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The most popular games played on the Internet are Flight Simulation Games

The most popular games played on the Internet are Flight Simulation Games

Flight simulation games are now so realistic that its not long before the PC pilot actually believes he's flying the real thing. The games come in two formats: Full sized cockpits (or, simpits) and the PC downloadable games. The full size cockpit of course allows the user to experience motions such as sudden turbulence and he has the controls, instruments and dials in on the same scale as a real cockpit. However, downloadable flight simulation games are vastly less expensive and offer a very similar experience, with life like cockpits, featuring the exact dials, controls, radio and instruments the same as the aircraft you have chosen to fly, along with life like scenery, changeable weather and a selection of over 20,000 plus worldwide airports to land on plus a huge selection of terrain to fly over and night and day flying.

Now that there are so many games available, if your son or daughter shows an enjoyment for flying, why not give them the gift of a flight simulation game to learn on. They can mostly be bought for way under a hundred dollars and if they really enjoy it well they might just make a career out of it. The choice of aircraft available is huge and they might wish to learn in a Cessna or Piper but then graduate up to a commercial jetliner such as a Boeing 747 or commercial cargo plane, or, they maybe inclined to choose a military plane or helicopter. There are thousands of games to choose from such as Nintendo, play stations or flight pro sim.

Flight simulator games are very easy to use once the learner has followed the instructions properly and within no time the user will truly think he or she is actually flying the real aircraft, such is the realism attached to the graphics, locations available and the cockpit (known in simulators as the simpits). Flight simulators are great fun to use as a game but aviation institutions take them very seriously indeed, as it's the basis to teach there young, budding inexperienced pilots. But they are also used by experienced pilots, either to hone their skills or even to check the airports or routes they are about to fly on.

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8 Responses to F 16 Simulation Game

  1. trev0r03 says:

    Wii and PS3 survey for my marketing class?
    Need 5 more responses for my marketing class survey project. Thanks in advance for anyone who participates in the survey!

    Survey Questions
    (circle most appropriate answer or answer question to the best of your knowledge)
    1. What is your gender? Male or Female
    2. What is your approximate age? 0-10, 11-15, 16-20, 21-25, 26-30, 30-40, over 40.
    3. Which video game console do you prefer a.) Playstation 3 b.) Nintendo Wii
    4. Why do you prefer your selection? (circle all that apply)
    a.) Games b.) Graphics c.) Game play d.) Fun factor e.) Family orientated f.) Price
    g.) Features h.) Looks (aesthetics) i.) Ease of use f.) Controllers g.) Other ________
    5. How many hours a week do you play video games? 0-5, 6-10, 11-20, over 20
    6. What types of games do you prefer?
    a.) Role playing b.) Party games c.) Sports d.) Adventure e.) First Person Shooter
    f.) Simulation g.) Puzzle games h.) Action i.) Fighting j.) Other _________
    7. What suggestions, if any, would you have for the game console you chose?
    (ie: More online games, lower price, more downloadable content.)

  2. trev0r03 says:

    Quick Survey for my Marketing 351 class. Involves the Wii and PS3?
    Need at least 10 responses. I thank you in advance for participating.

    Survey Questions
    (circle most appropriate answer or answer question to the best of your knowledge)
    1. What is your gender? Male or Female
    2. What is your approximate age? 0-10, 11-15, 16-20, 21-25, 26-30, 30-40, over 40.
    3. Which video game console do you prefer a.) Playstation 3 b.) Nintendo Wii
    4. Why do you prefer your selection? (circle all that apply)
    a.) Games b.) Graphics c.) Game play d.) Fun factor e.) Family orientated f.) Price
    g.) Features h.) Looks (aesthetics) i.) Ease of use f.) Controllers g.) Other ________
    5. How many hours a week do you play video games? 0-5, 6-10, 11-20, over 20
    6. What types of games do you prefer?
    a.) Role playing b.) Party games c.) Sports d.) Adventure e.) First Person Shooter
    f.) Simulation g.) Puzzle games h.) Action i.) Fighting j.) Other _________
    7. What suggestions, if any, would you have for the game console you chose?
    (ie: More online games, lower price, more downloadable content.)

  3. ジュリアン says:

    What are some good jet simulation pc games?
    Games that have like an F-16, Mig-29 Fulcrum , Su-27 flanker and other modern planes like that that use jet engines… no WW2 plane smulators….. please

  4. LordGaga says:

    What is the best laptop in a £500 budget? ASUS? Toshiba? Lenovo? HP? Which one? NO unreliable ACERs?
    I have been(for 2months) and still am looking for a laptop on the internet but there are sooooo many and its soooo confusing that I have the ‘embarras de choix’ as it is said in french!
    I am in the UK, so I would buy online from dabs.com, ebuyer.com, laptopsdirect.com, dell.com/uk or any other place which you can recommmend me where there are better and cheaper deals. Buying online (from a reliable and well-known source/seller) is better than buying in shops/PC World. The other day I went to Tottenham Court Road to check out the laptops on sale and the prices are crazy! £100 to £150 diferrence in price compared to online shops.
    So I dont mind buying online. As far as i know, ebuyer has better and cheaper deals upto now.

    I HOPE I GET AS MANY HELPFUL ANSWERS ASAP..THANK YOU VERY MUCH

    Processor preferred: INTEL Core 2 Duo
    Specs preferred: Good sound quality from speakers, Webcam, inbuilt microfone,bluetooth if available, ergonomic design.

