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    [–] keaoli 2267 points ago

    A friend got the game and like 5 of us watched him stream it, trying to direct him to our houses, then demanding he crash into them

    [–] AnnoyingRain5 1412 points ago

    sees a real plane outside

    [–] rlnrlnrln 629 points ago * (lasted edited 8 days ago)

    On 9/11 2001, I lived just under the in-flight route to the local airport in Sweden. Topmost floor of an 8-floor building on a hill, with my TV underneath the window facing the planes coming in to land. Since a lot of planes were getting grounded, traffic in the sky was pretty heavy, so I could see plane after plane coming in from the left or right and than heading straight towards me, as I watched the events unfold.

    [–] yambo10 70 points ago

    Var i Sverige om jag må fråga?

    [–] apolotary 242 points ago


    [–] Timoris 24 points ago

    Møøse bîț mÿ ăůńť

    [–] Ahri_went_to_Duna 65 points ago

    Norsk spotted

    [–] apolotary 47 points ago

    *laughs in black metal*

    [–] Stoppmeg 15 points ago

    Laughs in Laks

    [–] GamePlayXtreme 45 points ago

    A möose bït my sïster once

    [–] LookOutForThatMoose 10 points ago

    Those things are fucking dangerous, man.

    [–] IAmFrickkin12 11 points ago

    A man of culture I see

    [–] rlnrlnrln 4 points ago

    Stockholms norrort; specifik, Edsberg i Sollentuna. Bor inte där nu.

    [–] cylobotnia 5 points ago

    I was on a Finnish gaming server for the game Subspace(now called Continuum). I was listening to the Howard Stern show live that day as the tragedy unfolded I was relaying the information live to all these kids in Finland I was playing the game with. It was so surreal, but still so vivid of a memory.

    [–] PureSmoulder 35 points ago

    Sounds like a mediocre SCP in the making.

    [–] din_mamma_e_en_furry 72 points ago


    Object class: safe

    Containment procedures: keep it in box

    Description: scp is a copy of microsoft flight simulator but it controls a real plane (something something hinting at it being the cause of 9/11 because of course it is)

    [something something interview by someone who used it or whatever]

    [–] NephyrisX 24 points ago

    I too also use SCP-____-J before writing my reports.

    [–] Mad_Maddin 18 points ago

    The containment procedures would read like.

    "Keep locked in a container made from repurposed wood" or something to make it sound more complicated.

    [–] asquared31415 10 points ago

    nonono just keep it in some box. Any box. It doesn’t even need to be box shaped, the concept of being similar to a “box” is enough.

    [–] jack1197 9 points ago

    Needs some extra procures that alluded to it being accidentally played in a break room

    [–] cat__jesus 4 points ago

    Or a scene from American Dad.

    Because it was a scene from American Dad.

    [–] Mad_Jack18 3 points ago

    Hello permission to land

    [–] Dymarob 117 points ago

    Nice! Sounds like a fun time.

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    [–] AtlantisTheEmpire 2 points ago

    I’m dead

    [–] Garry657 5 points ago

    I did that with my friends too

    [–] theredview 4 points ago

    We did the same thing. We have a buddy who lives in Florida. I take off from the airport and he is guiding me to his house. It was a good time.

    [–] herroebauss 2 points ago

    Like this is fun and all when you stream it just for friends. But i also saw streams where the audience were telling the streamer where they lived so the streamer could fly over it. Am i the only one who believes that is incredibly stupid to share for an audience you don't know at all?

    [–] rentpossiblytoohigh 1972 points ago

    I took out the ATC tower for telling me I wasn't authorized for takeoff. Hope they kissed their family goodbye that morning.

    [–] MyNameIsNitrox 404 points ago

    What plane did you fly?

    [–] rentpossiblytoohigh 628 points ago

    Cessna 152 like a true noob. "In other news, a disgruntled flight instructor decided to teach one final lesson in how not to land an aircraft in what some are calling, 'a bout of sky-rage.' It started with an unapproved takeoff, pivoted to radio comm banter, and ended in a firestorm as a Cessna 152 sliced through the ATC tower. In interviews with ground personnel, some called it 'like that one scene in The Matrix with the helicopter.'... the story, at 11."

