Sunday, March 11, 2012

Infinite Flight 2.2 for Windows Phone

The iOS certification mess gave us some time to work on the Windows Phone version of Infinite Flight a bit earlier than we anticipated. We're happy to announce that we've pushed it to Microsoft for certification today.

Here is the list of features:

- Added the Airbus 321 (US Airways Livery, our most detailed model yet!)
- Fixed issues with airplane going under the terrain in certain situations
- Better runway lighting
- Lots of performance improvements
- New user account system (to keep scores, flight time and user data across devices)

Compared to our previous updates, this one is pretty lean. The main reason behind this is that we spent a lot of time working on the iOS version. Fortunately, it brought a lot of improvements over to the Windows Phone version of Infinite Flight!
The most noticeable one is the frame rate. This is a side effect of the optimizations we had to implement in order to reach a decent frame rate on the iPod Touch and iPhone 4 (Slow A4 Processor).
Some of the optimizations were on pure iOS code, but many were in the code that is shared by both platforms. This won't make much of a difference on last generation Windows Phones (HTC Titan, Nokia Lumia's, etc...) but those of you using older generation Windows Phones will see a big change!

Keep your eyes open for 2.2 as we expect an answer from Microsoft during the week.


Anonymous said...

Looks like it didn't made it yet.

Anonymous said...

Dear Sir or Madam,

I received an update yesterday, March 20th for my Infinite Flight game on my Samsung Windows 7 phone, through ATT. The download went through fine but the game does not play. It is stuck at the Infinite flight startup screen.

Any help would be appreciated!

Thank you,


Dre said...

Another issue with the latest update; roll is now reversed...when I roll right the aircraft rolls left. I am on an HTC HD7...please fix.

Also, thanks for keeping us WP7 customers in mind.


Dre said...

Please disregard previous post...after a complete phone power off (shut down)...aircraft(s) are rolling properly...again thanks for the updates! :-)

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