F18 Carrier Landing

F18 Carrier Landing

100,000 - 500,000 downloads

Pros
  • Realistic and fun at the same time
  • Free
Cons
  • Missions need more variety
  • It feels somehow "empty"
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Expert's Review
7.4
Great

"Wheels. Mind the wheels."

Reviewed by / Jul 31, 2013

A 3D flight simulator

Rortos released a series of games based on "how to land with a fighter-bomber in three easy steps" and, even though they aren't as fun as its combat flight simulator, it's equally enjoyable.

Your goal will be to take off, reach a given point and land. Don't panic and no one gets hurt. As it's a simulator, it's quite tricky at first, but fortunately crashing animations are explosive, literally (oh, that was the worst pun ever!)

Graphics aren't extremely detailed, but aren't glitchy at all and don't ask for latest generation devices, which is appreciated.

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Developer's original description available here
Flight simulator for mobile phones - Version 5.8: the most advanced flight system ever.
Landing on an air carrier is one of the toughest tasks that a fighter pilot has to undertake. The flight deck is only 150 meters long, just enough to stop your F/A-18 Hornet. Become a Top Gun pilot and have fun doing stunts and the toughest maneuvers.
The F/A-18 SuperHornet is available as of today with a 3D virtual cockpit and mega-detailed graphics, too.
You can control all the mobile surfaces, landing gears, flaps, slats, spoilers and you will also have the opportunity to review your actions through a fantastic multi-camera REPLAY and then instantly share the best images.
Get trophies and your best scores on Game Center.
For a global competition.
Happy landing!

Includes:
*Virtual 3D cockpit
*In flight refuel.
* Multi-Camera Replay with dynamic pan.
* Two complete scenarios.
* Game campaign with 12 missions, land base and photo-reconaissance at low altitude.
* Landing on air carriers and land bases completely customized for weather and time conditions.
*Flight school.
*Free flight mode.
*Dynamic-pan control system.
*I.F.L.O.L.S. approach system.
*Radio communications.
*Simulator mode, for even more realistic controls.
*Remote control: you can connect two devices and use remote control with all instruments.

Aircrafts:
* McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Super Hornet
* Grumman F-14 Super Tomcat
* Grumman C-2 Greyhound
* Grumman A-6 Intruder
* McDonnell Douglas F4E Phantom II

* McDonnell Douglas AV-8B Harrier II [available for purchase]
* Lockheed Martin F35B Lightning II [available for purchase]
* Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-29K Fulcrum [available for purchase]

Recently changed in this version

MiG29K Fulcrum
Bug fixes
Flight engine improved


Comments and ratings for F18 Carrier Landing
  • (70)

    by Rajbinder Boyal on 09/04/2014

    The planes and camera views r BRILL but please add some more maps! Otherwise FIVE STARS!!!

  • (70)

    by Doc Jazzman on 08/04/2014

    Rectangles are pretty messed up. The app puts rectangles in the middle of land masses. Rectangle courses should be made to be physically flyable and allow for enough time between rectangles, or a penalty for missing one other than ending the run. Recta

  • (70)

    by Patrick Fields on 07/04/2014

    Planes like the A-7, s-3, e-2, legacy Hornets, etc?

  • (70)

    by Aniruddha Roy on 06/04/2014

    Great game I have never seen in this game I can refuel in air

  • (70)

    by Carter Sim on 06/04/2014

    Great app simulator for beginning phone pilots. Definitely worth the 3 bucks for the full version. Details are amazing for a handheld device. Good job Rortos, keep it up! I'd recommend this app for pretty much anyone who likes games to pass time.

  • (70)

    by Endri Mborja on 04/04/2014

    Game is really good but I am hoping for some new planes and locations as well as some missions. But game is pretty good.

  • (70)

    by Chris Wells on 04/04/2014

    Love it!