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Gotha G.III heavy bomber

06 Jun
Gotha G.III heavy bomber

The Gotha G-3 was a heavy biplane bomber developed by the Imperial German Airforce during the latter half of the First World War. Fairly fast, G-3 bombers were used to great effect on both Eastern and Western fronts of the war.

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DOWNLOADS

DOWNLOADABLE VERSIONS SUPPORTED FILE FORMATS
.BH3 (Rise of Nations) .dae (Spring3d, Unity, Pyrogenesis) .fbx (Unity) .s3o (Spring3d)
V 1.0

Poly count: 345 faces, 690 polys.

Core model:

Animations: Uses generic bomber aircraft animations in RoN.

Core model: (pending) Animations: (pending) Core model: (pending) Animations: (pending) Core model: (n/a) Animations: (pending)

TEXTURES

VERSION SUPPORTED CORE DOWNLOAD FORMATS TEXTURE FORMATS
.tga .png .dds
Rust brown, with Totenkopf insignia.
gotha
Texture credits: Beelim Solutions Ltd/Bhd
V 1.0.b for Rise of Nations BH3-based:

BH3-based:

  • n/a
BH3-based: (pending) Non-BH3 based: (pending)

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Posted by on June 6, 2015 in Historical, Industrial

 

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