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Learn to Fly 2

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Jun 27, 2011 | 12:31 PM EDT

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Alright, finally up for Newgrounds guys, my apologies for the wait! Of course, the game has exclusive content but is fully unlocked just for the newgrounds community! Now if that doesn't deserve a perfect 5/5!

**First update within 3 minutes from release... I forgot a debugging button in the shop screen XD

You learned how to fly, but Icebergs stopped you and crushed your dreams. Get revenge!

Use the left/right arrows or A/D to steer, space bar to use boost, any key to activate special sleighs. (All controls can be customized in the option menu, with the possibility to use the mouse instead of the keyboard)



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This is good ... REALLY good!

The intro animation is funny and very well made! The game itself is amazingly funny! xD More of these hilarious games please! ^^

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

play arcade for BP

best tip i can give, play the arcade for those bp for whatever u want outta the bp shop (i recommend the ramp angle changer first sos u can play around with it to find what u want from it)
gliders and sleds r personal preference
payload explosives: 1 kill... (awesome)
weighted payloads: hit high, hit with speed can get 2-3 kills late game :) dont rely on it for the final wall use an explosive
max ramp height length and fuel


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Rad sleigh ride.

This was pretty fun, unfortunately I couldn't pick up where I left off... Also... medals would be cool right?

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


P.S. If you wan't modes, Just click the birds beak in the Menu :)

Your welcome.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Almost 10/10

But I'm afraid I had to dock a point as the Cast Iron had "Fe26" written on it, presumably as the chemical symbol and the isotope.
Sadly, while the atomic number of Iron is 26 (ie the number of protons, unique for each element), the isotope depends on the number of neutrons and is designated on the overall atomic weight of the nucleus.
Ie Fe56 and Fe55 are two different isotopes of iron. Fe26 doesn't exist.

There is no point writing the atomic number next to the element symbol as it's always the same.