    Please have a look atsome of the laptops I have been smitten by but I want to have some advice from you if its a good investment and which one is best to buy or do you have a better alternative to offer me? thanks
    The asus: http://www.ebuyer.com/product/144181
    http://www.ebuyer.com/product/139123/ —–siemens
    http://www.ebuyer.com/product/144182…roduct_reviews —asus
    lenovo: http://www.ebuyer.com/product/148295

    Are asus. lenovo, siemens RELIABLE laptop brands? what about each one’s range(link above)?
    I cant find any cheap Toshiba with about the same specs as the ones above, Dell Studio 15 is good but there is no webcam(and is dell reliable enough?)

    I have answered the questions below to narrow my search:
    General Questions

    1) What is your budget?
    Under £500

    2) What size notebook would you prefer?

    c. Mainstream; 15″ – 16″ screen

    4) Are there any brands that you prefer or any you really don’t like?
    Acer–I have heard too many negatives
    Toshiba— Nice laptop
    Sony–I would love to have one but I would not buy one as far as my budget is concerned since buying a Vaio is much paying for the brand. Its one of the best laptops though.
    Lenovo, Asus–dunno..i NEED some crucial reviews

    5) What tasks will you be performing with the notebook?
    I will use it mainly for uni purposes..doing projects,whilst in class, using simulation softwares..particularly the resource demanding MATLAB
    + watching movies and HD movies
    + saving my movies(something like a second backup)
    and if available..play games

    6) Will you be taking the notebook with you to different places or leaving it on your desk?
    Yes it will be on the move with me at university(within 3weeks now!)

    7) Will you be playing games on it; if so, which games?
    It would be great to be able to play games but its not obligatory.
    upcoming games such as Crysis Warhead, NFS UNDERCOVER and so on.
    8) How many hours of battery life do you need?
    AS MANY AS POSSIBLE PLEASE(NO LESS THAN 1-2HOURS THOUGH!)

    9) Do you mind buying online without seeing the notebook in person?
    NO problemo

    10) What OS do you prefer? Windows (XP or Vista), Mac OS, Linux, etc.
    XP or Vista..I dont mind(if the laptop can be provided without OS at a cheaper price, better enough..I have my own copy of vista and xp.

    11) From the choices below, what screen resolutions would you prefer?

    I dont mind thescreen resolution.

    d. WXGA or WXGA+ – 1280×768/800 or 1440×900; Wider viewing version of XGA, good for movie viewing or spreadsheets.
    e. WSXGA+ – 1680×1050; Wider viewing version of SXGA, good for movie viewing or spreadsheets.
    f. WUXGA – 1920×1200; Wider viewing version of UXGA, good for movie viewing or spreadsheets.

    12) Do you want a glossy/reflective screen or a matte/non-glossy screen?

    Build Quality and Design

    13) Are the notebook’s looks and stylishness important to you?
    YES OF COURSE

    14) When are you buying this laptop and how long do you want this laptop to last?
    ASAP…life span depends on how much I will like the laptop

    Notebook Components

    15) How much hard drive space do you want; 40GB to 500GB?

    for £400, 250GB or more

    16) Do you need an optical drive? yes, a DVD-RW rewriter..no bluray please

    • Eddie1983 says:

      okay

      Toshiba (hooray – applause!!!)

      Toshiba gets a BIG thumbs up from me i have one and they are quite probably the best laptops you can buy

      ACER (Boo!!!!)

      you are right about ACER they’re nothing but a big headache and you will have nothing but problems from them (unless you’re lucky)

      Lenovo (silence – the sound of crickets chirping)

      Lenovo aka IBM are not too bad but they’re laptops are boring looking and dont offer much for the money

      Dell (hmmmm)

      Dell are ok and theyre budget to mid-range laptops are good, on the whole theyre reliable but god help you if you get one thats faulty their customer service is shocking

      Fujitsu-siemens (RUN!!!!)

      Fujitsu-siemens are as bad as ACER they’re laptops are utter rubbish they’re fimsy faulty and theyre customer service makes ACERs and Dells look like saints in comparison AVOID AVOID AVOID

      ASUS (ACE)

      Stylish, well built and good value enough said

      you wanted a £500, dual core (intel core 2), 15-16″ WXGA or WXGA+.
      WSXGA+ or WUXGA resolution screen, 250GB or higher hard drive, DVD-RW, good quality speakers, good battery life, stylish and sleek (i guess),

      the following laptop (link provided) is:

      a. A Toshiba A300 (one the most stylish laptops ive seen for a long time)
      b. Has a 2Ghz Intel Core2Duo processor (one of the many things you specified)
      c. Has a 250GB hard drive (extra brownie points for me)
      d. Has a 1.3 Mega pixel webcam (not the best but still adequate and is built in)
      e. Has harmon kardon speakers (harmon kardon make speakers for the top ranged BMW and mercedes cars so expect excellant sound quality from these) i should know my satelilite pro P100 has harmon kardon speakers and they sound awesome
      f. Has a 15.4″ inch tru-brite screen (glossy finish enhances colours etc..) and is a good quality build and design
      g. has a DVD-RW super multi drive (supports multiple formats and also dual layer burning)
      h. Has WI-FI enabled built in (not something you’ve specified but is very useful)
      g. Is designed for portability (is 2.78 Kg – not the lightest laptop in the world but is still practical)

      its £499 inc VAT

      It comes pre loaded with Vista Home premium

      http://uk.computers.toshiba-europe.com/cgi-bin/ToshibaCSG/jsp/productPage.do?PRODUCT_ID=1056110

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