News: We added MOGA controller support!
The program includes many popular models:
Note: we are constantly adding more, you will see them listed when you install the program!
Airwolf - big scale glow model, nice for learning forward flight (IAP)
AH-46 Apache - very nice scale Apache army model (IAP)
Blast CX - beginner coaxial model, self leveling and stable, good for making your first steps (Free)
Blast 450 3D - popular 450 size aerobatic model. Good to learn flying inverted (IAP)
C46 Sea Knight - twin rotor scale electric helicopter with collective pitch. It is a big model that flies in scale like fashion (IAP)
TRex 450 - collective pitch electric helicopter. Very hard to learn, if you fly this one, you can fly them all. We have included beginner setup, in addition to settings for intermediate and advanced 3d fliers (IAP)
TRex 500 - 500 size ellectric colective pitch helicopter, very high performance (IAP)
TRex 700 N - Big 3d nitro model, for newer phones because the model is very detailed (IAP)
Twister Coast Guard - scale coaxial model, for beginner to intermediate flyer (IAP)
The program includes 3 flying fields:
Osage Park (Free)
Island Fliers (IAP)
The program includes 3 interactive object sets that can be loaded on any flying field. The interactive objects can be used for learning landing and precise model control.
In addition to the fixed point camera that represents the RC pilot point of view, we have included follow up camera that allows for walking behind the model. That is useful when you just start, so the model never gets away.
Please try our full featured professional RC flight simulator ClearView for PC here: http://rcflightsim.com - see the video of ClearView bellow.
1. This is not a game. You are controlling flying rc models that reacts like real flying models. It takes some time to learn, and again, do not expect "arcade" style controls.
2. The onscreen control sticks are just indicators! They are made small so they do not obscure the screen.
*** You do not need to keep your fingers on them ***
Sliding your finger any where on the right screen half affects the right control stick , the same for the left screen part - sliding finger there moves the left control stick.
We suggest to select beginner settings at first few days before you can comfortably progress further.