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Superflight is a game about flying in a wingsuit through colorful mountainscapes and scoring as many points as possible by pulling off risky proximity maneuvers. If you enjoy simple games about flying and speed, look no further! The controls are super intuitive and easy to learn, and there is an endless amount of procedurally generated maps for you to explore.
Even if my recorded playing time is not very high, I can write a little review of Superflight. Because once again it shows that a simple game principle does not necessarily mean a bad game. What is Superflight?
Superflight presents itself... as an arcade-heavy Wingsuit game. You see your portrait in third-person-perspective and steer it through seemingly canyons and caves to generate points. These are then entered in a world ranking list. The flight will not end until you crash on a wall. You can only crash if you are flying through a cave and no longer have enough buoyancy. Outside the rock formations there is no soil. When you reach the fog bank below the rock formation, you automatically spawnt in a newly generated level and continue your flight. Here and there, purple portals are hidden between the rocks. If you fly into it, then you start directly into a new world. If you are bored, you can also enter crytic letters and combinations of numbers using the keyboard to generate your own levels. These can be saved and replayed even if you particularly like them, so there's plenty of variety. The graphic is useful, but not necessarily ugly. Only the character could have used a few more polygons. The control is easily fluffy with an XBox360 gamepad. All in all you really can't complain here. The game is really a lot of fun and invites again and again for a game in between. Clear recommendation to buy from my side.
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