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Glider - Soar the Skies (Promo Codes)

06-07-2015, 05:47 PM
#1
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Glider - Soar the Skies (Promo Codes)

Hi everyone,

Here are 10 promo codes for our latest flight simulator. If you don't mind, please post some impressions after you play the game.
Thank you

TPPNMXNARM49
39W6L6AAYA3T
WA6ERRLNYNMW
37PEFNWFN39R
LX46PEL7ENYW
9JPX69JA3F9E
HTALL7YNRPMR
3N97Y4XK97AE
T343WXJX9N9F
93H3PJ9MTYTF




06-07-2015, 06:00 PM
#2
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Thank you so much!!!!!
39W6L6AAYA3T

06-07-2015, 06:14 PM
#3
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Thank you
I took TPPNMXNARM49
06-07-2015, 06:39 PM
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Used 3N97Y4XK97AE and everything above it is gone.
Thanks for posting them!
06-07-2015, 06:59 PM
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Thanks for the promo. I'm sad to say I'm disappointed with this one. There is not much to do as far as I can see. It's boring but also relaxing which is a good think. You have great graphics of the mountain scenery but it gets boring after a while. This is probably more of a simulator more than anything but I wish I could go faster and get close to the ground. When you get close to the ground the graphics get blurrier. The altitude meter seems to be inaccurate because I could hit the ground at like 800 ft. Also in the settings it mentions joystick control. But it seems to refer to PC inputs. Any mfi controller support? You should probably remove all of the references to PC controls. Am I missing something here with this game?
06-07-2015, 08:01 PM
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All codes have been redeemed.
Thank you for posting them.
06-07-2015, 08:07 PM
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CP that's kind of what the glider experience is all about.
Even Rc gliders play the same. With no engine to regain altitude it's about finding thermals and seeing how long you can keep your plane in the air.
06-07-2015, 08:09 PM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Gamer1st View Post
CP that's kind of what the glider experience is all about.
Even Rc gliders play the same. With no engine to regain altitude it's about finding thermals and seeing how long you can keep your plane in the air.
Thanks. Ok I now understand. I will give it another shot.
06-07-2015, 09:22 PM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Gamer1st View Post
CP that's kind of what the glider experience is all about.
Even Rc gliders play the same. With no engine to regain altitude it's about finding thermals and seeing how long you can keep your plane in the air.
Wow! I used to live near an Air Force base.
They would 'fly' without an engine quite often. A plane with an engine would tow the non-engine plane, with some kind cable, up into the sky, then unhook it and leave. The pilot would have to land it without an engine. The more experienced ones did fancy turns and tricks. They did this for training quite often.

It scared the heck out of me that first few times I saw it! LOL!
06-08-2015, 12:10 AM
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With an RC glider, (and some real full size gliders) they have enough fuel and engine to get up in the air the first time and then it's all coasting. It's an altogether different kind of flying. It's not as bad as having to auto-rotate a helli landing, but it's still a "get it right the first time or else" landing. The Shuttle had the same problem when it was still flying. It's pretty unnerving.