Maura, Norway - aPilotsQuest is a flight game that was relaunched February 25th. The games´ new release features 36 missions set to the beautiful countryside over France. It is now released in updated version in seven new languages. Starting out in a WWI double decker, the player is able to collect coins from shooting down airplanes and other enemy characters appearing on the journey. The coins can then be used to upgrade the airplane and get new weapons.

The special feature of the game, VOICE IN, lets the user create some of the sounds that are used in the game. Some of these sounds include the sound of a machine gun shooting, the sound of the bombs exploding, and the sound of the pilot´s voice. 

Controlling the aeroplane is done by Apple´s famous gyroscope and accelerometer, giving the user an even more intense and fun flying experience. 

aPilotsQuest is not a classical shooter, but an adventure game that fits all ages and nationalities. The game is now just released in Spanish, German, French, Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Russian, in order to capture international audiences.

The updated game is already receiving good reviews:

“App Store has a lot of adventure games, but it won’t be easy for you to find an engaging game that suits kids. I am sure there are not many in this area. Only a few of them worth even a try. Let me introduce an impressive new game today. aPilotsQuest….”

Appsonite plans to release three new worlds in this game the coming year.

Appsonite is a company registered in Norway, which create and market mobile applications. Appsonite has also released the Job Interview Video Tutorial App, aVirtualInterview.

For more information about this game please visit or email If you want to schedule an interview please contact Robin Gronvold at  

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