This is the stereoscopic 3D edition of Mini-Dogfight. It supports both stereo 3D and normal 3D views. Stereo 3D scenes are viewed by anaglyph glasses (e.g., red-green, red-blue, red-cyan, green-magenta glasses). A stereo 3D control panel is provided for players to switch between stereo 3D and normal 3D views, as well choose anaglyph glasses and adjust stereo effect strength. For more information about stereo 3D and anaglyph glasses, see user help inside stereo 3D control panel or the end of the following introduction.
Mini-Dogfight is an Air Combat simulation game featuring famous World War II fighters, very smooth real-time 3D animation, sophisticated cameras and breathtaking Air Combat. The game objective is to shoot enemies down with your cannon, and also survive yourself from enemies' fire. The mission score is evaluated by factors including number of enemy fighters shot down, damage status of enemy fighters, damage status of your fighter, and time spent.
* The Most famous World War II Fighters
* Vivid Real-time 3D Rendering & Sophisticated Camera Views
* Breathtaking Air Combat
* Realistic Aerodynamics and air combat Simulation
* Live video recording and replay
More info about Stereoscopic 3D and Anaglyph Glasses
About stereoscopic 3D view by anaglyph images
Anaglyph images are images with stereo 3D effects, viewed with anaglyph glasses (lenses that are in different colors). Such an image is made by superimposing two separate images, one for each eye and with geometric offset to each other, to produce a stereo 3D effect.
Where to get anaglyph glasses?
By searching the keyword "anaglyph 3D glasses" from the Internet, you will find quite a few manufactures and retailers who sell such glasses. Some of them offer free pairs of anaglyph glasses as samples; all you need to do is to send them a self-addressed stamped envelope.
Choose correct glasses type
Glasses type names correspond to lens colors (left - right) of the glasses. Please choose the one that matches your actual glasses' lens colors. Note that this application uses patent-free color encodings, so that expected stereoscopic effects may not be fully achieved by patented anaglyph glasses.
Vision health in wearing anaglyph glasses
Prolonged viewing of anaglyph images may cause strain, dizziness, or visual color incorrectness for the eyes and therefore is not recommended, particularly for children. It is recommended that you switch back to normal 3D view to have your eyes relaxed after wearing anaglyph glasses for a while.