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Dr.Fritz

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#1 13 years ago

How would a fictious map for the Pacific Theatre of Operations be, Alpenfestung is a fun map but a map like this could involve the Kikka, a Japanese version of the Me 262, or a Sushwi the Japanese Me 163, plus Zekes, and other craft for Kamakaze missions, again this is just an idea. 72074.jpg




emonkies

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#2 13 years ago
Dr.FritzHow would a fictious map for the Pacific Theatre of Operations be, Alpenfestung is a fun map but a map like this could involve the Kikka, a Japanese version of the Me 262, or a Sushwi the Japanese Me 163, plus Zekes, and other craft for Kamakaze missions, again this is just an idea. 72074.jpg

The Japanese copy of the Me-262 ws supposed to be the Ki-201 Karyu. It was decided that this aircraft was too complicated for the Japanese aircraft Industry.

Using the data from the Me-262 the Japanese designed a aircraft similar to the Me-262 but designed with Japanese resources and industrial technology in mind.

This other aircraft was the J8N1 Kikka. The Kikka was smaller, lighter, and was not as sturdy and did not have as powerful engines as the Me-262 but being smaller and lighter its performance was still very respectable.




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#3 13 years ago
Dr.FritzHow would a fictious map for the Pacific Theatre of Operations be, Alpenfestung is a fun map but a map like this could involve the Kikka, a Japanese version of the Me 262, or a Sushwi the Japanese Me 163, plus Zekes, and other craft for Kamakaze missions, again this is just an idea. 72074.jpg

The Japanese copy of the Me-262 ws supposed to be the Ki-201 Karyu. It was decided that this aircraft was too complicated for the Japanese aircraft Industry.

Using the data from the Me-262 the Japanese designed a aircraft similar to the Me-262 but designed with Japanese resources and industrial technology in mind.

This other aircraft was the J8N1 Kikka. The Kikka was smaller, lighter, and was not as sturdy and did not have as powerful engines as the Me-262 but being smaller and lighter its performance was still very respectable but still was outclassed by the latest Allied prop fighters.




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#4 13 years ago

Would be interesting, though not top priority. Actually i rather like Alpenfestung because we get all this never used/used later stuff. Oh, and you double posted Anlushac11. Well, the second post has half a sentence more.[color=darkorange][/color]




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#5 13 years ago

i suggested something like this about 2 yrs ago and got bashed from all sides for the idea.. but i still think it would really be great to have a japanse "alpenfestung" with loads of okhas, kikka, and jap me163 (forgot the nik)...




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#6 13 years ago

I would like to see a Operation Coronet map and give the Japanese all tehir secret weapons they had prepared.

I think the Japanese should get more equipment and faster spawn times and more aircraft than the US. The Ki-201 Karyu, Kikka, and

I would like to see a Kyushu J7W1 Shinden. The J7W2 Shinden-Kai would have been powered with a jet engine in the back. Estimated top speed was around 466mph and it was to carry 4 x 30mm cannons in the nose firing 450rpm. Thats a serious concentration of firepower. The Sinden was ordered into production and the prototype flew for 45minutes six days before the war ended. The aircraft's test pilot said it handled extremely well and had few vices. The only complaints were torque pull to the right and engine driveshaft vibration. Both problems would have been corrected by the planned jet engine Shinden-Kai variant. shundenrl_5.jpg




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#7 13 years ago

I don't know if it had any other name than this, but the Japanese had also built a prototype jet bomber called the P2Y which actually flew, just without the Jet engines. They also improved vastly upon the Komet, replacing its design with one of their own called the Type 2 Rocket Plane. It was longer, had two smaller engines, a MUCH greater fuel capacity, (enough to be powered in the air for 30 seconds I believe) and four nose mounted 20mm cannons as well as enough space for four wire guided anti-aircraft rockets (X-4?'s)




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#8 13 years ago

No more what if maps. I don't want to play what could have happened, I want to be a tanker at kursk and a riflemen on Omaha beach. Not a super secret ace stealth japanese fighter pilot.




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#9 13 years ago

well i would like to see on the early maps the gyro helicopter the japs used




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#10 13 years ago

You mean used twice?