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Thursday, March 09, 2006
Dragonfly is an overhead shooter from Blue and White featuring freedom of movement around the battlefield. The helicopter can be controlled by using the W, A, S and D keys. Shots can be fired by holding down the left mouse button. Use sparingly as your ammunition supply is limited, indicated by a blue bar on the bottom left of the screen.

You can land the helicopter at the heliport for refill or repairs. To land or take flight, just hold down the right mouse button. To shoot down airborne targets, you must have the aircraft targeted in your sights for a few seconds. Once your helicopter acquires a lock, tap the left mouse button to launch a few missiles at it.

Dust and smoke billows from the ground level when the action gets hot, camouflaging some enemies from view. It takes a while to get a hang of the controls, but don't let it discourage you from trying out the demo.

Name: Dragonfly
Developer: Blue and White
Category: Shooter
Type: Demo
Size: 7MB

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