Airplane Fly Bush Pilot Flight Simulator
By Tri One Games
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Take to the skies and adventure through the wilderness, backwoods, and rough terrain as a bush pilot in this thrilling flight simulator game. Fly 21 exciting planes, including a Piper Cub, Twin Otter, C-17, and Spitfire through 8 different environments. Test your skills as you attempt landings on snow-capped mountains, ice-covered lakes, glaciers, an aircraft carrier, and even a cruise ship. You'll soar over remote fishing villages and bays to deliver goods to inaccessible camps. Pilot your aircraft through day, dusk, night, wind, storm, fog, snow, or blizzard over bush terrain similar to Alaska and Northern Canada. A flight simulator game that allows you to experience the thrill and beauty of flying over this uncharted landscape.
-Choose from 21 different types of aircraft - bush planes, seaplanes, and military
-Choose from 8 different environments - day, dusk, night, wind, storm, fog, snow, blizzard
-Select difficulty level and play option (joystick or tilt control)
-Successfully complete your mission to earn points to unlock more planes
-Use boost to fly you to your destination quicker
Translated into English, German, Italian, French, Portuguese (Brazil), Chinese (Simplified), Spanish, Russian, Korean and Japanese.
Airplane Fly Bush Pilot
Great flight game; so-so flight simulator. Lots of planes available and enough airports and other landing sites to make it interesting. Also, the environmental scenarios look very challenging. I like the fact that you can achieve success and gain points without having to spend a lot of cash to do it. The realism of aircraft controls and reactions could be improved. For example: (1) There should be a consequence to exceeding "red line" (aka "never exceed") airspeed. A real plane would break up under the stress of sustained excess airspeed, but these sims seem to just fly on under these conditions. (2) There should be an immediate loss of altitude when airspeed is reduced (and a gain in altitude when airspeed is increased). The game's planes seem to be unaffected by this most basic of flight principles and fly straight and level under changes in airspeed until the elevator control is actuated. Also, the planes do not/cannot stall due to this flaw. (3) As someone else posted, the planes should have a flaps-up, flaps-down control. This would allow the planes to maintain altitude at a slower airspeed and also allow them to settle to the landing surface at a lower airspeed, reducing risk of crashing on touchdown.
Great bush flying scenarios from an Alaskan ASEL/ASES pilot
I love this app. However, in a future release, Id really like to see flaps and wheel brakes. They are used hard up here. The one thing that is unrealistic is the rather huge amount of float the airplanes seem to get on idle... But still, I do love it. I can make great take offs and approaches. Landings usually end up crashing into whatever barrier is at the end. Thanks for including floatplanes!
Very good game
After I reach about 10,000 to 12,000 points they, the points disappear and it starts over in points, I don't lose any planes, but I cannot get new ones over the 12,000 point mark. I have tried deleting the game and starting over but the same thing happened again only this time I lost the points after 6,000. I love fly Hawaii game and it works great, very disappointed in this game.
- Category: Games
- Released: Feb 12, 2015
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 171 MB
- Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Seller: Tri One Games LLC
- © 2015 Tri One Games
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Top In-App Purchases
- Unlock Plane Pack 3$3.99
- Unlock Plane Pack 2$3.99
- Unlock All Environments$3.99
- Unlock Plane Pack 1$3.99
- Unlock F/A-18 Hornet$0.99
- Unlock C-17$0.99
- Unlock Blizzard$0.99
- Unlock HC-130$0.99
- Unlock Storm$0.99
- Unlock Boost$0.99