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  • Summary: Fulfill your dream of flying with aerofly FS!

    aerofly FS lets you enter the world of flying in a quality never seen before. aerofly FS sets a high value on realistic flight physics, highly detailed aircraft and terrain and smooth frame rates. At the same time, aerofly FS features an
    intuitive user interface and requires virtually no training time. Fly either with your joystick, gamepad, mouse or keyboard.

    The highly detailed aircraft and ultra realistic flight physics give you a stunning level of realism. Take your seat in the cockpit and enjoy flying over the beautiful scenery of Switzerland with its fantastic mountains. Choose the comfortable Robin DR-400 for sightseeing, use the Discus glider to climb in thermals or practice your aerobatic skills in high performance aircraft like the Extra 330. Experience the thrill of speed flying the F-18 low-level through deep valleys and over the highest peaks of the Swiss alps.
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  1. Nov 19, 2012
    Yes absolutely ... this IS a Flight Simulator and a very very good one. It's one of the very few that put the emphasis on the "Flight" in the title. No, it's not a systems simulator, or a pilot simulator, etc. You cannot twiddle knobs or switches, go through boring checklists or other mundane tasks that pilots do ... you just fly! That is what makes it great. If you want to taxi around and look at all the buildings and stuff, you will be a little disappointed. This simulator is designed to be flown. Yes ... the flaps can be adjusted on all planes that feature flaps in the real world. I thought it was a really nice touch that the wind interacts with the terrain beautifully, and can be noticed particularly when flying close to the mountains. Expand
  2. Mar 2, 2013
    The overall feeling in the air is pretty amazing. The airplanes are very nice and detailed, the scenery looks nice from high above, but if you get close it wont really look that good and the buildings are simply to spread. The mountains though is something else, they look spectacular from any distance. The problem with this game is that its to simple. You cant really call it a simulator when you cannot even stop the engine on the aircraft you are flying. Sure, the flight dynamics and all the is excellent, but still its just too basic. Overall i think its a good game for just flying around having fun, but simulator it is not. And 39€ is a bit stiff for the lack of features, but lets hope they will add some more Expand
  3. Aug 31, 2013
    Firstly, selling this a fully-fledged game is ridiculous (it's 15 euros indy project tops). Secondly, it's hardly a simulator, the flight physics isn't simulated for sht. Too few planes to fly. PROs: nice graphics, runs fast (the lighting model is static though, so no sunset flying in the mountains, always daytime), relaxing gameplay. Expand
  4. Oct 19, 2012
    Great Graphics, But this is not a simulator. its very very very very basic. you cant even adjust your flaps. you cant even start or stop your engines. not worth the $39.99. if anything this game is only cool because of the realistic terrain. Expand
  5. Apr 2, 2013
    5 hours. That's all I played. Static scenery, poor pilot options, lot's of buggy aircraft models and improbable physics made this very boring, very quickly.

    This proved the theory that paying more does not guarantee you get more. I feel cheated and tagged this company as one to avoid if the price for any subsequent releases remain as high as it was.

    In their defence, it's easy to see what they're attempting and perhaps in time they'll pull it off but right now, forget it. For those claiming this is a "real" flight simulator, perhaps you need to fly a "real" plane first.