The program includes wide range models, from starter models to expensive aerobatic and scale models. This is the only RC simulator that includes RC boats and RC cars, in addition to excellent simulation of RC planes and RC helicopters. Great for experienced modelers, and even greater for kids or someone who is just starting in this exciting hobby.
The program includes 3 interactive object sets that can be loaded on any flying field when flying helicopters. The interactive objects can be used to learn 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 follows the model. That is useful when you just start, so the model never gets away.
The program supports on screen controls and MOGA bluetooth controllers.
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.
- If you purchased a model, and for whatever reason the model becomes unavailable, do this - it always work!
1. Make sure you have Internet connection.
2. Uninstall the app.
3. Download and install the app from the store.
4. Start the app, then tap on Models then tap on Restore Purchases.
5. All purchases will be reloaded.
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ComicViewer is a simple comic viewer for tablets with large screens. It has a gallery to manage available comics, bookmarks and supports comics in CBR, CBZ, PDF and directories of JPG/PNG images.
You can draw on the screen with 2 types of pencils and 8 colors. This feature is especially useful in PDF files with slides for meetings and presentations. I'm still testing this feature.
Under the GPLv3 license, the source code is available at https://github.com/Juanvvc/ComicViewer
- Select the comic directory in the menu
- Wait for a re-scan and open a comic. PDF pages with large images may take 3-4 seconds to load: be patient. Large pages in CBR files may throw OutOfMemory exceptions on low memory devices. If possible, convert your CBR files to CBZ.
- Next page: left or bottom sides.
- Prev page: right or top sides.
- Switch bookmark: top-right corner
- Change page scale: top-left corner
- Draw on page: switch drawing mode on (in the menu/toolbar) and the drawing toolbar should appear. You cannot change the page while drawing. Switch the drawing mode off BEFORE flipping the page. The drawing is automatically saved.
By selecting a group of adjoining blocks of the same color, a player may remove them from the screen. Blocks that are no longer supported will fall down, and a column without any blocks will be trimmed away by other columns always sliding to one side (often the left). The goal of the game is to remove as many blocks from the playing field as possible.
The score is (removed - 1)^2, and the user receives a reward of 1000 points if all blocks are removed.
Depending on the screen size, larger playing boards may not be available. Tested on tablets (Android 4.0) and mobile phones (Android 2.3)
This game is a test of AndEngine. Source code is available under the GPLv3 license at https://github.com/Juanvvc/SameGame
This is the donate version of FlightGearMap. Please, try the free version first!
FlightGearMap for Android is a companion for FlightGear flight simulator: FlightGearMap shows the current position on your plane on a map, as well as some useful controls such as airspeed, RPM or altimeter. Set your tablet/mobile phone on top of your yoke and you won't need to change the view of your main screen any more. Or at least, not as often as you used to.
You can calibrate and configure some of the instruments using the touch screen: NAV1, NAV2, altimeter and switches. Warning: rotate your finger around the center of the instrument, not the knob!
FlightGearMap is still under development and deciding which features/instruments are the best options for the simplified panel. Some minor bugs and crashes are expected, but it should be pretty usable and stable. Please, report any ideas, bugs and comments to: http://www.flightgear.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=31&t=16136
Installation (Check: http://wiki.flightgear.org/FlightGearMap )
-- You'll need a working copy of FlightGear on your PC.
-- In your Android device, switch Wifi on and run FlightGearMap. The IP address of your device will appear on the screen.
-- Download and install andatlas.xml in the directory FG_ROOT/Protocol. Get andatlas.xml from: https://raw.github.com/Juanvvc/FlightGearMap/master/andatlas.xml Save this file in the directory FG_ROOT/Protocol of your computer.
-- In your PC, run fgfs using the option "--generic=socket,out,5,your-device-ip,5501,udp,andatlas --telnet=9000", where your-device-ip is the IP of your Android device (from step 2) If you are using the frontend, set this information in the Advance settings, section Input/Output.
-- Optionally, configure the IP of your PC in the preferences menu of FlightGearMap. In this case, you can calibrate your instruments from the device.
Source code (open source under the GPLv3): https://github.com/Juanvvc/FlightGearMap
WARNING!!! These checklists are provided by volunteers and they are not checked for correctness. DO NOT USE THESE CHECKLISTS IN REAL LIFE. Only for simulation purposes.
We have included all the checklists already in FlightGear, more checklists can be added by the user.
This project is open source under the GPLv3. Use this link to get the source code: https://github.com/Juanvvc/FSChecklistReader