by Peter Warrior, Appszoom
We undertook the idea of reviewing this Simulator series quite excited, and perhaps our hopes were too high. Flight simulators have always been a popular genre on PC (rather than consoles) but didn't land at all on mobile devices till the advent of Unity graphic engine. However, flight simulators have also always been one of the most complex genres for developers, both for the difficulty of physics and graphics involved and for the harshness and rigor of simulator players.
This boing is driven as if it were a school bus, you can only speed up or down and steer left or righwards. You can do so at your whim, because this game lives in a pocket dimension where laws of physics don't apply, so if you want to flip a Boeing over, this is your game. Expect to crash soon, because your monstrous plane can even explode while starting on the runway, and you can land doesn't matter whether you were horizontal or, whatever. Graphics are poor and some user interface issues make hard to tap on you have to. If at least you received a "no survivors" message you could think that you are playing a simulator game.
We recognize that developing a good flight simulator is a hard challenge only a few developers dare to take, but the result here is far from what we'd like.
Tags: flight simulator boeing 737 , boeing mission 2 , boing simulator , flight simulator boeing mission 2 , flight simulator unity , boeing simulator
by Peter , Appszoom
Apr 26, 2013
from 64 reviews