Take Off puts you in the pilot's seat
Coming June 9 for iOS and Android
What's it like to climb into an airplane cockpit and take off into the wild blue yonder?
It doesn't take much more than an iPhone, iPad or an Android phone to find out with Take Off – The Flight Simulator, developed by Jujubee and published by astragon Entertainment. And your flight will be ready for boarding on those devices June 9.
Whether it's a small single engine light airplane or a huge jumbo jet, it will be the player’s own responsibility to navigate their plane safely to its destination, including take-offs and landings, using either virtual joystick, slider or motion controls. Weather conditions such as rain or fog will also test the player’s mettle and skill turning an otherwise easy landing into a real challenge. Technical defects in the airplane likewise need to be dealt with swiftly while always keeping a cool head.
In addition to a free-flight mode, which lets players explore the eight main islands of Hawaii in a completely open game world, the game will also offer exciting and varied missions including rescue flights, emergency landings, tourist services, cargo transportation and many more. Successful missions are rewarded with new flight licenses, which in turn can be used to unlock bigger planes.
Pilots can embark on a virtual world tour. Climbing into the detailed cockpits of 14 realistically recreated commercial aircraft, the pilot can take flight to the biggest and busiest airports in 21 cities including London, Los Angeles, Dubai, Frankfurt, Moscow, Sydney and Bangkok.