Panic Flight can perfectly be one of those games accurately designed to balance time wasting, easiness and fun. Its premises are so easy - tap anywhere on the screen where you want to fly to and let physics do their job- that there's a high percentage of being bound to play it over and over again till you unlock every mission available.
By the way, there are some planes awaiting to be bought, coins hovering to be picked up and a few power ups. Dodge the rough clouds, get worried about how much fuel is left and try to arrive to your destiny the faster the better. Everything wrapped up with colorful and well designed graphics and animations. If we have to seek for flaws we'll have a hard time. Maybe more game modes could be added, such as an acrobatic mode or races; and your flight assistant Eve might have more prominence, not to mention a voice.
You can purchase the PF Booster Pack to get instantly 300 in-game notes, enough to unlock nearly every plane and mission if not all them all. Meanwhile, it's free to install, easy to learn and high-flown fun. Recommended to anyone.
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by Peter , Appszoom
Apr 10, 2012