EuroGamer: "In World War 1, when a flying ace had an enemy on their tail, it was perfectly acceptable practice for them to pull off a manoeuvre known as the falling leaf. They'd shut off the engine, tumble from the sky, and then restart everything when they were safely out of range of enemy gunfire. Voila. Such a crazed, desperate piece of thinking serves as a vivid reminder of why this tiny, lurid slice of aviation history was both so deadly and so fascinating. In the hands of an experienced designer, it's also an indicator of how rich the period is as the foundation for a turn-based strategy game."