I think we're talking about two different games here. The first, called Airline Pilot by Sega, features three display screens(as can be seen in the link provided by N751PR) The second game, I believe is called High Speed Landing Japan by Taito. This game has only a single screen.
The Airline Pilot game can be found at most Dave & Buster's, while the High Speed Landing game seems to be scattered around. I played the High Speed Landing game at the game center at San Francisco's Pier Boardwalk. And it was also at the game center in the New York, New York hotel in Las Vegas. While in Vegas, I stopped by Gameworks, what a disappointment. A bunch of tired OLD games. Gamers looking for the newest and the best should avoid this place like the plague! Dave & Buster's seems to be the best place for the newest and best selection of games.
In my opinion, Airline Pilot is definitely the better of the two! Complete the "training portion" of the game(including engine out procedures) and become "co-pilot" qualified, and be treated to a special assignment of landing in a raging storm with strong crosswinds. Ever crab a 777 in a storm? I did, and it was a blast! Landing was also fun in the crosswind.
On a side note, I always love to hear the wannbees behind me(while I'm playing) talking smak about how that's soooo easy. Blah, blah, blah. Sure, anyone that understands the principles of flight and the flight controls, WILL MAKE IT
LOOK EASY, but to the layman who doesn't know squat and can't stop bragging how easy it is to his girlfriend.......I just usually let them play next and stand there and watch as they totally OVERCONTROL and make an arse out of themselves in front of their girlfriend. After he's crashed and is getting up from the game, I can't help but smile at him. You dork!
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