Wings Advance

Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by Alexander, Feb 11, 2003.

  1. Alexander

    Alexander Former Admin

    Former Staff
    Oct 23, 2002
    News directly from Raylight:

    "Wings Advance is available in the the US.

    Wings Advance, that has been entirely developed in house, is another confirmation that Raylight is able to create good games for the GameBoy Advance.
    The next game will be the award winner Wing Commander Prophecy that will be available together with the release of the GBA SP in march.

    Raylight is always looking for new publishers and developing opportunities for the GBA, GameCube and now also for the newcoming Nokia N-Gage.

    Thanks for your time and attenction
    Raylight Studios S.r.l."

    Finally we'll be able to judge one of the italian sofware house most awaited title.

    [​IMG] [​IMG]
  2. Mar

    Mar GBAtemp Fan

    Oct 25, 2002
    Whoa! looks cool! [​IMG]

    But if it's out in the US is it released online yet?
  3. Squiffy

    Squiffy GBATemp's Little Embarrassment

    Oct 30, 2002
    Northern Ireland
    Hmmmm.... maybe they are lying about it being out but I'll keep checking anyway...
    Can't miss out on a game like that! [​IMG]
  4. romeolovesyou

    romeolovesyou Newbie

    Reviews for Wings have been poor so far
  5. Alexander

    Alexander Former Admin

    Former Staff
    Oct 23, 2002
    IGN 7.5 out of 10
    Game Zone 8 out of 10
    Gamers Pulse 45 out of 50

    not so poor IMHO
  6. sheld0n

    sheld0n GBAtemp Regular

    Dec 6, 2002
    Montreal, Quebec
    is this game 3D or is that an intro??
  7. moe99

    moe99 Newbie

    If you want to see it for real, get the original.

    It came originally form the Amiga, so get the Amiga emulator
    'WinUAE' (other ports for
    e.g. Linux are also available) and get the game 'Wings' from
    one of the many sites on the Internet ( can't help here)
    search for 'wings.adf' or 'wings amiga' ...

    For the Emu you need also the kickrom, for which you have to search,

    But its not so hard to find it and there are many hot games for that
    System, and you get the most of them at the Back to the Roots Site
    totally legal (but there you can't find Wings)!

    Have fun with one of the best computers in history.
  8. centrlink

    centrlink Newbie

    hear hear [​IMG]

    Wings was one of the few Amiga games I actually bought - a classic in my view. Cinemaware did some great things with the Amiga with games like "It Came from the Desert" parts 1 & 2 - I also loved TV Sports Basketball which was the best bball sim before EA arrived with Lakers vs Celtics (and its endless iterations) on the good old Megadrive.

    ahh the memories [​IMG]

    but this version looks good - to answer the question above, I recall the game involved 3d dogfighting (the best part) with some isometric strafing style missions.
  9. Daimos

    Daimos Advanced Member

    Nov 6, 2002
    If anyone wants this game legally, just go to and check the Vault.
  10. wayne

    wayne Newbie

    i hope the game is as good as the amiga version and added extras not a straight port, i played with this game for days, cant remember if i ever finnished it though [​IMG]