With Spaceflight Simulator, it’s your chance to build your own rocket or crash your own rocket. Or both! Even though Spaceflight Simulator has been around for awhile, it’s still a timely app, what with the likes of Elon Musk and Space X launching rockets such as the Falcon Heavy into space using reusable boosters and such.
But no, with Spaceflight Simulator, you can’t quite reuse your boosters (at least not that I know of), but you can build all kinds of wackily (sp?) configured rockets using various arrays of rocket parts to help you blast off (or crash) into the far reaches of outer space. It’s fun, in the way that crash landing at high velocity and disintegrating in a ball of fire is fun.
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
You can, if you build a rocket just right, with the right number of engines, booster rockets, fuel, and a parachute, blast off and send your spacecraft to any planet you want. And if you’re good enough: you might even return in one piece. Check out the following Spaceflight Simulator video to see that anything is indeed possible, like traveling to Mercury, and back:
Developer: Stefo Mai Morojna
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