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Pin-Up Girls Invade Battlestations: Pacific

May 20, 2009

Pin-Up Girls Invade Battlestations: Pacific

Create your own WWII aeroplane nose art at

This week, to celebrate the recent release of Battlestations: Pacific on the Xbox 360 and PC, co-publishers Eidos, Inc. and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment have released a brand new pin-up girls website,, to salute the naughty but nice nose art of World War II.

The new site,, lets users create their own WWII nose art, which appeared on the sides of fighters, bombers and other war planes of the era. The site features the talents of the lovely international pin-up model Tailor James along with the stunning newcomer Irena G striking classic WWII-style pin-up poses.

The user can rewind, slow down, speed up and even zoom in and out, frame by frame, to find the perfect pin-up pose for their nose art. The user can also place the pose onto one of four WWII war planes. With the flash-based paint tool, the user can even adjust the pin-up pose, add a background image, name and more. A postcard showing the new nose art on the WWII plane can be shared and turned into a desktop background.

To check out the site for yourself, or try your hand at creating the ultimate pin-up girl image, please visit

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