The most advanced Flight Simulator and Aircraft Carrier Landing System ever created.

Landing on an aircraft carrier is one of the most difficult tasks a pilot has to execute. The flight deck is only 150 meters long, just enough to stop the aircraft.
Accept the challenge, take on missions in the spectacular scenarios and join the best Top-Gun pilots.
Take control, climb into the realistic 3D cockpits and fly the most famous military aircrafts, faithfully reproduced.

Discover the REAL WORLD TECHNOLOGY and begin now to plan your flight!

Try out the latest evolution of the RORTOS flight system, already appreciated by millions of users around the world: unprecedented graphics, realistic weather conditions and a REPLAY function that lets you review your flight moves.

For an even more thrilling experience, connect two devices online and activate the multi-screen mode.

* Game campaign with training missions and 2 scenarios
* Free flight with choice of weather conditions and time
* Landing competitions with worldwide ranking
* Multi-camera Replay with dynamic CINEMA view
* Aircraft carrier landings and airbase landings
* Take-off, practice, transfers, recon and flights in formation with a flight guide
* Vertical take-off and landing (F35B Lightning II, AV-8B Harrier II)
* In-flight refuel
* More realistic extreme conditions with wind, rain, snow and lightning
* 3D virtual cockpit with integrated instrumentation, rain/snow effects and 6 different camera angles visual perspectives
* Radar with runway and aircraft carrier orientation
* Realistic fuel consumption
* Approach system I.F.L.O.L.S.
* Radio communication
* REMOTE CONTROL: you can connect two devices and use one of them like a remote control with a complete instrumentation view

* McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Super Hornet
* Grumman F-14 Super Tomcat
* Grumman C-2 Greyhound
* Grumman A-6 Intruder
* McDonnell Douglas F4E Phantom II
* McDonnell Douglas AV-8B Harrier II
* Lockheed Martin F35B Lightning II
* F-16 Fighting Falcon
* MiG-29K Fulcrum
* A-7 Corsair II
* F-22 Raptor
* SU-47 Berkut
* C-130 Hercules
* EF Typhoon
* Dassault Rafale

What’s New

Version 7.3.2

New Aircraft:
* F-16 Fighting Falcon
* MiG-29K Fulcrum
* A-7 Corsair II
* F-22 Raptor
* SU-47 Berkut
* C-130 Hercules
* EF Typhoon
* Dassault Rafale

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
48 Ratings

48 Ratings

FlyBoy7700 ,

Some small errors.

It's a very nice application, but there are a few problems:

First, the altitude shows AGL, whereas it should show MSL. (If you want to show an AGL altitude, add a Radar Altimeter output.)
Second, the speed indications aren't very realistic. It appears that the system shows either TAS or GS, but it should show IAS.
Finally, a mission briefing would be nice, telling the player what's actually expected (before you go wheels up). Otherwise, you're just guessing on what you mean by "intercept" or other loosely defined terms.

Just my two cents. :-)

UPDATE: Just two more gotchas.

1. A rudder would be fantastic!!!
2. Why can I only use about half of the platforms landing pad? It seems like whenever the aircraft goes more than halfway across it, it crashes. Alas, when lifting off, sometimes the noeswheel “sticks” dragging me into the invisible wall.

Geeks On Hugs ,

$3.99 worth of thrills for only $2.99

Seriously what are people expecting in a $2.99 simulator? This is a fun little sim and worth every penny. A great amateur effort.

It's fun to goof around with for a few minutes now and again. What's not to like?

It's obviously not Flight Simulator X or anything but if you understand what you are getting then it can be worthwhile.

One thing that is superior in this app then in most flight sim apps is the crash effects.

The general user interface is obviously designed more for a touch idea. I haven't tried Windows 8 but the UI feels like it does the same things that people complain about Windows 8 in the reviews: like you use the mouse as if it were your finger on a tablet: I'm talking about like going through settings and selecting things. So when you can't figure out how to go to the next plane, it's not click the arrow, it's click and drag as if the pointer were your finger.

The replay feature is great too. A suggestion for the developer: I think if you refined your interior models a bit and added ATC audio communications you could do a nice airliner sim with the same idea. Call it "Final Approach"

Also, I bought this to try out my new gamepad and that worked fine but there were absolutely no settings to customize that…that would be nice.

Oh and Full Screen works fine on my 2012 iMac. Not sure about the other guys issue. The dev really should make the app ONLY run in full screen anyway.

Iggy2750 ,

first successful landing

This game requires some patience but the results are rewarding. I initially made the mistake of just rushing through the quick tutotrial before trying to land and crashing time after time. Now, after almost giving up on this game, and ignoring it for months, I’ve finally landed the propeller plane. I went back and repeatedly played through the full tutorial on how to land, which was quite enjoyable. Landing speed needs to be 170 knots, then down to zero upon touchdown with the air brake applied. It’s important to realize that this is not an action game. What seemed boring at first is actually the process, which becomes more interesting when using the manual controls. My next mission is landing one of the fighters.


124.5 MB

OS X 10.6.6 or later



Age Rating
Rated 4+
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