Fighter Squadron: The Screamin' Demons Over Europe recruits beta testers Caroline Poon Corporate Communications Activision, Inc. (310) 255-2226 email@example.com
We Want You!
ACTIVISION IS RECRUITING COURAGEOUS BETA TEST PILOTS FOR FIGHTER SQUADRON: THE SCREAMIN' DEMONS OVER EUROPE
Online Applications Will Be Accepted Starting Monday, August 24th at 1700 Hours (5:00PM PST)
Activision, Inc. is enlisting the bravest and most dedicated pilots to form an elite tactical group which will test its upcoming flight simulation game, Fighter Squadron: The Screamin' Demons Over Europe. Beginning on Monday, August 24, 1998 at 1700 hours (5:00PM PST), fearless pilots interested in beta testing should apply at Fighter Squadron's World Wide Web site (http://www.activision.com/games/demons/). Candidates who are willing to engage in the brutal combat of World War II should register promptly as there are a limited number of seats available. Registration closes August 31, 1998. Qualified applicants will be chosen randomly and will receive their mission briefings by September 11, 1998.
Once deployed, beta test pilots will debrief Activision on Fighter Squadron's system compatibilities, aircraft physics and mission designs. Testers will work closely with Activision's selective external test group, the Visioneers, throughout the entire testing campaign. All participating pilots will have their name included in the game's credits and will receive a final copy of the game.
The minimum system requirements needed to participate in this beta testing is a P200 with 32 MB RAM, Windows 95, a 3D accelerator card and a joystick.
Set in the fiercest airwar scenarios of World War II, Activision's Fighter Squadron: The Screamin' Demons Over Europe brings the white-knuckle warfare of up-close aerial combat to unmatched levels of realism, excitement and graphical excellence. Developed by Eric "Hellcats" Parker, Fighter Squadron features stunning graphical detail, richly detailed environments, multiple gameplay options and one of the most sophisticated physics models ever developed for a combat flight simulation.
Players strap into the cockpit of one of 10 different fighters and bombers from the American, English or German air forces as they dogfight, strafe and bomb over the English Channel, German Rhineland and North Africa. Phenomenally detailed aircraft and terrain emulate the experience of the actual WWII airwar to the greatest degree ever featured in a combat simulation.
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