F18 Carrier Landing offers hours of entertaining gameplay that involves flying and landing some of the fastest jets in the world.
Landing on the 500 foot flight deck of an aircraft carrier is one of the most challenging tasks a fighter pilot must perform. It takes precision flying and maneuvering to land a jet correctly on the small deck without crashing into the ocean.
Now anybody can try flying some of the most advanced jets in the world and landing them on aircraft carriers with the F18 Carrier Landing game by RORTOS. Featured on Intel® Atom™ tablets for Windows* 8.1, this challenging flight simulator game features the same controls of a real fighter jet including landing gears, flaps, slats, spoilers and more. It has 12 missions, numerous real-world jets to choose from with a 3D virtual cockpit and highly detailed graphics.
F18 Carrier Landing is a highly engaging game on new Windows* 8.1 tablets in large part to RORTOS’ status partner as an Intel® Software Partner in the Intel® Developer Zone. The company accessed Intel tools, code and support to optimize this game for the powerful features of Intel Atom tablets for Windows* 8.1. The Intel Developer Zone provides assistance with business planning, product development and optimization, marketing and more. Plus, Intel Developer Zone communities provided additional inspiration and guidance to RORTOS.
“The tools and support we received from Intel were extremely helpful when designing this game for Windows* tablets,” said Roberto Simonetto, CEO of RORTOS. “F18 Carrier Landing provides a true flying experience that gives anybody the feel of flying and landing a real aircraft.”
F18 Carrier Landing takes full advantage of the high processing speeds of the Intel® Atom™ processer, touch capabilities and high resolution screen of new Windows* 8.1 tablets. The games features brilliant 3D graphics, motion controls, fast-moving gameplay and much more.
“F18 Carrier Landing is exciting and fun on new Windows* tablets,” Simonetto noted. “This flying simulation offers hours of enjoyment wherever a player may be.”
Due to the development support provided by Intel, RORTOS is looking into further opportunities for new games on that take advantage of the unique capabilities of new Windows* 8.1 tablets.
RORTOS is an independent developer based out of Verona, Italy that specializes in flight-oriented games. For more information visit: www.rortos.it.
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