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World War II aircraft
Nickname Super Fortress
Type Heavy Bomber
Country of origin United States
Manufacturer Boeing
Crew Ten crew
Dimensions Wing span 141' 3"
Length 99'
Height 27' 9"
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The B-29 in World War II[edit]


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Aces High II aircraft
Nickname Super Fortress
Type Heavy Bomber
Country of origin United States
Aces High II loadout options
Package 1 1 X 20MM M2 125 rpg
12 X 50 Cal M2 500 rpg
Package 2 1 X 20MM M2 125 rpg
12 X 50 Cal M2 1000 rpg
Options 4 X 4000 lb HC bombs or
8 X 2000 lb GP bombs or
12 X 1000 lb GP bombs or
40 X 500 lb GP bombs or
20 X 500 lb GP bombs or
56 X 250 lb GP bombs or
80 X 100 lb GP bombs
Aces High II Main Arenas
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The B-29 in Aces High II[edit]

Engine Power[edit]

Aces High II Performance Charts[edit]

In Game Test Data
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B-29 speed chart B-29 climb chart



First and foremost, before you take this plane out in the Main Arena, do some practice flights in the Offline Practice arena. It is essential that you spend the time in the Practice Arena to master the plane before you go to the Main Arena. The Superfortress is big and heavy, and takes some practice to keep from crashing.

Do not do hard turns. Give yourself plenty of room to maneuver.

Practice your take offs offline. A lot of pilots lose their B-29s, and their perk points, on takeoff. Use the longest runway, and use WEP to get more power to get the beast of the ground. Remember, you seldom have to take 100% fuel, and you can save a lot of weight by taking less.

Fighting in the B-29[edit]

Fighting in it? Easy, you've got literally thousands of rounds for each gun and can hold down the trigger and spray as much as you like, and still have ammo for the next guy.

You have a variety of very large bomb loads. Plan your mission in advance. Give yourself plenty of time to climb to altitude and line up on your target.

Fighting against the B-29[edit]

Fighting against it? Good luck, make high speed passes with cannon rides from far above them. They're very tough and very well armed. Do not ever for the love of all that is good and right in this world line up on it's dead 6, or anywhere near it. You'll get shot down from 1k out. 3x 20mm's on you will destroy you with no trouble, and the other .50 cals will also tear you to shreds.

Head on attacks work best seeing that the nose is pure glass. Shooting at the wing roots and near the front of the plane also works well. Don't try to shoot in the wings though, the engines are hard to set aflame and the fuel tanks don't get lit up easily either. Some players have the best luck aiming for the wingtips, and hitting outboard of the outer engines.

Thanks to Skorpx1, Earl1937, and others in the BBS for information used in this section.

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