'Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few' - Sir Winston Churchill
In the summer of 1940 the German Luftwaffe launched a series of air raids on Britain which would change the course the of the war. With the German Navy too small to control the Channel long enough for an invasion fleet to cross, the Luftwaffe were given the task of neutralising the RAF protected airspace over southern England and pave the way for the invasion of England. Defending our shores were the young pilots of the RAF, ready to save their homeland from destruction in their country's greatest hour of need.
Take to the sky in the latest simulation from the makers of Flying Corp and MiG Alley. Fly for the RAF or Luftwaffe as either a pilot or commander in a game that recreates some of the most decisive air battles of the Second World War. With over 800 miles of airspace and 5 different flyable aircraft 'Rowans Battle of Britain' brings to life the skill and courage required to battle against a seemingly invincible enemy.