Excerpt: Fly! is a flight simulation game. It was first released by Terminal Reality as a PC CD-ROM title in 1999 and received a rating of "E" by the ESRB panel in the United States which deemed it appropriate for all ages. It features modest system requirements by today's computing standards which include: System: Pentium-200MMX or equivalent RAM: 32 MB Video Memory: 2 MB Hard Drive Space: 400 MB Flight simulation games are in abundance for the personal computer and come in many...
Excerpt: This game is the best flight sim I have played yet. It has okish gfx and pretty good sound. It took me a few hours to figure out how to fly the air craft and the manual is a good 2CM thick! I found the game realistic and satisfactory. I have even played it over the internet with others which was quite fun, as you can talk to them through your PC mic and have fun showing them a loop the loop before stalling and plumiting to the ground.
Excerpt: Fly is an interesting game. I think it's fun. Unfortunately, I don't get to play it much. Why not? My computer. I run on an AMD K6-III 400Mhz, with 128Mb and an 8mb graphics card. More than enough according to the packagaing, but unless I adjust the time so i'm flying at night, and I'm pointing the right way, I get no scenery; just white. Not exactly conducive to having a good time.
Excerpt: No matter how many 21st Century military jets you’ve flown, you’re never quite prepared for the twitchy, bumpy realism of civilian flying. In many ways, the challenge of flying into Iraq to bomb a milk smelting plant is much less than the trial of flying a dinky Cessna towards Dallas in a thunderstorm. Take 2’s Fly! simulates the mechanics of this kind of A-to-B navigation with admirable style.
Excerpt: Fly is a flight simulator. You need quite a powerful computer to get the most out of the graphics. The sound is not bad. You can hear the engine, the flaps and landing gear etc. It consists of three c.d. and a very thick instruction manual. It takes quite a lot of time for it to load when you start it. It only costs about fifteen pounds but still it is not worth buying. Sometimes the scenery ‘disappears’ during mid flight and the controls fail.
Excerpt: I recently purchased Fly!, and I have found it to be one of if not the best FS I have seen, it has exellent flight dynamics, and has some excellent features built in. For example, it has a very good flight planner, and ATC, i have had some problems with it on some occasions where it has just told me some pointless things, i.e.
Summary: Es un simulador de aviones increible. Es perfecto, empezando por el diseño de la cabina, pasando por la perfeccion de los mandos, hsta llegar a la pista de aterrizaje. En esto ultimo hay que decir que no aparecen los edificios del aeropuerto, ni los demas edificios, pero asi se hace un poco más facil, ya que aterrizar es bastante dificil, como para encima tener que esquivar edificios. Dispones de 5 aviones con los que aprender a manejar sus mandos y volar con ellos.
Summary: Sólo una razón para elegir este: ¡los paneles! Un realismo, una funcionalidad y un nivel de detalle nunca vistos. Pero hay más: miles de aeropuertos, control de tráfico aéreo, fantásticos aviones muy detallados (con partes movibles). Luces en todos los aeropuertos. GPS. Piloto automático. Disponible para macusuarios... ¿Los defectos? Muchos todavía: el juego exige una máquina de elevadas prestaciones. El Control de Tráfico Aéreo merece bastantes retoques.