A modern take on the classic arcade game, Lunar Lander, Lunar Flight extends the experience to a fully, fictionalised Lunar Module Simulator providing a variety of mission types involving Transporting Cargo, Acquiring Data at Survey locations and locating Lost Cargo.
Completing missions earns experience points and money to be used to Refuel, Repair and Upgrade the Lunar Module. In addition to missions there are Time Trial challenges complete with Online Leader boards and a globally ranked ‘Pilots’ Leaderboard, ranked by experience.To round out the game there are a variety of Achievements to provide additional challenges and objectives.
A truly unique and challenging flight simulation experience, Lunar Flight will give you many hours of immersive, addictive & rewarding gameplay.
New to Lunar Flight version 1.8 is the addition of Multiplayer featuring 2 modes including Mission Score Challenge and Deathmatch using the new Weapons Systems.
The latest Lunar Flight update is now available bring it to version 1.3 read on to see whats new!
Posted by sh0v0r on May 9th, 2012
You can read the full release notes here: Shovsoft.com
4:3 Aspect Ratio Support
The game now supports 3 more resolutions, 1024×768,1280×960, 1600×1200
Profile Info and Delete Profile on Profile Selection Window
You can now Delete profiles and a small window displays the basic info about the selected profile.
Basic Controls Window
When starting a new profile the Basic Keyboard Controls window will display when you first enter the game. It can also be accessed via the Main Menu.
Velocity Camera Angle Ladder
The Velocity camera has been modified and it now shows the current ascent/descent angle. It can also be used check your pitch angle when it is within 20 degrees of the velocity vector.
Heading/Landing Indicator & Power/Fuel Display for External and Flyby Cameras
These were added to make flying from these views easier, particularly since you can now see how much fuel you have remaining.
Primary Camera Mode Buttons
New buttons have been added in the top right corner for selecting the primary camera modes.