Summary: Lunar Flight reminds me of the traditional Lunar Lander in the arcades of yore, challenging yet rewarding. It takes some attention to get the basics down, but mastering all attitude/vector controls will take time.
Summary: Just love it. There is zero stress, it feels just right. Take your time learning what's what, and anyone can do it. I can see why some would give up as it does seem a bit over whelming first go, but just keep at it, it just gets easier. Graphics are beautiful and realistic.
Summary: WOW! Pretty cool! Great space simulator and a lot of fun! Pretty hard too, a real challenge. Can get repetitive at some point though but if you like simulators, this one has really great physics.
Summary: Lunar Flight brings back the challenges of PC simulators as we knew them before games were dumbed down for the new, spoiled «take-me-by-the-hand-I-don't-like-a-challenge-and-throw-a-hissyfit-when-I-lose» console-bred kiddies.
Summary: Simply amazing. I love this simulator so much, I suck at it and I'm having tons of fun with it. And if you suck at a game, but you're having fun. You know it's a pretty damn good game. The only problem I've had was with using my Joystick, other then that no problems.
Summary: I have enjoyed this game tremendously. The learning curve is steep, but only for an hour or so. Once you learn to read the instrumentation, things get better quickly. The third map is a beauty to behold and to navigate. I would actually love to see a 4th map with more difficult terrain.
Summary: Easily one of the best indie games and best sim experiences I've ever played. Sells for an absolute bargain price and is always challenging and rewards by the bucket. If you yearn for the halcyon days when PC sims felt and looked great but were still accessible whilst remaining challenging and lets...
Summary: Lunar Flight is a is a gem. The learning curve is a bit steep, unless you want to watch the tutorial videos, but if you decide to learn the game either from fiddling around, or going to the flight school, once this game clicks, it is so rewarding.
Summary: A small yet quite challenging simulation of a lunar landing module. Most of the time you'll be piloting the module from point A to B, carrying out a few missions such as transporting cargo (from A to B), conducting data surveys or recovering lost cargo.
Summary: This is a great simulator! I just bought it on Steam sale for 2,5 euro and for that less money you can't expect too much. The gameplay feels stable and I haven't noticed any bugs this far. This is certainly not a game that stimulates your adrenaline, so many people might find it boring.