Any Landing game employs in-app purchase cap

Strange Flavour's newest iOS game appears in the App Store today. Any Landing puts you in the pilot's seat of an airplane that's doomed on its approach - your goal is to keep it in the air for as long as possible before you crash land, picking up bonuses along the way.

Many of us detest in-app purchases, because unchecked, they can lead to abuse - too often, developers employ "pay to win" systems that encourage players to spend an endless amount of money to get ahead. Players end up spending exorbitant amounts of money in order to succeed, but because they're microtransactions, they're easy to ignore - until you get your credit card bill at the end of the month and realize you've spent a ridiculous amount.

Strange Flavour doesn't like that either, so they've developed a different in-app purchase mechanic called "Play Nice." Players can still pay to get ahead in the game by spending 99 cents on "Wing Packs." But each purchase you make counts towards a maximum lifetime cap for the game. You'll never spend more than $9.99 in total, the cost of Any Landing's "All You Can Fly" pack.

Other features include Game Center support, support for MFi game controllers like the MOGA Ace Power Controller, SteelSeries Stratus and Logitech PowerShell, 32 levels over four routes, eight different aircraft and more.