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Airplane flying game










Image Number 16 for United States Patent #5102126.

A toy game consists of a map hung beneath a ceiling or a pole, a model aircraft suspended from a map by flexible, plastic string, and a double remote control--one for flight control and another for altitude control. It is operated indoors or outdoors. The aircraft maneuvers including take-off, climb, descent, and landing are controlled by operators. The system consists of tracks in hanger going along the border of the map of the United States of America, an upper motor, a lower motor in fuselage of aircraft, wheels, wired-plastic string, a battery box, bulbs, electric wires and cables. The upper motor is used for propelling to simulate an aircraft flight with all features along border for locating states and cities. The lower motor is used to make altitude changes. The purpose of AIRPLANE FLYING GAME is to help memorizing the location of states and cities. It is an entertainment game but an educational toy as well.








 
 
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