I was afraid of heights and for this reason, I was afraid of airplanes. My hands were sweaty as I gripped the arms of my chair. I looked out the window of the airplane to see the clouds and the ocean. We were nearing the airport to my relief. I saw two more airplanes fly by. This must be a crowded airport. The airplane started to shake, and I closed my eyes. I heard a voice over the speaker, ďWe are having a slight issue, and we are going to be flying very close to another plane.Ē I took a deep breath; this was not helping my fear. I was on a metal death trap in the sky! I was biting my lip, concealing a scream. The airplane wing hit something and the plane took a sharp swing to the left. I opened my mouth to let out a scream, which was joined by many others around me. This was like a top-speed rollercoaster going off its tracks. We were going through the sky with no sense of direction or no way to land. The airplane started to drop. I was near the point of fainting. I took steady deep breaths. Everything started to shake vigorously, which caused me to feel sick to my stomach. But suddenly, the plane started to slow down and I felt it trying to climb upwards. The nose was pointed higher and the plane was lifting. We were saved. Thatís what I call, Flight Control.
Flight Control is swift, sudden action as airplanes are all headed to the airport. Whoever planned these flight times should be fired. You donít have much time as of, if they crash, its game over. The longer youíre playing and maintaining a smile on each flight passenger, the harder it gets. More and more planes and helicopters are coming at different angles, making it difficult to create a path with each one before theirs a crash, oh looks like a game over.
Flight Control has perfect polished graphics for the game, different airports to choose from with some different planes and locations. Perfect steady old fashioned music will have you in the mood to land some planes. The interface is polished to and the re playability may be high for a while but may slowly decline. Thatís what I call Flight Control.