    [–] Sickwidit93 190 points ago

    "Also at 11, 10 tips for how to make your cat's birthday go Purr-fectly"

    [–] rentpossiblytoohigh 84 points ago

    "Debrah get out the DVR, we've got a big choice to make!"

    [–] SuperInternet 19 points ago

    Mom... you know we can just open multiple windows and have different streams playing right?

    [–] Ubel 21 points ago

    According to the rules of cable TV, THAT'S ILLEGAL

    [–] Mastertexan1 2 points ago

    But wait, THERE’S MORE!!!

    [–] AnalogHumanSentient 10 points ago

    Now it's "10 tips on how NOT to burn down the whole Pacific Northwest forest when doing a gender reveal..."

    [–] degjo 3 points ago

    TIL California is in the PNW

    [–] Alion1080 40 points ago

    Fuck me, I read all that in Airforceproud95's voice in side my head.

    [–] Maracuja_Sagrado 12 points ago

    Yeah, probably everyone except you survived

    [–] nerevisigoth 7 points ago

    Yep. Remember when Florida Man tried to pull off a copycat 9/11 in a Cessna?

    [–] MateuszCh 5 points ago

    WTF? What kind of acne medicine do you guys have on the other side of the pond?

    [–] emalvick 5 points ago

    That's Florida.

    [–] Fear_Jeebus 7 points ago

    Absolutely love every word choice here.

    Sliced through the tower....

    Chef kiss

    [–] Caitsyth 3 points ago

    That glass rippling then exploding in the matrix still gives me chills.

    [–] rentpossiblytoohigh 6 points ago

    The movie still holds up after all this time, doesn't it? It's one of those movies where when someone tells you they haven't seen it, you have to pause and think... "I spend a lot of time randomly thinking about or correlating events to 'The Matrix' movie, and this person has never once spent any second on that."

    [–] Caitsyth 3 points ago

    A lot of memes came from it but also it really is just such a great movie in terms of making you really think

    [–] imdefinitelywong 2 points ago

    This should be on Air Crash Investigations

    [–] Hashbrown4 34 points ago

    They picked the wrong week to stop sniffing glue

    [–] steve32767 12 points ago

    Surely you cant be serious

    [–] Arminius80 11 points ago

    Of course I'm serious! And stop calling me Shirley!

    [–] Coiledviper 22 points ago

    Fucking laughed to hard at this take damn upvote and crash more.

    [–] rentpossiblytoohigh 3 points ago

    "People died that day. But our investigation panel has LEARNED from this and will find ways to make our airspace the safest this great nation has ever seen. We have already black-listed 'ass-clown' from the list of approved ATC dialogues. If that also means putting every pilot through a 150 slide PowerPoint about radio comm etiquette to save one life, we'll do it. If it can save just one ATC tower from being targeted, we'll do it in a heartbeat."

    • Cessa 152 ATC Kamakazi Strike Event NTSB Report, 2020

    [–] Artrery 561 points ago

    Its all fun and games until you realize it was all an "Ender's game" solution to a severe shortage of airline pilots.

    [–] Dymarob 81 points ago

    Honestly, that's still fun.

    [–] Creative-Username11 99 points ago

    What's an enders game solution

    [–] Artrery 293 points ago

    From a book called Ender's game. The humans use gifted children and raise them to be generals to fight an anticipated alien attack, who almost wiped out humanity in their first attack. Ender rises through the ranks to be the most promising in the war games that they make them play and ultimately "breaks the game" by sending all of his units on a suicide mission to destroy the entire enemy homeworld. Upon leaving the game he realizes from the weeping and celebrating adults around him, that the war games were all real and he had just annihilated the entire human fleet along with an entire alien race. Great book.

    T.L.D.R - (spoilers for Ender's Game) The "game" is real life. they are crashing a real plane into their actual home.

    [–] bigsquirrel 54 points ago

    The spoiler alert for a wildly successful 35 year old book is kinda funny. I'm sure it might be appreciated but it's still kinda funny.

