Pro RC Remote Control Flight Simulator is a free flight simulator for Android developed by Pro Simulators Online. The game looks beautiful and furnishes players with numerous radio-controlled flying vehicles, environments, and missions to enjoy. Fly around the world in digital radio-controlled variants of real-world aircraft models.
If you enjoy flying planes on your mobile device, try either Flight Sim 2018 or Flight Simulator 2018. As it is backed by Ovilex Software, a pioneer in triple-A quality mobile simulators, Flight Sim 2018 is the superior choice of the two. However, both games offer decent gameplay and a rich selection of aircraft.
Pro RC Remote Control Flight Simulator has stunning graphics and a visual setup that looks really close to PC flight simulators from a few years ago. That said, the graphics are resource intensive, and even though this game claims to run on Android 4.1 and up, many players have been unable to enjoy it due to device incompatibility.
While Pro RC Remote Control Flight Simulator features numerous missions for you to enjoy, many players report that various stages don’t have clear objectives, and they don’t know how to complete them. Many more players also report that the game is incredibly expensive to play, even though it’s listed as a free game. This is due to in-app purchases ranging from $0.99 to $34.99.
Unfortunately, the vast majority of items, aircraft, and other assets seem to be locked behind paywalls. This means that the game is virtually unplayable if you’re not willing to spend actual money on it. Another common complaint is that certain vehicles don’t operate as they should.
This is, unfortunately, nothing new in the Android gaming industry. Most creators end up stuffing a game with ads to try and generate income from their hard work. However, Pro RC Remote Control Flight Simulator seems to be capable of making a significant income from its overpriced in-app purchases. However, you’ll still see ads regularly while playing Pro RC Remote Control Flight Simulator, and this takes away from the game’s playability even further.
Overpriced but well-made
In-app purchase-based contention aside, Pro RC Remote Control Flight Simulator is a really well-made game. The primary problem with the game seems to be that the developers have been issuing updates since the game’s release in 2016, and haven’t realised that while the updates make the game better, they also make it bigger.
This means the game doesn’t run well on lower-end devices, despite being marketed for Android 4.4 and up.