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Friday, October 19, 2007
Custer Flys Again
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IMG's resident artist, Brad Custer, has made his update, providing a new desktop for fans of Flyboys Squadron. The World War I flight simulator from iEntertainment Network features the thrills of danger of the movie come to life in cinematic new missions.

Here's an excerpt from his update:

With the release this month of Flyboys Squadron from iEntertainment Network for the Mac, my inbox has been a popular destination for all you amateur pilots. Air combat simulators are a popular type of game and this is made apparent by your requests so off into the wild blue yonder we go. I was able to create this week's wallpaper with the help of iEntertainment Network. I simply entitled this selection, "Flyboy", and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did making it. :)

Check out Flyboys now in your preferred desktop size at Custer's Desktops.

Custer's Desktops

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