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Blazing Angels Squardrons of World War II Cheats

by: sinisterporpoise ; edited by: Benjamin Sell ; updated: 4/17/2012 • Leave a comment

Blazing Angels is one of the few plane games available for the Wii. Unfortunately, it suffers due to the necessity of using the Wii controls. These cheats can help a player get through the game a little more easily.

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    Why Cheating on this Game May be Necessary

    800px-Curtiss P-40E Warhawk USAF   The Wii version of Blazing Angels had much promise as the first flight game for the console. It is, it should be noted, a decent game on the Playstation 3 and the Xbox 360 consoles. The Wii, however, is another matter, although this cannot entirely be blamed on Ubisoft itself. The Wii controllers were not designed with flight games in mind, and the Ubisoft development team did not have as much graphics capabilities to work with as they might have had on other consoles.

    This can make beating the game difficult. Fortunately, there are cheat codes that can help the player out. Perhaps the two most important are unlocking all the missions in the game and entering God mode. (Note: Entering God mode does not prevent you from failing missions or your plane from being destroyed by collisions with the ground. It only means that you do not suffer damage from bullets or secondary weapons.)

    Get ready to find out about more of thecheats you might need to get through the Wii version of Blazing Angels: Squadrons of World War II

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    Unlocking God Mode

    800px-Mitsubishi Zero-Yasukuni   This is the second most important cheat in the game. Sometimes it’s just hard to take the planes out and the mechanic wizard’s ability is not available. Wouldn’t it be nice to take no damage when you’re being shot at? Here’s how to do it. Pause the game during the mission. Hold down the minus button on the Wiimote and pres 1, 2, 2, 1. You are now invulnerable to damage from the enemy.

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    Unlocking all Planes, Paint Jobs and Weapons in this Flight Simulator Game

    800px-Spitfire!   Because of the grainy graphics and bad design, some missions in Blazing Angels: Squardons of World War II are nearly impossible to complete. Skipping through these missions is the ideal option for people who lack a great deal of hand-eye coordination. (The author most definitely falls into this category.) Here is how to unlock all the missions in the game. You must do this from the main menu.

    Hold down plus and minus on the Wiimote. With the other hand, hit the 1, 2, 1, 2 and 1 buttons in that order. You can now play all the missions in the game. The good news is this also unlocks all the missions and the paint jobs. Save the file if you do not want to worry about the necessary rating.

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    Tips to Improve Game Play

    800px-Hurricane IV KZ321   As odd as it may seem, there are people who do not want to cheat at video games, even though this one could be re-released with improved controls. The best tip to improve control of the plan use to switch to classic inverted and use the nunchuk instead of using the Wii mote.

    Strangely enough, Blazing Angels: Squadrons of World War II does not allow for any tricky acrobatics through the use of the nunchuck. The Wii controls should offer interesting opportunities for flight games. Gamers can only hope later releases will improve and learn how to use the controllers of the Wii to full advantage in flight simulator games.

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    Sources

    Blazing Angels Squadrons of World War II -- Screenshots

    IGN Hints and Tips

    Personal Experience



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