Ready for Take off – A320 Simulator
Developer: Caipirinha Games
Genre : Flight Simulator
Release Date: 13 April, 2017
Unlike more complex flight simulations, Ready for Take off was designed from the ground up to enable beginners to successfully complete a flight with less effort and learning. Advanced flight simulation enthusiasts in turn have a straightforward all-in-one solution at hand, including lots of airports right from the start.
The player can take place behind the control stick of one of the most well known airliners: the Airbus A320. Its cockpit places all the important functions and systems at the player’s disposal – voice recordings from real air traffic help create the appropriate atmosphere. Additionally, the simulation includes a Beechcraft Baron for short range and training flights.
– Ready for Take off comes with 9 travel destinations out of the box, including the airports of Düsseldorf, Palma de Mallorca, London Heathrow, and Nice.
– Their 3D models are of high quality and rich in details.
– They also feature movable objects – luggage carts, busses, pushback trucks, jetways, etc. create a lively apron scenery.
– A day and night cycle makes these sceneries appear in the right mood.
In the beginning, players can choose whether they want to fly freely between two airports or experience long-term thrill in the career mode.
Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10 (64 bit)
3 GHz Dual Core Processor
4 GB RAM (8 GB recommended)
GeForce GTX 560 or similar (no support for onboard cards)
20 GB free hard disk space
DirectX compatible sound card
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