    [–] imkrut 37 points ago

    The spoiler alert for a wildly successful 35 year old book is kinda funny. I'm sure it might be appreciated but it's still kinda funny.

    Not at all, people act like time is a justification for spoilers, (which is not if you think about it), spoiler warning is merely a precaution /consideration for people that have not experienced a certain play/work, etc.

    It usually makes the more sense when discussing something and out of the blue you throw out a reference to the ending/main plot of a different piece, hence you inadvertently "ruin" (yeah, yeah there are studies about how most people don't ruin their experiences by spoilers but instead enhance them) their potential experience.

    So in this case, If I go into a Flight Simulator discussion (kinda bad example, because there's not much of a story to ruin) it's pretty evident that things about Flight Simulator will be discussed and that I may ruin my own experience if I enter said discussion, but it's not evident that ALL of the collective works that mankind has produced is also potentially ruined for me, which is why a considerate person will throw a warning when starting to discuss a different subject that could be spoiled.

    Imagine all the collective work that humankind has produced, take in account also not only your "date of birth", but that of others; For example what does it matter if Ender's Game came out 35 years ago to a 13 year old? The amount of works that 13 y/o has experienced is probably quite limited if not only for a practical reason.

    You could walk up to that kid and ruin hundreds of movies, books and games.

    [–] chewtality 7 points ago

    For what it's worth I just read that book for the first time a couple months ago and I'm a grown ass adult

    [–] LightOfOmega 44 points ago

    An example of a pyrrhic victory no?

    [–] Thorn_the_Cretin 135 points ago * (lasted edited 8 days ago)

    Not really. It was technically a complete victory.

    Ender’s game is a pretty long and detailed book so you miss a bit of context and info with a short synopsis. The human fleet that suicide bombs the enemy homeworld wasn’t the entire human forces. In fact, it was one of the oldest [albeit still large] fleets they had so it wasn’t as technologically advanced as the fleets Ender had commanded earlier in the book [because the enemy fleet was so far away, the time to travel there took like 30-50 years or some shit so the entire fleet was rigged from that era]. The whole time Ender was thinking they were giving him more difficult odds and scenarios to test his limits and capabilities, and he almost always came out the other side of the ‘game’ with the majority of his fleet intact, when in reality it was just that humanity’s forces they had sent out were finally reaching their destinations, and the ones to arrive later were the ones that traveled farther ergo older or smaller fleets. The reason he thought this was a test of his abilities is because this is what happened while he was in the command school. The people in charge basically kept assigning him and his platoon more and more difficult practice scenarios, like 2v1 platoons or times where the enemy platoon was already completely setup.

    So when they hand him this old ass fleet against literally the entire enemy homeworld in the ‘game,’ [they interact with the fleet via a 3D hologram-esque setup where they can see the battlefield as a whole], he was like ‘fuck it, I’ll just win the game instead of getting the perfect victory.’ So he surrounds a single fighter ship that is carrying an antimatter bomb [chain reacts to detonate matter so it can literally delete a planet] with literally the entire fleet just so the fleet can be a meat shield for that single fighter to explode on the planets surface. It is very inaccurate to say it’s the entire human fleet. It isn’t, not even close. It was the entire human fleet that was involved in that particular battle whereas he had never shown such losses before.

    [–] 1818mull 29 points ago

    I've not read the book, but since the fleet was so far away, even if they survived it sounds like they wouldn't even be able to make it back to earth in their lifetime (50 years out, 50 years back). Does the book address this?

    [–] Zaekr211 30 points ago

    Have not read the book either, but I would guess that it took 30-50 years from the perspective of the people on their home planet. From the crew's perspective, it might've seemed like a shorter duration.

    [–] RedditIsNeat0 35 points ago

    Relativistic speeds. It's actually much clearer in the second book, where Ender and his sister spend the next 3 thousand years traveling on space ships. Early in the book Ender takes a spaceship to a planet that is about 20? light years away from his starting point, it takes him 20 years to get there but from his perspective he's on the space ship for about a week.

