flight simulator

  • Captain SkyHawk

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    The player takes a role of a fighter pilot working to repel an alien invasion. Aliens have invaded Earth, and have built four land bases. These bases are designed to drain Earth’s energy and feed it to their mother space station. If the space station is allowed to obtain enough energy, it will destroy the Earth with a massive laser blast. The player must destroy the enemy bases, then go after the space station itself. Scientists, during the course of the game, are working on a top-secret Neutron Cannon. During several missions, the player must make supply drops to the scientists working underground. Sometimes, the aliens will have a scientist captive. Then the player must defeat the alien base and take the scientist to safety.

    14,95 Inc. VAT
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    Captain SkyHawk

    14,95 Inc. VAT
  • Flight Simulator 2002

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    ENGLISH BIG BOX

    2002’s version of Microsoft’s long running series of non-combat, commercial flight simulators. The game uses a completely new 3D graphics engine which features photorealistic terrain as well as some nifty effects like jet contrails, volumetric clouds and a completely 3D virtual cockpit for each of the 12 planes in the game (which include the new Cessna 208 Caravan Floatplane and Boeing 747-400).

    15,00 Inc. VAT
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    Flight Simulator 2002

    15,00 Inc. VAT
  • Pilot WIngs 64

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    The first game in the Zero Pilot flight simulation series.

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    Pilot WIngs 64

    9,95 Inc. VAT
  • Star Wars

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    Confront your rivals in the first real-time Star Wars competitive action shooter designed specifically for your mobile device. Choose from a cast of iconic characters that span all eras of the Star Wars universe while mastering your skills in cover-based PvP skirmishes.

    Build the ultimate combat team, anticipate your opponent’s strategy, and leverage your surroundings to gain the upper hand. Battles are fought both in single-player campaign scenarios and real-time PvP battles. Take aim, fire, and obliterate the competition.

    Features:

    Take aim with fast-paced shooter gameplay. Avoid taking damage by strategically utilizing your surroundings, targeting and destroying your enemies with mobile-optimized controls.

    Face-off in real-time PvP skirmishes against other players cross-platform on iOS and Android. Assemble a team of three unique characters and swap them in-and-out the heat of battle, instantly altering how the game is played.

    Defeat opponents in mission-based scenarios to earn epic rewards and power-ups.

    Dominate enemies and take down rivals in adrenaline-fueled boss fights across familiar environments like Takodana, Jakku, and Bespin.

    Build the ultimate roster of iconic characters from the Star Wars universe, master their unique powers and abilities, and upgrade them to unleash their full potential in PvP combat.

    Prove your power by climbing leaderboards and defeating Daily Rivals to claim Credits, Data Tapes, and Arena Chips to unlock rare characters and loot crates.

    14,95 Inc. VAT
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    Star Wars

    14,95 Inc. VAT
  • Star Wars Racer

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    Launch your X-wing fighter for the final Death Star assault! The Force is with you as you pursue Darth Vader through an exploding galaxy! You are the last hope for the Rebel Alliance!

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    Star Wars Racer

    9,95 Inc. VAT
  • Terminal Velocity Jewel Case

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    • Jewel Case
    • Dutch Version

     

    Terminal Velocity is a simulation video game developed by Terminal Reality and published by 3D Realms for MS-DOS and Windows 95 and MacSoft for Mac OS. It is an arcade-style flight combat game, with simpler game controls and physics than flight simulators. It is known for its fast, high-energy action sequences, compared to flight simulators of the time.

    Terminal Reality also developed a similar game, Fury3, published that same year by Microsoft. It used the same game engine (Photex + Terrain Engine 1) and basic game mechanics, but was designed to run natively on the new Windows 95 operating system. Though considered to add little to the gameplay of Terminal Velocity,[1] Fury3 spawned an add-on pack, F!Zone, as well as a sequel, Hellbender.

    The player can fly at low speeds without falling. The player’s craft also has no inertia, meaning its course can be changed instantly. There are seven different weapons, ranging from guns, blasters and rockets to homing missiles and a rare secret weapon, and only the first blaster type will never run out of ammo. Additionally, it possesses powerful afterburners that allow it to move at very high speed, which is useful in order to evade attacks, but sacrifices the ability to return fire temporarily (they can be selected like weapons, and if they are, the fire button will ignite the afterburners). The craft is able to survive some hits, and even some collisions with the terrain, including tunnels.

    Each of the 27 missions consists of several objectives, e.g. enemies which must be destroyed, tunnel entrances and exits, mere checkpoints, and an extraction point.

    10,00 Inc. VAT
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    Terminal Velocity Jewel Case

    10,00 Inc. VAT

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