“Squadron: Sky Guardians” has been designed in three stages at different time periods (1942, 1981, and 2016, respectively) in the combat flight simulator genre. In 1942, following the invasion of the Allied Forces to Iran during the World War II, USSR and Britain entered the northern and southern borders of Iran, respectively, and advanced into the country. The pilot’s duty is to defend the borders, protect the domestic facilities and support friendly forces. In the second stage (the Iran-Iraq War), the invasion of Iraq to Iran in 1984 leads to a number of flight missions to oppose the enemy forces from advancing into the southern and southwestern borders of country. In 2016, in the final stage, a number of terrorist acts take place in religious cities of Karbala and Samarra by ISIS and the mission is to fly border patrols and identification, defend the country, and to cover the Iraqi forces.

  • Game features


  • Combat flight simulator through an arcade controller
  • An intriguing story at three historical periods (1942, 1981, and 2016)
  • More than 10 minutes of documentary narration of historical events
  • 25 minutes of exclusive music
  • 10 specific missions
  • Attractive graphics and simulation of distinct locations
  • Control of classic propeller-driven aircrafts (F-04 and F-14) in World War II
  • More than 2 hours of gameplay


  • System requirements
  • OS: Windows 7/8/10
  • Processor: 2.8 GHz (dual Core) processor or higher
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 730, ATI Radeon 6650 or equivalent card with at least 512 MB VRAM
  • RAM : 2GB(3GB Windows 8 & 10)
  • Storage: 1.5 GB available space
  • The latest version of DirectX 9.0c
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“Squadron: Sky Guardians” has been designed in three stages at different time periods (1942, 1981, and 2016, respectively) in the combat flight simulator genre. In 1942, following the invasion of the Allied Forces to Iran during the World War II, USSR and Britain entered the northern and southern borders of Iran, respectively, and advanced into the country. The pilot’s duty is to defend the borders, protect the domestic facilities and support friendly forces. In the second stage (the Iran-Iraq War), the invasion of Iraq to Iran in 1984 leads to a number of flight missions to oppose the enemy forces from advancing into the southern and southwestern borders of country. In 2016, in the final stage, a number of terrorist acts take place in religious cities of Karbala and Samarra by ISIS and the mission is to fly border patrols and identification, defend the country, and to cover the Iraqi forces.


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