Lunar Flight heads to Mars in new free content

Mars (Curiosity Rover shot)

By on August 16, 2012 at 12:50 pm

A little while back we reviewed Lunar Flight, a space flight simulator designed right here in Australia by one of games.on.net’s very own community members, Sean “sh0v0r” Edwards. Lunar Flight has been tearing it up with the critics and on the Steam sales charts, and to celebrate the recent arrival of NASA’s Curiosity rover on Mars, Sean will be releasing a new Mars landing map.

The Mars landing map will accurately simulate the gravity and physics of a Mars landing, as well as feature dynamic dust storms which can create strong crosswinds – and of course, new achievements, objectives and a new soundtrack. You can see a video of it all in action over here, so grab it on Steam and get ready to explore Mars as well.

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Sounds like fun, even though I suck at flying the lunar module :D

 
Lord_PorkSword

darthlondar: Sounds like fun, even though I suck at flying the lunar module :D

Yeah, what he said! ;D

 
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