F18 Carrier Landing 7.3

An authentic recreation of a military aircraft landing.
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Play as a pilot returning to the airstrip and trying to land an F18 Hornet. Use complex authentic controls to maintain the altitude, angle, and direction of your aircraft to successfully land on the selected runway space. Fully manage the movement and speed of the plane.

F18 Carrier Landing is the most advanced mobile aircraft landing system.
Landing on a flight deck is one of the most difficult things a navy pilot will ever do. The flight deck only has about 500 feet (about 150 meters) of runway space for landing planes, which isn't nearly enough for the heavy, high-speed jets F/A-18 Hornet. Like a Top-Gun pilot enjoy afterburner, tonneau, loop. You will be the pilot of F/A-18 Hornet, F-14 Tomcat, C-2A Greyhound and A-6 Intruder aircraft flying in virtual environments with a stunning graphic. You will have the possibility to see again your performances with 30 seconds REPLAY function with the possibility of changing the point of view switching between several cameras and immediately share personal screenshots! Use your mobile device as a REMOTE CONTROL.
Happy landing!
Features: 3D Virtual Cockpits. In-Flight Refuel. Multi-camera replay function with dynamic-pan. Two landscape scenarios. Missions: Gameplay Engine with 12 missions. Enjoy Start your flight from carrier, learn to land on the ground airbase, go for patrol and photo reconnaissance, refuel during flight from E-767. Carrier/Airbase landing with advanced weather conditions settings (wind, rain, storms, fog) and different scenarios (day, dawn, overcast, night). Comprehensive Tutorials and quick guide. Free flight mode. Multi-touch controls. Dynamic-pan camera system. I.F.L.O.L.S. approaching system. Radio Audio. Controls Simulation mode. Remote control: connect two devices on local network for remote control session. Aircrafts: McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Super Hornet Grumman F-14 Super Tomcat Grumman C-2 Greyhound Grumman A-6 Intruder McDonnell Douglas AV-8B Harrier II

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