Flying Tigers: Shadows Over China Left Steam Early Access, Launch Trailer

Did American pilots really fly combat for China in World War 2?
Ace Maddox has announced that Flying Tigers: Shadows Over China is now fully launched via Steam priced at $14.99/Ä14.99/£10.99. The Digital Deluxe Edition, also available today, contains the Paradise Island DLC which includes the Phi Phi Islands dogfight and multiplayer map, and two amphibious fighters: the Japanese A6M2-N "Rufe" and the US Navy SC-1 "Seahawk", plus the digital soundtrack OST featuring original music from the game.
Flying Tigers: Shadows Over China is an air-combat action game for PC based on the historical events of America's secret volunteer squadrons that flew against Japan in the China-Burma-India (CBI) Theatre of WW2. The game reawakens a diverse set of historical WW2 air-battles, including the Japanese Christmas-raids on Rangoon in 1941, the Flying Tigers' first combat over Kunming in China, the Battle of the Salween Gorge, "Hump" escort missions over the Himalayas, the Invasion of Malaya, and the Japanese conquest of Burma, to name a few.
Secretly recruited under President Rooseveltís authority in 1941, the Flying Tigers were officially known as the "American Volunteer Group". The clandestine unit was commanded by Claire Lee Chennault, a resigned US military-aviator who had been advising the Chinese Air Force since 1937.