The city is your swing set when you are a shadowy stick figure with Spiderman-like powers. Soar through epic skylines...just be careful not to get too close to the ground if you don't want to go to pieces.
SPECT is an addictive space shooter. Use your auto fire, missiles and shield to protect your spaceship against enemy ships and asteroids. How long will you survive? Improve your reactions and challenge your high score constantly!
Ladies and gentlemen, an important announcement: Can the best airport manager please report to the airboss at the fun terminal? Complete difficult tasks to land airplanes, control each take-off and avoid costly crashes. Earn income targets to advance to the next level and watch out for emergency planes that cannot be slowed down. Fasten your seatbelt and fly into a zone of calm airspace control. Clear skies and great play ahead.
For centuries, or perhaps even millennia, one of the greatest dreams of mankind has been flight. We see birds soar through the sky and we want the same for ourselves. Sure, we've achieved this goal in the past 100 or so years thanks to the invention of airplanes, helicopters, hot-air balloons, and other skyward human vessels. However, we still long to strap on a pair of wings and flap up towards the sun. In these games, you can live out various dreams of flight, either inside an aircraft or just by soaring through the open air. It's only on the computer, of course, but it's free and totally safe! If you ask us, that counts as the next best thing. Pilot traditional airplanes, including fighter jets and old prop planes, or crazy contraptions of the imagination. Try flying around as a winged creature, like a (flappy) bird or even a dragon. You can, alternatively, fight dragons. You can also operate a UFO or ride waves of air on a hoverboard. Plus, you can soar around town as a female superhero. Another animal that would probably like to fly? Penguins! You can help make their dreams come true with a penguin cannon and a bunch of helpful obstacles that will bounce them further along their way towards a flight distance record.