The Indian Air Force on Friday launched the multiplayer version of its interactive mobile game which lets users experience the thrill of flying a combat aircraft.
The multiplayer version of the game named “Indian Air Force – A Cut Above” was launched by Vice Chief of Air Staff Air Marshal Harjit Singh Arora here.
The then chief of air staff, BS Dhanoa, had launched the single-player version of the game on May 31.
The game, available for Android and iOS, is a combat simulator that lets the players choose from an array of fighter aircraft, including Tejas, Rafale Mirage-2000, Su-30 among others.
The multiplayer version has two modes – team battles, where players team up, and deathmatch, a free for all where the last man standing is the winner.
The game allows IAF aspirants to experience first hand the roles of an air warrior, as well as a means to apply and appear for recruitment from the comfort of a mobile phone.
Game Download Link: Indian Air Force – A Cut Above
Source: Business Standard