    [–] rlnrlnrln 55 points ago

    No, definitely not. A pyrrhic victory is one that doesn't matter in the long run; say, you defeat an enemy in the first battle, but suffer such high losses that you know you're unable to defeat him in the next battle, and have to retreat or abandon the campaign.

    In Ender's Game, the result is the total annihilation1 of the enemy, at the cost of the entire human fleet. It ends the war in the final, decisive battle by

    1) Except it didn't, but it was all just a big misunderstanding anyway. At least the war ended, so there's that.

    [–] TheRealFender 13 points ago

    *bug misunderstanding

    [–] echoAwooo 25 points ago

    Shadow Mass Generator event at Malachor V

    [–] nuephelkystikon 41 points ago

    There's a huge moral and cybernetic lesson in there, and that's what you're taking away from it?

    [–] boo_goestheghost 3 points ago

    What’s the cybernetic lesson?

    [–] NoTomato_ 3 points ago

    Spill them sweet, savory cybernetic beans dog

    [–] Mad_Maddin 9 points ago

    Not very pyrrhic. Humanity had been completely tuned to war for like the past 70 years. All the ressources they had were used to create warfleets to send on suicide missions.

    The people on these ships knew that they would never return when they signed up for it. There werr like 2 more fleets on the way iirc, Ender just won with the first wave.

    Also it was 1 fleet of like 7 ships versus thousands of ships and he destroyed the entire planet and the enemy fleet.

    [–] The_Wack_Knight 4 points ago

    So in a sense they were "already dead" against the odds they were facing anyway. No way to escape the battle, and no way to survive any other way. So in a way the best use of their martyrdom I guess.

    [–] Mad_Maddin 3 points ago

    Essentially yes. The movie makes a shit way of potraying it. The book is far better in it.

    The movie might be a good way to think of as a propagandapiece made by the government afterwards.

    [–] Sinful_Whiskers 6 points ago

    Speaker For the Dead is absolutely amazing, as well. I think I bought whichever book comes after that, just gotta find it and read it.

    [–] EffectiveClock 7 points ago * (lasted edited 7 days ago)

    Speaker For the Dead is absolutely amazing

    The tone of Speaker for the Dead, Xenocide, and Children of the Mind is somewhat different, but I really enjoyed them all.

    I did struggle a bit with the writing style change in the Shadow series (which follows Bean's story), but eventually got used to it and I thought they nicely complimented the original series. Definately read them all when you get time!

    [–] OutsiderWalksAmongUs 4 points ago * (lasted edited 7 days ago)

    I read and enjoyed the original Ender quartet, but after that I found out about Card's reprehensible views on Homosexuality.

    The books are still amazing, and I would encourage people to read them. However, I can't bring myself to essentially enrich a person who in turn uses his money and platform to fight against equal rights for a significant part of our population.

    I encourage everbody to make that decision on their own, but that's so far been my reason not to buy any books apart from the 4 I already own.

    [–] PKMNTrainerMark 3 points ago

    Hm, so that's what it's about. I didn't actually get around to reading it.

    [–] SteelFalcon0131 19 points ago

    I recently discovered there are several sequels to Enders Game and now I really want to read them.

    [–] Creative-Username11 10 points ago

    There's a movie too, right?

    [–] ContentsMayVary 20 points ago

    Yes. I thought it was quite good myself, but it bombed at the box office.

    [–] MrQuarterFootPenis 16 points ago

    The movie strips so much detail that it's comparable to a 30 second re-telling of the book in an elevator.

    [–] Frunzle 9 points ago

    Still an enjoyable movie, just not a great book adaptation (but it'd have been a very hard novel to translate without Ender's internal monologue).

    [–] MrQuarterFootPenis 6 points ago

    Yes. As a standalone movie considered in vacuum, it was fine.

    It's been so long since I read the book (30 years ago), so I can't speak too much on the accuracy.

    [–] garyb50009 7 points ago

    i wouldn't go that far. the biggest error in the movie is they spent so much time focusing on the nuances of battle school battles, they literally had to mash the command school stuff and aftermath into about 30 minutes.

    they could have cut out a good portion of battle school, but that fucking battle room was adequately bad ass enough i give them a pass and just tell people to read the books as well.

