I'll have 12 fighters and 12 bombers per side so it should be enough for two parallel games. I roughed-out a campaign system over the summer, so look out for a future game.
The planes themselves are 1/200 scale resin, so a couple of inches square and do look rather nice.
First the famous zero fighter, mainstay of Japanese naval aviation throughout the whole Pacific war.
|1/200 zero fighters. blood red skies
Second the F4F Wildcat, the main US naval fighter until replaced later by the F6F Hellcat
|1/200 F4F Wildcat, blood red skies
The game uses a three-position base (forward, upright, and backward) to show the advantage status of the planes as an abstraction of height. I felt this did nt look very attractive so went to the additional effort of magnetising the planes so they can be inclined while the stand remains upright.