AMC Games has just revealed new details for their upcoming game Airplane Mode, including a 2.5-hour flight from JFK to Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, in addition to the 6-hour journey from JFK to Reykjavik. How do you play? Just brab a window seat, and stare in silence at the slowly passing clouds as you try to pass the time without going crazy. Read more for the new trailer and additional information.
Unlike the more technical flight simulation games, this one lets you experience how most people really fly on international trips. This means you’ll have to deal with carry-on luggage, catalogs, lots pens, and even headphones. Yes, there’s also an inflight safety video from AMC Games’ “slightly off” network sibling IFC.
- Learn to fly and practice new maneuvers with the intuitive #1 RC flight simulator that has put more RC pilots in the air safely than any other
- Features over a dozen new aircraft, additional flying sites, updated virtual flight instructor lessons and all new Spektrum InterLink DX controller
- Fly more than 40 flying sites and over 160 aircraft, including planes, drones, and helis from top brands like E-flite, Blade, HobbyZone and Hangar 9
- VR compatibility and game-like challenges make flight training fun and interactive, while multiplayer combat lets you challenge pilots worldwide
- Includes RF9 software and Spektrum InterLink DX Controller. Requires Windows 7, 8, or 10 to run. Vista not supported. System requirements listed below
Other flight simulators give you high-definition cockpits with a billion switches and dials, but Airplane Mode is the only one that offers a realistically rendered seatback trays. Six hours can be a big investment of time, so we’re happy to offer this shorter flight option for players who want to experience airplane mode on a tight schedule,” said AMC Games.