Branding itself as "The pinnacle of realistic flight simulation", JetPilot makes no attempts to conceal the intricacies of real-life piloting. The aircraft are available in a wide range of different specifications, along with real-life airfields from around northern Europe. The environment may be fine-tuned to your preferences, not only for time of year and day, but also for temperature, winds and air pressure. Communications between aircraft and with the tower is also handled with accuracy, and with a bit of Vulcan Software's trademark speech technology.
Striving for realism, JetPilot does what no other Amiga simulator had done before by ignoring digital joysticks. Mouse or analogue joystick are your only main control options, with the mouse also being used for moving your head around the cockpit and accessing its functions. The keyboard is also put to ample use.
Despite being a late release, JetPilot still clings to the proven filled polygons for graphics rendition, but offers support for higher resolutions and flicker-free graphics on applicable machines.
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