New Delhi: In a bid to enthuse the youth into joining the Indian Air Force, the IAF has doled out a 3D mobile game called ‘Indian Air Force: A Cut Above’, on air combat. Also Read - Boost to India's Air Power: 3 More Rafale Fighter Jets to Arrive in Ambala on November 5

The mobile game was released at the National Bal Bhawan in New Delhi on Wednesday. Also Read - Never Faced Gender Bias Throughout Career in Indian Air Force: Gunjan Saxena Tells Delhi High Court

The teaser, which was released earlier this month gave insights on the single-player game and showed several fighter jets in aerial combat, targetting different on-land structures.

The IAF also shared a link from where the mobile game can be downloaded: Visit (link:

The game features a character sporting a gunslinger moustache similar to that of Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman‘s, who was captured and later released by Pakistan after his aircraft was shot down in an aerial dogfight which broke out in the aftermath of Balakor airstrikes.

The Wing Commander has the unique distinction of being the only pilot in the world to have shot down an F-16 combat aircraft from his vintage MiG21 Bison aircraft on February 27 during an aerial conflict with Pakistan.

With ANI inputs