Microsoft Flight Simulator X game Product Information
Take to the skies with one of the longest running flight franchises in Microsoft Flight Simulator X. Featuring 55 missions that range from 15 minutes to over an hour, you can wrap your hands around the controls of 20 aircraft including the Airbus 321, the Boeing 747-400, the Bell 206B helicopter, a variety of Cessna and Beechcraft models, and the Douglas DC-3 Microsoft Flight Simulator X . A tutorial is available for beginners, while professional pilots and expert gamers can attempt more dangerous and time-consuming flights Microsoft Flight Simulator X PCG. Missions feature such short flights as taking a floatplane from Seattle to the San Juan Islands, to longer and more challenging flights like emergency landing an airliner over water Microsoft Flight Simulator X game.
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Utilizing satellites and pictures from space shuttles, Microsoft Flight Simulator X manages to include 24 million roads, 10,000 accurately placed stars, and 24,000 airports. Improvements made to the graphics engine allow 6,000 objects per square kilometer, and vegetation and items for 23 distinct regions. ...See Full Description
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Microsoft Flight Simulator X game Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||7247971|
|Release Date||Mar 03, 2010|
|Rating||Everyone (Content suitable for ages 6 and older)|
Microsoft Flight Simulator X Special Features
Play through short 15-minute missions, or attempt a challenge that tests your skills for over an hour
Featuring 24 million roads, 10,000 stars, 24,000 airports, and 6,000 rendered object per square kilometer
Pilot such planes as the Bell 206B helicopter, the Airbus 321, the Boeing 747-400, the Douglas DC-3, and more