two flyable aircraft in WOTR.

Wings Over The Reich (WOTR) is the spiritual and World War Two successor to Old Brown Dog’s (OBD’s) popular World War One simulation ‘Wings Over Flanders Fields’, which we featured in issues 116 and 117 of PC Pilot. When I learned that WOTR had been released, I was keen to find out how the ‘Wings’ design and concept would transfer to the World War Two era, so I invited OBD to take part in an exclusive interview to find out more about the product.

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