WORLD WAR II AIRPLANES : ZERO FIGHTER Available on the App Store

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Attention aircraft fans! Here's your chance to see the Zero fighter brought beautifully to life on your iPhone or iPod touch screen!

Contains over 50 beautiful illustrations

iphone.pngThis application contains over 50 Zero fighter illustrations, each of which is beautifully drawn by Rikyu Watanabe, one of the world’s leading exponents of airplane illustration. Included are both color and black and white drawings from a variety of perspectives including from the side, from above, and from the front.

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Precise super-realistic illustrations

The cockpit instrumentation panel (including the control stick, meters and other indicators) is drawn to such a high degree of accuracy that you’ll feel like you’re actually sitting in the cockpit. In addition, anatomical drawings (perspective drawings) are included to give you a clear idea of the Zero fighter’s internal structure.

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The Great Book of World War II Airplanes

The Great Book of World War II AirplanesThe Great Book of World War II Airplanes is a magnificent book collecting together information on twelve of the fighter aircraft that were active participants in the Second World War and packed with full-color illustrations by Rikyu Watanabe. In a single volume, this work brings together the contents of an earlier series of books introducing each of these twelve fighters in its own individual volume, which were originally published between 1980 and 1983.
Thanks to the combination of the huge number of pages, massive binding, dynamic gatefolds, beautiful coloring accomplished using special colored inks including silver, detailed full-color illustrations, and excellent expository writing, The Great Book of World War II Airplanes has won enthusiastic support from across a broad spectrum of aircraft enthusiasts, beginning of course with fighter plane fans. In addition, this book has been highly evaluated as a historical document and has continued to enchant its readers for over a quarter of a century since its publication in 1984.

This application is produced and sold by Headway Inc. with the express permission from Zokeisha Publications Ltd., the owner of the copyright of the original book "The Great Book of World War II Airplanes".
Continuing from the Zero fighter, which is the first plane in this series, we are planning to release applications featuring a total of twelve fighter planes taken from The Great Book of World War II Airplanes including the Spitfire, P-15 Mustang, Messerschmitt Bf109, etc.

In this application, some parts of the contents of the original book have been omitted. Also, the main text is presented in English only.