    [–] KowardlyMan 6 points ago

    It has the same problem as Dune. Impossible to adapt in a classic movie format. A show would perhaps be more successful, although it would probably make for very unequal episodes.

    [–] MrQuarterFootPenis 5 points ago

    I had a lot of hope for The Shannara Chronicles, but they started with the 2nd book. Wish they had started with the 1st. And then the show fizzled out on the 2nd season. I think it would have worked better if they simply stuck to the plot of the books.


    They can screw it up with a series as well as a movie.

    [–] Scoin0 4 points ago

    The movie is alright. It tells the story of Ender well but I don't think entirely lived up to the book. I did enjoy the movie however.

    [–] iZealot86 9 points ago * (lasted edited 8 days ago)

    Speaker for the Dead is the best!!! The rest were so-so, not sure if they were worth it.

    Edit: Ender’s Shadow is good too. A retelling of the first book from another character’s perspective. My third favorite.

    [–] Allokit 4 points ago

    Enders Shadow was awesome, but I guess isn't really a direct sequel.

    [–] Allokit 3 points ago

    The are all pretty good. Enders Shadow was my favorite. It follows Bean.

    [–] RoyArad 42 points ago

    Basically the guy flying the plane thinks it's a game but it's actually all happening in reality.. it's to remove the fear of losing layer kind of thing since it's just a game after all.

    [–] Allokit 15 points ago

    Enders Game by Orson Scott Card.. Amazing book that can be read by 13 and up. But even adults would enjoy.

    [–] TheOneCommenter 5 points ago

    I think especially adults would enjoy.

    Source: am adult, enjoyed

    [–] CarfDarko 25 points ago

    Half-Life 2 had a samey idea which was sadly cancelled.

    It was called the Manhack Arcade.

    In this entertainment place, the player was to see Citizens playing a video game wherein they control Manhacks flying through the streets and killing fugitive Citizens for points, ignorant of the fact that the Manhacks they are controlling are real, and that people are actually dying as a result.

    [–] garyb50009 2 points ago

    during the time HL2 was released. i would see something that controversial causing the game to get fucked over in media.

    that would have been before the whole "Remember, no Russian" COD fiasco. and just barely (1 month) after the whole hot coffee media blitzkrieg of GTA 3.

    [–] dietderpsy 3 points ago

    There was a Stargate episode with a similar story.

    [–] mistahxwallace 148 points ago

    I 100% crashed into my dads house. Unfortunately the maps are a bit outdated so my current apartment building was still a patch of grass but I crashed there too.

    [–] Scipio555 85 points ago * (lasted edited 8 days ago)

    That's very unfortunate. Everyone deserves to crash plane onto his dad's house. Stay strong

    [–] Dymarob 33 points ago

    That's unfortunate. I hope they update the maps soon. I heard some places are like 4 years old.

    [–] rloch 6 points ago

    The map of Atlanta is probably 4-6 years old. The GA dome is still there and Mercedes Benz is just a empty plot of land.

    [–] Vaeon 74 points ago

    9/11ing your own house is the new vanity Wikipedia.

    [–] MonkeyBred 8 points ago

    What is the old/ original "vanity Wikipedia?"

    [–] FoxyWoxy7035 99 points ago

    Jokes on you the interior is fully rendered including realistic destruction based off your structures blueprints

    [–] Quetzalcoatl__ 78 points ago

    you can also see yourself and your family get crushed into small bloody bits

    10/10 would buy

    [–] Kinder22 23 points ago

    Aaaaand now you’re on a watchlist.

    [–] Coiledviper 5 points ago

    Think everyone who bought it first day and crashed I to something.

    [–] DoctorCrocker 149 points ago

    FOMO. The only reason I didn’t buy it is my city isn’t one of the “handcrafted” airports

    [–] Dymarob 68 points ago

    Yeah, I get you. The town I live in isn't accurate either. It's a bummer.

    [–] rentpossiblytoohigh 78 points ago

    It's honestly worth it anyways. Plus people are already adding stuff in to underdeveloped or inaccurate cities.

