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World War II: Heroes of Valor Demo is live on the App Store!
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World War II: Heroes of Valor Demo is live on the App Store!

Mar 15, 2013 Weapons of World War II News 0 comments

Hello all! Since this is a type of game that not many people have played before, we are proud to announce that the free version is finally on the App...

World War II: Heroes of Valor - iPhone Version 1.1 is now live!
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World War II: Heroes of Valor - iPhone Version 1.1 is now live!

Jan 24, 2013 Weapons of World War II News 1 comment

We have had a great amount of suggestions to make this game even better! So here is a list of what you can expect in version 1.1: New hard mission: Siege...

New Awesome Features!
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New Awesome Features!

Mar 8, 2011 Weapons of World War II Article 1 comment

Hey everyone! This game will be introducing some great new features, such as the ability to save your profile so you don't have to re enter it every time...

Weapon of the Week: Arado Ar-234
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Weapon of the Week: Arado Ar-234

Sep 14, 2010 Weapons of World War II News 0 comments

Our latest Weapon of the Week is the Arado Ar-234, which is was the first jet powered bomber in the world. I hope you find it as interesting as I did.

Weapon of the Week: Dora and Gustav Rail Guns
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Weapon of the Week: Dora and Gustav Rail Guns

Sep 5, 2010 Weapons of World War II News 2 comments

Our new weapons of the week features some mighty rail guns to behold! These things are just huge. Too bad there were such a waste of money and man power.

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jakedills
jakedills Mar 6 2013, 9:07pm says:

I say the most powerful was the pershing heavy and fast

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crazychameleon
crazychameleon Jul 24 2012, 9:40am says:

The panther as it was powerful, well armoured and the fastest of all the medium/heavy tanks in WW2. It was also with out doubt the best medium tank of the war outclassing its closest rivals the T34/85 and the later shermans. at MCh the KwK 36 was also the earliest german anti tank gun mentioned and is better against infntry and could still pierce most tanks e.g. the sherman, t34s.

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strike_07
strike_07 Sep 13 2013, 4:26pm replied:

I agree with you, if I had to choose between the t34 and panther, choose the panther, has more shielding (more than the tiger tank), a cannon 75mm high power, and mobility is good

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ParkChungHeeFan
ParkChungHeeFan Jan 21 2013, 4:16pm replied:

Late meaning, M4A3E8 and other models such as that, with the M1A2, M1A1 76mm.

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ice_trey
ice_trey Mar 12 2012, 5:18pm says:

lol calm down ppl, were all on same side here :)

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Wolf_van_Krautz
Wolf_van_Krautz Oct 14 2011, 12:43pm says:

T-34 , Pzkfw VI Tiger and Pzkfw VII Koenigstiger or King Tiger The heaviest most powerfull German tank ever built !!

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Proff3RTR
Proff3RTR Dec 7 2011, 12:58pm replied:

Right, first Konigs Tiger was not a PZfwg VII it was a PzKfw VIB you ******* idiot Krautz YOU ARE A TWAT MATE, YOU GOB OFF WITH OUT ANY KNOWLEDGE, GET A LIFE AND A GIRL YA PUFF

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MCh2207Cz
MCh2207Cz Nov 14 2011, 8:16pm replied:

You sir don't compare the technical parameters but instead you rely on pop-culturous sources.

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AwayPeskyFlies
AwayPeskyFlies Mar 14 2012, 12:38pm replied:

btw the MAUS was the heaviest german tank built, yes it was built and is in a museum

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ParkChungHeeFan
ParkChungHeeFan Nov 15 2012, 6:04am replied:

Only 1 turret was built for the Maus, nothing else.

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