Fly the Legend shows fighter jets at high altitudes, including the MiG-29 Fulcrum and MiG-25 Foxbat. The program offers views of Earth from the cockpit. The color photos are by Max Dereta. It is self-installing, fully configurable, and features 32-bit images with mutable sound and transition effects.
In the end, this screensaver's pluses don't outweigh its minuses, forcing us to hand down an average rating. As you're likely to guess Fly the Legend's subject matter is various images of fighter jets in action. While we do appreciate that the application gives you views from both inside and outside the cockpit, you'll only see about a half-dozen different photos; we doubt this gives the average user enough variety. In most cases, the pictures themselves look decent, although a few do show noticeable artifacts. Predictably, the sound effects mimic the roar of a jet engine, but they're repetitive and irritating, so we'd suggest disabling them. We can't complain about this screensaver's customization options, which include the ability to select from a library of tranistion effects, determine the gap between photos, and reposition the captions. Although it technically is free, we should note that Fly the Legend subjects you to the occasional nag screen. Avaiation or military enthusiasts will probably dig this program, but it's certainly not for everyone.
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