Panic Flight Review

Panic Flight Review

Dec 5, 2012

Flying games can be a lot of fun. These types of games can vary quite a bit in the skill level required, controls used, graphics and overall goal. Panic Flight has a fun take on piloting a plane. The goal of the game is to get to the destination as quickly as possible. When in flight, the most direct route is not what’s required.

Panic Flight is a very cartoony flying game. The controls are very simple. To control the plane, simply place a finger on the screen and drag it in the direction the plane needs to go. These type of controls make it much easier to complete acrobatic moves. However, it also makes lining up the plane to get the bonus objects in air slightly more difficult.

Throughout the game there are objects in the air to obtain. Some of them are upgrades while others are coins and yet others are dangers. The coins in the flights are used as currency to purchase upgrades in between levels.

Fuel is decreased while flying normally, but also decreased when the plane flies to darker clouds. If enough clouds are flown through, all the fuel runs out and the plane crashes.

Some of the upgrades but attainable while in flight are extra fuel and turbo. this can definitely help get to the destination in one piece. Other disasters look out for are the skulls and tornadoes. Both of these will greatly decrease the ability to fly. Between levels. It’s a good idea to take a look at what upgrades are available for purchase. Some of the upgrades are planes as well as items to help get the flights to the destination as quickly and safely as possible.

Panic Flight is more difficult than it first appears. It takes a little bit of practice to get used to maneuvering around the clouds and still being able to acquire all the upgrades and coins during flight.