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Levels are in-game levels with different goals each, and can be divided into 5 categories, shown below. They can be accessed with the Play option on the Main Menu.

School[edit | edit source]

The School section helps new players to learn how to build and fly planes.

Races[edit | edit source]

Races are missions where players have to fly through rings to complete a course. Each missed ring grants a penalty of 15 seconds. Since Version 1.5, Car Races have been added. A slightly different computer-controlled AI was developed for these races. Each missed ring grants a penalty of 5 seconds. There is no target time or record time system; players only have to finish the race to mark the respective mission as completed. However, players can race against opponents in the Race Against Opponents mission under Sandbox.

Combat[edit | edit source]

Combat missions involve building a plane and destroying targets with it. Most of these missions will limit the use of certain weapons.

Challenges[edit | edit source]

Challenges are special levels that push the limit of the players' building and flying skills, as well as knowledge of the use of certain parts and part customizations.

Sandbox[edit | edit source]

Sandbox levels are mainly for the players' entertainment. Build and test aircraft freely, without running a mission.

Adding Levels through Modifications[edit | edit source]

New levels can be created and downloaded into SimplePlanes with the use of game modifications, or mods. Once the source mod is installed and activated, created levels can be accessed with the Mod Levels option in the Main Menu. Remember that iOS does not support mods.