We are glad to announce that the complete encyclopedia of combat planes featured by Birds of Steel videogame is ready to be published right here, in the GAME section.
And today on November 30th we are revealing the first portion of it which describes aircrafts of
December 7th. It's been a week since our last update of this section, so it is definitely a good time to tell you more about Birds of Steel and show you mighty war birds from
December 14th. Another week has passed, that means we are ready to uncover a new section which presents RAF planes available in Birds of Steel. Find them by the link below
December 21st. Christmas is coming and so does another update in Birds of Steel aircraft encyclopedia. Meet, the few, the proud, World War II period Air Forces of
December 28th. New Year is coming! Together with our congratuilations, please, take this new chapter of our Birds of Steel aircraft encyclopedia devoted to combat planes of
January 4th. These mighty and advanced machines were used to fight against a half of the world. Birds of Steel features two dozens of them — combat planes of
January 11th. And finally the last nation will be added to complete the encyclopedia of combat planes featured in Birds of Steel.
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