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TU-46

TU-46

TU-46, a sequel of TU 95, is an interesting game for everyone who loves aircrafts. In the game, you will control a 1970s Airline Simulator. You have to create an image for your Airline along other airline competitors. Try to shine in the daily newspaper, every airline has its deadline, be the last one to stick around. Before we begin there is a number of things to keep in mind.
Flaps are important to understand, it can be very difficult to land without the right flaps position. There are three types of flap positions, take off, normal and landing, these are all quite self explanatory and do exactly that. Gear (Wheels): while flying it’s highly recommended to close the gear “G”, these things can brake or jamm during fast speeds. In that case you will just have to land without the gear. It’s very important to land with your back wheels first, not front! To achieve this use either normal flaps or landing flaps. Overspeed: you are decending too quick, your palan can overspeed. Overspeeding causes passenger injuries, try to never overspeed. Turbo Mode “Z”: and of course “Z” is a rather important key to remember, very useful in long flights. Almost like an Auto-pilot (but not).
Flight: It’s recommended to fly at a high altitude, in case engine fail, you will have enough time to restart the engine. Autosave: The game saves automatically, you can leave and continue your game later. 

How to play? Now you should get used to controls first. Control the aircraft speed with upwards and downwards. Control the aircraft rotation with leftwards and rightwards. Start engine with I, toggle gear with G, change flaps with F, press spacebar to turn around, use E to extinguish, use Z for long flights, game speeds up by 16 times, press M to mute sounds, P to pause game.

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TU-46, a sequel of TU 95, is an interesting game for everyone who loves aircrafts. In the game, you will control a 1970s Airline Simulator. You have to create an image for your Airline along other airline competitors. Try to shine in the daily newspaper, every airline has its deadline, be the last one to stick around. Before we begin there is a number of things to keep in mind.
Flaps are important to understand, it can be very difficult to land without the right flaps position. There are three types of flap positions, take off, normal and landing, these are all quite self explanatory and do exactly that. Gear (Wheels): while flying it’s highly recommended to close the gear “G”, these things can brake or jamm during fast speeds. In that case you will just have to land without the gear. It’s very important to land with your back wheels first, not front! To achieve this use either normal flaps or landing flaps. Overspeed: you are decending too quick, your palan can overspeed. Overspeeding causes passenger injuries, try to never overspeed. Turbo Mode “Z”: and of course “Z” is a rather important key to remember, very useful in long flights. Almost like an Auto-pilot (but not).
Flight: It’s recommended to fly at a high altitude, in case engine fail, you will have enough time to restart the engine. Autosave: The game saves automatically, you can leave and continue your game later. 

How to play? Now you should get used to controls first. Control the aircraft speed with upwards and downwards. Control the aircraft rotation with leftwards and rightwards. Start engine with I, toggle gear with G, change flaps with F, press spacebar to turn around, use E to extinguish, use Z for long flights, game speeds up by 16 times, press M to mute sounds, P to pause game.