Monday, April 25, 2011

Infinite Flight - The first Flight Simulator for Windows Phone 7


We're proud to announce we've finally shipped our second and biggest game for Windows Phone 7!

“Infinite Flight” is the first Flight Simulator for Windows Phone 7 and it is now available in the marketplace!

Here’s a list of what version 1.0 has to offer:

  • Cessna 172SP Trainer Aircraft (More to come!)

  • 15 Airports in the San Francisco Bay Area

  • Realistic Flight Model

  • Interactive Flight Lessons

  • Autopilot (Altitude and Heading)

  • 4 time presets (Sunrise, Day, Sunset and Night)

  • Weather settings: Wind direction and intensity, visibility...

  • Yoke helper for easy handling of the airplane

  • Final Approach Path Display to help with landings

  • Realistic sounds

  • 5 Camera Modes

  • Runway lights

  • Automatic Logbook (entries added for each flight)

  • Leaderboards

  • Achievements


We’re eager for feedback so do not hesitate to contact us with comments, ideas, feature requests...

If you want to stay updated, follow us on twitter at @flyingdevstudio for more updates, or “Like” the Infinite Flight’s Facebook Page!

We can also be reached at





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Ryo said...

Any chance for a demo? Or at least a video of the game in action?

mlaban said...

We're going to release a video showing the gameplay soon, stay tuned.

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Andrew said...

Looks great but, Infinite Flight locks up on me at "Loading: 95%" (both in Tutorial and Let Me Fly). I haven't been able to get it to work, yet.

Howard Bloom said...

Please make this compatible with the iPhone 4! It looks Great!

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philippe said...

Hi Andrew,

Sorry you are having issues with Infinite Flight. Did you try rebooting your phone before launching the game ?
If you are still having issues could you send us an email at with informations about your phone.


Justin said...

Any chance we might see this developed for other smartphone OS's such as Android?

philippe said...

Hi Justin,

There is no apparent technical road block and we did prepare for the possibility. For now we are focused on bringing more features and new content in order to deserve the respect in the Flight Simulation community.
So to answer your question directly, yes there are good chances you might see this developed on other platforms. "When" is another question that we can't answer at this early stage :)


John Lop said...

Great game! I bought it and all I can say is its simply epic. The new features that could prove to be popular in my opinion are military aircraft, jetliners, and maybe even helicopters. Other airports could be KLAX and JFK

Bazpants said...

Nice to have a flight simulator.
More planes, more airports and more flight lessons and perfect.
Looking forward to future updates.


Bazpants said...

Military aircraft's could be a improvements but also the 747 and the A380 would be a nice add to the app.
Go away with your JFK airport.

What we need is Dublin airport and maybe London added etc.

Z IV said...

Great App, enjoying it on my HD7.
Thanks for starting with this OS!!!

Jay said...

Really good app. It's nice to see WP7 getting some love with devs. The tilt controls are a bit awkward although maybe that's just me. I'm sure it will benefit greatly from the gyro sensor in next-gen Mango phones. If I can add a personal request it would be for my home airport of MDW.

beasty said...

Great game! Properly hooked. Finding it difficult to work out the landing angles for the runways until it is too late. Also some predetermined take off/landing journeys would prevent aimless game play. Oh and London Heathrow/Gatwick goes without saying.

beasty said...

...and some action replays for landings etc would also be good.

David said...

Fantastic work! +1 on the comment about other platform develoment. Especially the Android and iPhone (probably harder for iPhone but not impossible). The Win7 phone is not a good phone OS to buy - Android scares the pants off it!, so would be far more profitable for you to develop it for other platforms.
Obviously memory restrictions mean development for scenery expansion etc very difficult. But would love to see development of a IFR panels that are readable and realistic.
Well done! Make sure you get a develoment thread going on the forums.

mlaban said...

Thanks David!

Any suggestions on where to open this thread in the avsim forums?

beasty said... distance travelled per journey & per port....anyone gonna comment?

cool guy said...

could we have the f22 raptor

philippe said...


We are actively working on bringing our first fighter jet into Infinite Flight. It is not quite ready yet (fighter jet physics is a bit tricky) but it is coming soon. In the meantime, our latest update just appeared on the Marketplace and include a brand new A380 :) Enjoy

Bazpants said...

Fighter jet, looking good.
Please develop more functions of the auto pilot.
The auto pilot is handy for long flights and while I work I can keep the flight going etc.

Thanks Flight Dev studio :)

David said...

Hi Mlaban,
I recently added a post about your sim on under this thread
(Under 'Other Forums/Other flightsimulation software) Simply created a new thread.
Trouble is there have been no replies becuase no one has browsed that deep... so I'd tend to post it under the main FSX forums to grab ppls attention.
I've just purchased an Andrioid phone (Samsung Galaxy S2) which splats all over the Iphone. Would love a sim for it! :o)

PS. Feel free to PM me on the Avsim forums (also take a look a the videos for the new Precision Manuals B737-800 - amazing stuff).

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