Experience a Marvel of modern engineering in this V22 Osprey Flight Simulator. A multi-mission, tilt rotor aircraft with both vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL), and short takeoff and landing (STOL) abilities. In a program that costed the United States government 35 billion dollars, and spanned over 15 years, the V22 Osprey was inducted into the United States Marine Corps in 2007, followed by a United States Air Force in 2009. The V22 Osprey has seen combat in Iraq, Afghanistan, Sudan and Libya.
Part Aircraft, part Helicopter, it brings the best of two worlds into one machine- vertical landing and takeoff abilities of a Helicopter and the cruise speed of an Aircraft. Given its unique capabilities, it posed a challenge for flight training. Since induction, the Osprey had 3 crashes involving 6 fatalities.
This Flight Simulator by TeaPOT Games, is extremely physics accurate, and offers the primary flight controls and functions of the osprey such as Engine power, Nacelle tilt, roll, pitch, yaw, landing gear, and brakes. It doesn't emulate the secondary and tertiary flight controls, given the input limitations of mobile devices.
Set in the Callagher islands, 12 missions take the player through the flight controls of V22 Osprey and complicated objectives. A free fly mode offers the player to land anywhere he/she wants and play with the Osprey. Unlike most Flight Simulator games, V22 Osprey Flight Simulator doesn't stop simulation upon coming into contact with a crash point, it continues into a post crash simulation, with parts coming off of the Osprey. The dynamic crash simulation extend even for the landing gear and the engine propellers.
Settings screen enables features that provide more Flight simulation options from realistic nacelle tilt speed to landing gear strength and many more.
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This Flight Simulator is neither endorsed nor supported by the United States Army, or Bell Helicopter, or the Boeing RotorCraft Systems.