3D Airplane flight simulator – can you fly?

3D Airplane flight simulator is for all these people who like to fly and who would like to at least try to fly a plane. Although this app is a simplified version of the modern flight simulators that we can find for PC nowadays it still packs a challenge.

It’s not that hard to find out what it is – to keep the plane flying. Basically you start with a simpler model and the goal is to fly it through certain marked places so that you can earn medals. Once you gather some medals you will be able to unlock more advanced and bigger planes but you’ll get there later in the game. The plane command is not that hard but the third dimension is what it makes it difficult and it is not that complicated to crash your plane. In addition every “level” is time-limited to around one minute so don’t expect to be able to fly your plane for hours. As to the graphics and sound they are decent but not great.

3D Airplane flight simulator is a fun game that will definitely test your skills. You can find this free Android app on Google Play here.

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