Chuck Yeager's Advanced Flight Simulator
The aircraft simulation video game, Chuck Yeager's Advanced Flight Simulator is a flight training game of the year 1987. The computer video game was made by Electronic Arts. It has lot to offer to its lover. In the technical game, the player gets the opportunity to test pilot several planes. In addition, the player also gets the chance to test pilot Bell X-1, the plane which was piloted by Yeager in order to become the first person to surpass Mach 1. The vehicle simulation game features aviation and is played form the 1st person perspective.
The aircraft in the game
The game consists of 11 aircraft which are real along with 3 aircraft which are experimental and are structured by the developers. The experimental aircraft is named after the people who designed them.
What is in the game?
In the video game Chuck Yeager's Advanced Flight Simulator, the player is given the task to test pilot 14 planes. Some of the planes, which the player tests are real, whereas, some planes are fictional. The game possesses 19 distinct points of view from outside and inside of the plane. Along with this, the player can have a zoomed view of up to 256 times. Each plane possesses distinct aerodynamics.
The player can perform different actions or stunt with those planes given in the game. The player can either start a race in opposition with the computer or else, he can practice stunts and formations. The player can test the development and testing program throughout the evolution of the aircraft.
The game features superb commentary of Yeager. Especially, when the player crashes an airplane, he comments “you really fastened the line on that one”. The commentary makes the gameplay fun and interesting.
Merged with Blue Sky Productions in 1992 to form Looking Glass Technologies.
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