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Final Approach
Category: Classic
Author: SpacialFX | Size: 5.96 Mb | Version:
Requires: Win All | License: FreeWare | Date: 2019-09-19
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It's a remake of an old Atari 2600 title which put you in the role of an Air Traffic Controller.

The original gave you direct control of several planes, which you needed to firstly get lined up with the runway, and then switch to a landing mode, where you controlled the landing in a very hands-on manner.

My version offers improved graphics, multiple levels, new obstactles, and mouse control.


Once a plane is lined up with the runway, the GCA button will flash, and an air traffic controller will tell you that you are cleared to land.
Click the GCA button and you will enter the landing phase. Move the mouse up/down, and left/right to keep the plane on the indicated flightpath.
This takes practice, but it is very rewarding once you get the knack, so persevere. The tail of the plane should be just on the indicated flightpath
(both in the side and top views).
If you stay close enough to the flightpath for about 50% of the landing, and manage to land with your tail right at the edge of the runway, you should receive some points based on how closely you followed it. I think the maximum
points available for a landing is 50?


Simple as can be, just use the mouse to select and drag a new bearing for each plane.
You can use the cursor keys and space bar in lieu of the mouse, but no guarantee that it will be much fun.

You can either click, hold, drag the new heading, or,
click, release, click...either works.

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