by: RORTOS • 39K
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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by Peter , Appszoom
Jul 31, 2013
A game, a simulator and the start of a new adventure.
An exciting flight experience - have fun controlling the airplanes of the second world war in an exciting adventure, thanks to the "RORTOS flight engine".
The "Basic Campaign" allows you to immediately jump into action and learn the basics of taking off, flying and landing.
Immerse yourself in the game's historical atmosphere by completing the individual missions and unlocking the rest.
Follow the flight briefing carefully and try to reach the specified objectives. Remember: flight problems can happen at any time.
*Basic Campaign with 3 available missions.
*Discovery Campaign with 12 missions available for purchase, includes: landings on airstrips, landings on aircraft carriers, emergency landings, breakdowns, damage and unexpected problems, escort missions, reconnaissance and rescue. Learn to follow other aircraft and avoid hits from enemy battle stations. Identify and select targets for bombardment.
*Landing competition on air strips, fields and air carriers
* Chance Vought F4U Corsair
* Grumman TBF Avenger (campaign discovery)
* Grumman F7F Tigercat (campaign discovery)