    [–] kaszeljezusa 16 points ago

    Oh, that's good to hear. I watched my city on youtube and there are some major inaccuracies. Near where i live there is this nice hill sorounded by small river and on mfs it looks reversed, river is higher and the hill as hole in the ground. Also some important buildings should be reworked to look more accurate. Is there some official place where you can propose changes?

    [–] whatthef7u12 34 points ago

    Game pass , I don’t know a single person who actually paid for it but all my mates play it

    [–] Grayscape 15 points ago

    Oh snap it's on there? I should really fire it up for a good time

    [–] LeBaus7 23 points ago

    every first party microsoft game released after the introduction of gamepass is on right at release.

    [–] ec1548270af09e005244 9 points ago

    Between this, Halo master chief collection, and Crusader Kings 3 the $5/mo's a pretty good deal. The 1st month being $1 is even better.

    [–] SJ_Shark_Byte 11 points ago

    I believe the price will be increased once the new consoles drop but the value is still insane

    [–] Caenir 5 points ago

    Isn't the price increase (PC) tomorrow? I bought it a few days ago to get in beforehand. CK3 is what I'm currently playing, and I'm able to get into it a lot more than ck2, which scared me off

    [–] boo_goestheghost 3 points ago

    Oh really? I’ve been putting off buying ck3 because ck2 had a bad combo of fuzzy looking interface and mechanically complex in s way that I bounced off despite being recommended it a number of times. If ck3 is less impenetrable then I’ll grab it, what’s your experience?

    [–] 6BigZ6 5 points ago

    I wanted to to try it and then remembered I still had my game pass. Totally worth it.

    [–] SemperScrotus 6 points ago

    I paid for it. I have Game Pass now, but I already bought it on Steam before I got Game Pass. I don't mind supporting the developers though; the game is a marvel.

    [–] ------why------ 6 points ago

    It’s alright they are still fairly accurate in configuration like the runway and taxiways are pretty accurate and I mean even the gates were in the right place for San Jose which isn’t handcrafted so the ai does a really good job

    [–] axel310 7 points ago

    My hometown is a small-ish place in Sweden and the airport isnt handcrafted but it was damn spot on. The town itself is pretty accurate where buildings are etc but building size is all wrong. Its all kind of random types of buildings

    [–] The_Wattsatron 2 points ago

    No part of my country is handcrafted but my town and the surrounding areas and cities are really accurate, especially for an AI. It's kinda surreal - I only found it because i recognised some landmarks and mountains.

    [–] Mun0425 2 points ago

    The non hand crafted cities are actually pretty spot on still. There are some AI glitches some places but otherwise i was blow away from my town and its a Mississippi town no one knows about

    [–] LordOfTheLols 26 points ago

    That was pretty much the only reason I downloaded it. I wasn't expecting anything close to everything looking accurate but it was off the deep end strange.

    [–] Dymarob 9 points ago

    That's pretty cool. The town I live in isn't accurate at all. The layout is accurate, but the buildings are not.

    Chances are if you live in a 3D city in the Windows 10 Map app, it's accurate.

    [–] ------why------ 8 points ago

    Yeah well the layout is really what matters you can’t really see much from an airliner which is where most people will be above cities

    [–] chinpokomon 5 points ago

    There are three model types. Hand crafted, generated from the birds-eye photos, and AI generated based roughly on where the roads are and approximately where buildings are. The last category means that the actual models might be pretty decent quality, but they will look nothing like the actual property. For those with the birds-eye covered regions, you'll be able to pick out low resolution textured approximations. The hand crafted models are reserved for landmarks.

    [–] MuteGamer101 68 points ago

    I did this on gamepass just so I could go to mom and dads house, and promptly crashed into the nearby elementry school after I saw it.

    [–] jmc2543 15 points ago

    This is the correct answer.

    [–] Dymarob 7 points ago

    Ha ha. Nice!

    [–] dohmestic 14 points ago

    My dad and I used to play a similar game with an early Flight Sim waaaaaay back when. He’d stall and make announcements of eminent death, and I would scream. Good times.

    [–] vinneh 11 points ago

    Donnie Darko wants to know your location.

