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This is the story of people who fought in the World War II: brave pilots who soared through the vast skies, and the smart engineers who helped them by managing their planes. In Until the Last Plane, you've been assigned to the management of a WWII airfield. Spend your military goods wisely, recruit pilots, and create the right parts for your planes. When you're ready, send a squadron out to accomplish your next mission!

  • 3 playable nations: USA, USSR and Germany
  • 3 different campaigns for each nation
  • 6 planes for each nation
  • fuel and ammunition management
  • spare parts crafting system
  • decision-making events
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Hi everybody,

I released a new free update for Until the Last Plane. You can find the changelog here, but down below I write the summary:

The main new feature is the autocombat mode. Now you can play each mission automatically, watching your pilots doing all the work.

auto combat

Addes a new switch in the squadron menu to refill the planes.

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New bundle launched. With my friends I arranged a bundle with 4 wargames.

bundle conver

...And finally there is the new macOS build.

Until the Last Plane

Until the Last Plane

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The WW2 Airfield Management game. Recruit pilots, manage yout airfield and strike enemies back!

Until the Last Plane - New update "Rearmed"

Until the Last Plane - New update "Rearmed"

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Until the Last Plane gets a new major update with improvements on repair management.

Until the Last Plane - dev's diary 7

Until the Last Plane - dev's diary 7

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7th page of the development diary of Until the Last Plane.

Until the Last Plane at Steam Festival

Until the Last Plane at Steam Festival

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The demo of Until the Last Plane is available for download during the Steam Autumn Festival.

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GEN.ZOOL
GEN.ZOOL

Looks like it might be fun, but the problem is it's not going to available to players like me.

If you release it as Stand Alone, then I'll happily take a look at it.

Not everyone uses Steam.

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