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  • Summary: It’s Flight Control… But Not As You Know It! Optimized for the new iPad – go intergalactic in Retina display!Flight Control Rocket is the next evolution of Firemint's genre-defining #1 hit, Flight Control.Leave the terrestrial skies of Earth and venture into a whole new galaxy of adventure, action, and addictive path-drawing gameplay!? Simple Game, Stellar Content• The classic Flight Control experience – but with a retro Sci-Fi inspired flavor and pace all of its own• 15 spacecraft with unique abilities and characteristics• Thrilling game modes such as the fast-paced Infinity and the expansive Odyssey• A cast of quirky Robots with special powers that help boost your score? Unlimited Fun• Unlock a near endless number of stages. Push onward and venture to the farthest frontiers…• Multiple lives means one collision isn't the end of your daring ion-powered adventure. The galaxy loves a risk-taker…• Keep your fleet fully stocked with goodies from the Shop• Compete with the galaxy’s top captains on the online leaderboards• Prove your worth as a commander and claim Game Center achievements that will test your mettle… and that of your Mothership!Prepare to be amazed… your trip through the vast unknown is about to begin! Expand
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  1. Jul 1, 2012
    Much like Angry Birds Space, Flight Control Rocket is a great new version of the original game that will keep you addicted and eat up a lot of your spare time, and you'll be humming the theme tune throughout (and beyond).
  2. Mar 21, 2012
    A more than justified sequel. The gameplay doesn't change a lot, but the new features bring some freshness and renovation to the formula, and the new visuals are great. It is as addictive as ever, and a sure bet for your iPhone.
  3. Apr 2, 2012
    Flight Control Rocket may not enjoy the same astronomical success as Flight Control, as it is more a natural progression from the original rather than something completely different. What it does offer is some simple, addictive fun.
  4. Apr 27, 2012
    Good stuff, but it does leave you pining for the simplicity of the original. [June 2012, p.84]
  5. May 23, 2012
    Beneath EA's layer of crafty monetisation, however, Flight Control Rocket is a stellar effort. The generic sci-fi visuals and overly busy menus might lack the instant appeal of Flight Control's handsome '50s styling, and that game's purity is sorely missing here, but underneath all that EA sheen is a game with genuine heart.
  6. Apr 7, 2012
    Flight Control Rocket maintains the same fun of the predecessor but not the same freshness; however there are two or three new features, like the Bots for example, that could be considered interesting.
  7. Mar 19, 2012
    Minus the free-to-play shenanigans, Flight Control Rocket is easily the best entry in the series so far, as it sports a lot of fresh and fun ideas, as well as a groovy new theme that Firemint fleshes out splendidly throughout. It's also one of the best looking new iPad games.

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