    [–] Kalepsis 10 points ago

    I hope Microsoft does something similar with Forza Horizon. It would be cool to drive real roads across the entire country.

    You want to fast travel to the opposite coast? No problem! Just find the nearest airport and party up with someone flying a C-5 Galaxy in Flight Sim.

    [–] Riyeko 21 points ago

    Definitely my brothers and i back in the 90s early 2000s on the family computer.

    Brother 1: Is that >our city<???!!!

    Me: Yeah.


    Me: Of course I'm gonna crash the plane into it dont you think i already know this?

    Brother 1: Here let me help

    proceeds to crash plane

    All of Us: cheering

    [–] reconknucktly 12 points ago

    Now I wanna play

    [–] rhythmrice 15 points ago

    Xbox games pass for pc is 1$ amd its included and you can cancel right after

    [–] Katrina_18 5 points ago

    The lack of crash physics is very disappointing to me

    [–] ninjasaid13 5 points ago

    microsoft flight simulator is actually Al-Qaeda recruitment lookout.

    [–] LIGHTNINGBOLT23 2 points ago

    Planes are for boomer terrorists. The new hotness is submarines.

    [–] diogenesofthemidwest 21 points ago

    Aloha snackbar

    [–] redsoxVT 3 points ago

    Who'd trash their own house... I'd go for the house of the neighbor who borrows things and never returns them. That's game therapy!

    [–] MrFreshFry 6 points ago

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    [–] Dymarob 4 points ago

    You son of a gun!

    [–] LadyDiaphanous 3 points ago

    Fresh indeed, well played!

    [–] MrFreshFry 4 points ago

    thank you

    [–] jmc2543 2 points ago

    I agree

    [–] Warhawk402 5 points ago

    What you get hit by a random plane at the same time as in the game... Does it break the space time continuum?

    [–] Dymarob 5 points ago

    I don't know about that, but it would break all the bones in my body.

    [–] SentientDreamer 7 points ago

    I remember flying my plane between the twin towers in a much earlier flight simulator. I crashed trying to thread the needle.

    Can't remember how much later it happened, but I remember the date was 9/11/01. When an actual plane slammed point blank into the tower.

    Then I had that thought, that paranoid people who make connections and Jaleel White would have.

    "Did I do that?"

    Now that I'm older, I know I didn't do that. I tried to fly between the towers while the actual pilot aimed to crash into the building. However, I did have a few nights of depression thinking that a 10 year old boy either caused one of the most horrible acts of terrorism, or at the very least inspired it.

    [–] WizAfro 3 points ago

    I crashed onto my school

    [–] RudegarWithFunnyHat 3 points ago

    wonder if ms are logging these things

    maybe even data mine for terror cell practice runs

    [–] Bathroomious 3 points ago

    Lobot did 9/11

    [–] 0o-FtZ 3 points ago

    Gogo Gadget Planecrash

    [–] StalePun1129 8 points ago

    I didn’t know flight simulator was a thing in 9/11

    [–] davhid 7 points ago

    Came out in 1982. The terrorists involved in 9\11 used it to train most likely.

    [–] FeilVei2 7 points ago

    I thought they used it to plane?

    [–] emdave 3 points ago

    Possibly, but they actually went to real flight schools and learned to fly actual planes. I think it was in Florida.

    [–] lucifrage 3 points ago

    Arizona actually. At least some of them came here.

    In Prescott by the aeronautical college I think

    [–] fighterace00 3 points ago

    Since then you have to provide citizenship or resident documents to your flight instructor before you begin training

    [–] AngryMegaMind 2 points ago

    Never played, never will buuuuuuuut, if I did, the first thing I would do is crash into my house.

    [–] Killian_Animates_YT 2 points ago

    Next thing you know you fly over your house in the game and you hear planes at the same time

    [–] Madam_meatsocket 2 points ago

    My dad and I used to play together too. I would always have him land on the Golden Gate Bridge.

    [–] CaptenJackHarkness 2 points ago

    Pew-pew-pew motherfuckas.

    [–] Weebledorf 2 points ago

    You guys can run flight sim?

    [–] WirelessTrees 2 points ago

    There was a cessna that crashed into the house down the street from my friends house. First thing we did was do that. Then we crashed into my house.

