If you find history interesting, and particularly the way it unfolded for the past century, IMP Interactive has prepared something really cool for your iPad – a documentary-style video magazine chock-full of clips, facts, figures and unique photographs.
War aficionados will be able to follow the development of submarines, witness the power of attack helicopters in the field, as well as see how “fourth generation fighters” have evolved into agile machines that carry out ten times more tasks today than they previously could.
Mathias Tonnesson, editor-in-chief, Weapons of War Videos Magazine
, said, “It will be like having an entire encyclopedia right inside your iPad or Android device.”
“The experience that we are promising with the Weapons of War magazine will be something, the likes of which you will never have witnessed up until now. From super fighters to submarines to attack helicopters, spy planes and even Hitler's Secret Weapons, you will find videos here that will get you hooked to the content.”
Tonnesson says his upcoming video magazine for tablets will cover all areas of historic and modern battles, Special Forces, war machinery, weaponry etc.
“Get ready to be a part of history with the World's first ever video magazine- Weapons of war!” he said.
Each feature-length documentary promises to bring all the power and drama of military hardware in a way you've never seen it before.
In addition to the feature-length documentary video, Weapons of War will include stunning technical drawings, rare archive photos, clear explanatory diagrams, and some cool 360 degree animations.
Those looking to get in-depth knowledge on weapons and military hardware will be able to access a pool of technical specifications with details and facts.
The series will also test your knowledge with in-depth quizzes about warfare machinery, such as the Trident Nuclear Submarine.
Facebook integration will allow you to share your fascination for military history with others.
For the time being, the magazine is waiting for its approval in the iTunes App Store. In the meantime, you can check out more details on Weapons of War at the app’s website.
The magazine will be available as a free preview download from the App Store. The full release will be available as an in-app purchase for $3.99 / €2.99.