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Pilotwings Resort

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Platform: 3DS
Tags: Simulation, Flight
Developer: Monster Games


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Pilotwings Resort review

Reviewed March 31, 2011

Jason Venter says: "There are more than 40 missions, the game’s packaging cheerfully notes, but those missions typically can be completed within 2 or 3 minutes each. A higher score and a better star rating are your only reason to return to a mission once you satisfy its conditions, and once you unlock the next tier of missions, you might not wish to revisit the early challenges at all."
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