Rise of Flight 1026

Rise of Flight is a state-of-the-art PC flight simulation game.

  • Last Updated: Aug 17, 2012
  • License: Demo / Free
  • OS: Windows 7, Vista, XP
  • Publisher: neoqb

Description of Rise of Flight 1026

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Rise of Flight is a state-of-the-art PC flight simulation title that sets a new standard in fidelity, beauty and realism. You can fly any one of several famous World War I fighter planes such as the Spad 13.C1, Fokker D. VII, Albatros D. Va and the Nieuport 28.C1 into aerial combat.

As a new fighter pilot you can fly several helpful Training Missions and once graduated, you can fly several Single-Player combat missions against a computer opponent. If you feel you have mastered the art of aerial combat you can embark on a Pilot Career and fly a historically accurate Campaign for the French, British, German or American air forces. You will be tasked with destroying enemy fighters, bombers and balloons, escorting your own bombers or attacking ground targets such as trains, trucks, tanks and artillery. As you complete your missions successfully you will be promoted and awarded commendations by your military high-command. You can rise through the ranks from a green Lieutenant all the way to full Colonel.

Rise of Flight features an advanced flight model that simulates the unique handling characteristics of WWI aircraft. Spins, stalls, loops, takeoffs and landings are all accurately modeled. The complex physics model simulates natural forces such as lift, g-force, inertia and torque, which allows for an amazing level of fidelity and interaction of objects within the game environment. The detailed and progressive damage model tracks the trajectory of every bullet and shell fragment, leaving no room for error. Stay in the line of fire too long and you’ll lose a wing or a tail, land too hard and the wooden spine of your plane will crack.
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