Blue Angels – Aerobatic Sim Launch Party on July 17
RORTOS, an Italian game developer and the U.S. Navy are inviting journalists to join their media day to celebrate the launch of Blue Angels – Aerobatic Sim, a flight sim game that launches July 17th for the Android and ioS, and later this year for the PC and Xbox platform. Meet RORTOS’ CEO Roberto Simonetto and Game Designer Moreno Lovato, along with representatives from the U.S. Navy at the celebration.
Check out the gameplay video of Blue Angels – Aerobatic Sim, featuring some gameplay footage:
“Members of the media are invited to join RORTOS as it demonstrates the game and discusses the installation of Blue Angels – Aerobatic Sim on kiosks inside the National Naval Aviation Musuem. After the gameplay presentation, journalists are invited to play the game and talk one-on-one with the RORTOS team. This event will mark the first time the game will be publicly displayed. The innovative flight sim provides the opportunity for players of all ages and gaming experience to test themselves in the famous acrobatics of the prestigious Blue Angels.
U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron the Blue Angels will perform aerial acrobatics at the Pensacola Beach Air Show Saturday, July 16.
WHEN: Sunday, July 17, 2016 from 1-3 p.m.
WHERE: Blue Angels Atrium (Inside the National Naval Aviation Museum) 1750 Radford Blvd, Pensacola, FL 32508
- Take on the role of one of the pilots from the U.S. Navy aerobatic team
- The game has been officially licensed by the U.S. Navy and designed for fans of flight, acrobatics, and flight demonstrations.
- Reproduction of all official maneuvers of the U.S. Navy Blue Angels
- Players can fly as a soloist and in demonstration formation.
- Accurate reproduction of air show locations
- Additive mode enables players to invent their own acrobatic figure.
- Air show mode allows users to perform their own air show at their favorite location.
- The flight sim launches July 17 for Android and iOS and later this year for the PC and XBOX.”
For more information on Blue Angels – Aerobatic Sim, visit its official website.