Learn to fly now has a third chapter—Learn to Fly 3 Unblocked. The game boasts, among other things, a cornucopia of new updates, starting with players being assigned a totally new mission.
As a player, all you have to do is help a fat, nonflying penguin reach the moon. Everything appears super easy at first, but as you play and try to get to the depth of it, that’s when it occurs to you that the game is just as challenging as any other.
First, you have to help build a powerful rocket from scratch using waste tools such as trash cans.
Compared to the previous Learn to Fly versions, Learn to Fly 3 Unblocked comes with a series of upgrades that will be taking you two to three hours to unlock.
It’s also to be noted that the upgrades are to be bought with the money you earn during flight tests. Even more important, to win this game, you have to consider the damage birds and wind are likely to cause to your spacecraft.
Learn to Fly 3 can be played both at work or at home. You can also change the look of your penguin or incorporate your own Muzak to the game menu.
Everything on the game revolves around a fuzzy NASA penguin. Your role as a player is to help him reach the moon.
You have to do whatever it takes to get him there even if it means spending your entire life in the game grinding and doing minor tweaks to the rocket.
The game requires that you launch yourself every day using the available materials. You get to earn in the process, with the cash being used to purchase new additions or upgrade your machine.
Your goal is to make the rocket fly even faster and farther, and in the end help the penguin reach the moon.
You also get to unlock many components along the way, which is the reason the game becomes even more challenging as you near the end.
Some of the components you unlock work better with lightweight materials. Your assembly also gets heavier the more you unlock the components. You have to be clever enough to factor all that in your plays to make your flight even more assuring.
Worth mentioning is the unlocking of boost, which enables you to fly with WASD. Things get even trickier when you learn that you could also switch your aircraft body.
The game’s control is a no brainer.
. – Use Left and Right buttons to steer. A and D button are the alternative buttons performing the same task.
. – Use the Up button for boosts. The W button will still get you the job done.
. – The Down button should make the spacecraft stop. You could as well use the S button to do the same.
. – Use buttons 1, 2, 3 and 4 for single boosts.
Learn to Fly 2 unlocked is a little more advanced than the previous versions. It has fantastic animated visuals and a great deal of humor. In short, it has everything one would expect in such a game after testing the previous versions.