I should admit that my favorite hobby is to play computer games – they make me free and can do everything, or just about everything. Simulation games are a good example of what is not very likely to really try – it needs a lot of effort, training, physical ability and luck to be one of the few who have the ability to sit in the cabin for pilots. But for computer flight simulators, it's a great flying experience like a bird for anyone with a computer literacy.
In the field of flight simulation there are several games that are close to perfection to restore reality. In different games, we have different simulation styles. For example, ProFlightSimulator and Microsoft Flight Simulator try to create a realistic flight, while X-Plane tries to break the reality limit and offer futuristic flying. The story is different for simulators like "IL-2 Sturmovik" and "Lock On: Modern Air Combat", as they add more than just a fight.
If you are fighting the simulations (not a lot of the fan personally), you might want to try "IL-2 Sturmovik" and "Lock On: Modern Air Combat" as they offer the best war in World War II style or modern combat. In these games, you can act as combat fighters and other battlegrounds and events in the simulation community in a fight that might be fun for some time. You also get access to many classic battlefields and see them in activities that are quite different from just driving them.
The proximity to the real daily flight that you can experience when you try the Microsoft Flight Simulator or X-Plane, which are real simulation games full of many planes, helicopters and other flying things. X-Plane has a slightly more free-to-air approach to realistic flying, but it gives the player complete freedom to fly on all kinds of existing and non-existing flight models, while the Microsoft Flight Simulator has a more conservative approach but a limited choice of slightly more available planes. Both simulators is definitely useful for some time or change, but I do not see myself constantly "flying".
Perhaps you've noticed that I'm a little used to games with my simulation, and there's always something that can break the game. It's partly the right thing right now, as I find the ProFlight Simulator's negative side. This is a game with which this reality is installed, that I sometimes introduce myself as a part-time pilot with an impressive number behind the desktop. ProFlightSimulator gives you really access to everything that is Can become a true pilot – over 120 re 20,000 real-world airports, and even different weather conditions. This game is really addictive, try it and you can see it.