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Nov 25, 2010
Rock, Paper, Shotgun - email@example.com (Quintin Smith)
Who remembers Pushing Tin, eh? Mel Gibson’s finest role. That long hair, that bit where he threw that big sword at a guy. “You can take our land, but you can never take… our freedom!” Great, great movie.
Well, with the release of Flight Control HD on Steam you can push a bit of tin– wait, that was Braveheart. Nevermind. So, Flight Control HD is a game that tasks you with landing all sorts of planes and helicopters, sketching out little flight paths for them and trying to get them all to their colour-coded landing strips before an inevitable mid-air collision ends your game. I’ve had a play, and it’s pretty good. (more…)