Learn To Fly 3



Learn to Fly 3 Game

The Learn to Fly 3 series, by Light Bringer Games, features lovable yet determined penguins who are trying to get the hang of flying. While it might look like just another Angry Birds clone, Learn to Fly 3 is anything but, as players will soon find out for themselves.

Controls and Gameplay

The controls for Learn to Fly 3 are, as they were in the previous editions, very simple to learn. The first option is to use the left and right arrow keys, or the A and D keys if someone’s computer lacks arrows, to tilt the penguin while in flight. Alternatively players can choose to use the mouse to tilt the penguin up and down while it flies toward its destination.

Every round begins the same way. The penguin, or duplicate penguin, slides down a ramp and sails into the air. Players then have to guide it to get as much distance as possible, or to destroy obstacles like ice bergs when they eventually do crop up to get in the way. As players do more and more flights for longer and longer distances, they’ll earn cash and bonuses. Those can then be turned right around and used to purchase upgrades varying from rocket packs and jet boosters to explosive payloads for destroying the obstacles that get in the player’s way. The further the penguins go, and the more stuff they destroy, the bigger the player’s bonuses and the more upgrades will be available.

Gameplay Modes

There are different gameplay modes available, but not all of them will be open for play at first. Story mode involves the ongoing quest for the penguin to learn how to fly, and all the obstacles along the way. Arcade mode allows for players who just want to go at it to log right in and start blowing up ice bergs left and right. Classic mode is for those who want something more akin to the first game.

Tips and Tricks

First and foremost, take a few rounds to get comfortable with the guidance system. This is also true of any upgrade that a player grabs as well; always know how to maneuver before you attempt to actually hit anything with it.

Turn off the sound to narrow distractions. Learn to Fly 3 is not a game where sound effects actually mean anything to the player (unlike a first person shooter where the sound of footsteps or growls could be the warning they need), and as such it can be an aid to play if there’s no sound. It may not be as fun though, so there is a trade off.

Play Learn to Fly 3 For Free!

While there are a lot of websites out there that charge money for players to have fun, we’ve never believed in that. Anyone who wants to play Learn to Fly 3, or any of dozens of other games, just has to log on and enjoy. All we ask is that they bring their friends as well!