FPV Freerider

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About this game

Fly (and crash!) all you want regardless of rain, wind, sleet or snow.

Supports first person view (FPV) and line of sight (LOS) flying.
Supports self-leveling and acro mode, as well as 3D mode (for inverted flying).
Includes six sceneries and a track generator that can generate millions of tracks automatically by procedural generation.
Custom settings for input rates, camera and physics.
Option for low resolution mode (to be able to get higher framerate)
Google Cardboard style side-by-side VR view option.

Touchscreen controls support mode 1, 2, 3 and 4.
Mode 2 is default input:

Left stick - Throttle/Yaw
Right stick - Pitch/Roll

This simulator requires a powerful device. You will get best performance if you select low resolution and low graphics quality on the main menu. Also, if possible activate "Performance Mode" or similar in your phone settings to get the best performance.

Note that this is a RC flight simulator, not a game. You might find that the controls are hard, but that's because it's made to mimic real life. It is highly recommended to use a good physical controller.

If your device supports USB OTG and you have the right cable you can try to use a USB gamepad/controller.
There is a free demo available that you can try to see if it works with your controller.
Physical controllers are configurable between mode 1,2,3 and 4.
There is no guarantee that the simulator will work with your device/controller. If you have any problems please send an email and I might be able to help.

Controllers that have been successfully used include FrSKY Taranis, Spektrum, Devo, DJI FPV, Turnigy, Flysky, Jumper, Radiomaster, Eachine, Detrum, Graupner and Futaba RC radios, Realflight and Esky USB Controllers, Logitech, Moga, Xbox and Playstation gamepads.

User manual (PDF)

portable drone / multirotor / quadrocopter / miniquad simulator
Updated on
Sep 1, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

1.47K reviews
A Google user
November 18, 2018
It's pretty enjoyable for me after a couple of small tweaks in the settings. One thing I wish I could do was move the controls into a more comfortable position on the screen. It would also be pretty cool (to me at least) if I could just touch anywhere on the left and right side respectively to control the Sim. I've had that feature on other Sims/games in the past and I feel like it worked well. Thanks for all your work!!
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Kevin Brown
August 29, 2020
Just bought this to help me learn the mechanics of flying a drone... my actual drone hovers in place when I let off the throttle, with a ps4 controller at least, the drone in the app is never hovering... unless I'm missing a setting, it would be awesome to add that feature as a setting, or maybe i just need more practice... thought... with joystic untouched it hovers in place but could rotate, throttle up it raises and throttle down it drops. Am I missing something in settings?
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FPV Freerider
August 31, 2020
Racedrones are usually flown in Acro mode - meaning you need to manage the orientation and altitude manually. You can enable Self-Leveling mode in the top left corner to make it behave a bit more like a photography drone. Tutorial series on how to fly a racedrone: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=391D5dX7LKg&list=PLwoDb7WF6c8kjYXam4m3msvRbkORU41GY
September 24, 2020
Edit 2: to developers, any way you could add a way to record a ghost on screen. Would be nice to practice tracking a moving object and racing against your own ghost. EDIT: had 3d option available all along. Great simulator for your phone or tablet. Wish it had a 3D option in the settings as I would like to learn how to fly 3D(upside down)
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FPV Freerider
April 24, 2020
It actually has 3D flight mode setting for inverted thrust. You select it in the top left corner as you are flying. (The button toggles between Self-Leveling, Acro and 3D mode). Thank you for your review, I'm glad you like it!

What's new

Minor fixes