Flight Kit is a complete flight simulator with emphasis on great look and fun gameplay.
• Optimized for performance: runs smoothly on standalone, mobile and WebGL.
• Based on Unity’s Aeroplane Controller which makes it compatible with everything included in the Standard Assets.
• Ready airplane controls with schemes for keyboard and touch inputs.
• Cool visual style that can be reused in any game.
• Includes shaders from COLR (http://u3d.as/oYh) – a set of custom shaders for full control of colors.
• Designed to easily create new levels from included assets.
• Everything you see in the demo.
• 3 custom shaders, including COLR – full color control unlit mega-shader.
• 20 low-poly environment models.
• 5 airplane models.
• Lots of useful scripts – gameplay, UI, boids, standalone and mobile airplane controls, etc.
• 13 sound effects and 2 music tracks (menu and gameplay).
• 49 UI sprites.
Asset version: 2.4.0
Now just to be more clear, what follows are my son’s words — more or less. I wrote the headlines you’ll see to guide him and help him synthesize his thoughts. And then he wrote his review on paper, and I copied it down for all of you to read. But for readability, I’ve tweaked the spelling, grammar, and in some cases, changed the repeated use of “it” for better proper nouns and the like. If he’s having a hard time, I sometimes ask questions to help him through, but I try my best not to influence his thinking. Changes outside so everyone can read this review, here are all my son’s thoughts.
The drone is made of two parts: the remote control fuselage and the paper plane part. The body supports the paper plane and where all the electronics go. The front “cockpit” houses the electronics, a soft nose to protect it when it falls to the ground, an on/off switch, an antenna and a clip to hold the paper plane and the charging port. The crossbars are plastic and the back has two red propellers. You first download a free app (on iOS and Android), and after charging is complete, you go out. You connect the application to the drone. You press a button to make the propeller spin. When the speed reaches 60%, you throw the plane.