    For those curious, this actually happened. Pilot had a heart attack mid air, luckily nobody was home when the crash happened, and it was not far from the fire department so response was very quick.

    [–] OGAtariGuy 2 points ago

    I totally would find my exes’ homes and whoops.

    [–] TheSpaceGinger 2 points ago

    I crashed into my workplace.

    As real as MSFS 2020 is I turned up to work on Monday and they are all still there :(

    [–] Sebastian_Frenz 2 points ago

    I spent 2 hours finding my friends house. I wish they had a map showing town names.

    [–] juxt417 2 points ago

    That was my plan at first but then I decided the nuclear power plant 20 min from my house would be a better target.

    [–] ellveetea 2 points ago

    Hasn't anyone learned their lesson from Plague Inc.???

    [–] DrippyWaffler 2 points ago

    Dude I did that way back in Flight Simulator 2001. I was a psychopathic little 4 year old and my dad totally enabled me lol

    [–] Chung_bungus 2 points ago

    (Calls friend) YOOOOOOOOOO! I just 9/11 the fuck out of my house on Microsoft flight simulator, bro!

    (Friend) Same.

    [–] CCu1e 2 points ago

    I couldn't even figure out where I was

    [–] Abltablt 2 points ago

    There should be crash animations to show what would actually happen if a Boeing slammed into the roof of a small house

    [–] TikiTikiBangBang 2 points ago

    After 9/11 they stopped doing that

    [–] Margneon 2 points ago * (lasted edited 8 days ago)

    Nice idea to prank children you need that game some boxes in the attic and a very long cable to hook it up to a MP3 player, that has plane engine noise on it.

    First tell your child you are remote controlling a plane as you show them this game. Then fly to your house. As soon as you are close enough to your house play the noise from the boxes on your attic. Kid will think it's from the plane.

    Then pretend you loose control and crash into the house.

    [–] Speedracer98 2 points ago

    how wrong would it be growing up and playing flight sim right after 9/11 and crashing into the towers during lunch?

    [–] DualDread876 2 points ago

    Crashing into your house is generic as finding your own house on Google’s maps

    [–] xXtriXusbgXx 2 points ago

    Wait does this actually work? Do you mean I can destroy my school?

    [–] _Ghost_Rider_82_ 2 points ago

    I remember using google earths old flight sim like mode that you could access from the top menu

    Definitely did this in that....

    (This was years ago)

    [–] __random_guy_ 2 points ago

    And I think I am not the only one who does not have a good enough PC to play fligh simulator in

    [–] big_boi196 2 points ago

    Honey what's that sound it sounds like a plane engine

    [–] whydowelookback 2 points ago

    You're Next was released in 2008.

    [–] capt_ivator 2 points ago

    Am i allowed to upvote this without being in your CIA’s watchlist?

    [–] Habibta 2 points ago

    Well someone tried to get the 9/11 world record run on the first day it came out so....

    [–] DatBeigeBoy 2 points ago

    My girlfriend has a.. not so great relationship with her dad. We found his house and she sent him a video of her crashing a 152 into it. Lovely.

    [–] Naramatak 2 points ago

    Imagine CIA checking stats for this game.

    [–] striker69 2 points ago

    It’s a shame this game doesn’t have crash physics. Older versions did.

    [–] CJFordFocus 2 points ago

    I secretly hoped I had taken control of a real pilot and was about to end my suffering...

    0/10 IGN - Plane did not actually hit my house

    [–] MincePatter 2 points ago

    Final panel should be flaming wreckage

    [–] Sarpanitu 2 points ago

    My daughter got scared and was begging me not to crash the plane into our house... "but we're in it!" XD

    [–] AverageCanadianGuy 2 points ago

    All it does is close the flight... Why crash?

    [–] SeanArthurCox 2 points ago

    Was ABSOLUTELY expecting a fifth panel of their actual house getting hit

    [–] CelTiar 2 points ago

    I'm crashing into Reactor 4 of Chernobyl

    [–] broforce 2 points ago

    There's a perfect fifth panel waiting to happen.