Superflight allows you to fly around a map that you can help to generate by feeding it letters that are turned into the code that builds the world. Fly around this atmospheric world at will.
A mixed up environment that is randomly created
Superflight is not procedurally generated in the strictest sense of the word because it is possible to repeat the exact same map over and over. You can do this by entering a string of letters that is converted into a code that builds the world. This allows you to try different maps and share them with your friends by sharing the letters you entered into the game. There is no real goal to the game, but if you fly close to a surface then you earn points. You use up, down, left and right controls to move around the screen. Earn bigger points and bonus points if you fly very close to a surface without crashing into it.
It is a time waster
There is no real aim to Superflight. You are tasked with earning points, but it is merely a way of squeezing a little more out of what is essentially a time-wasting game. Nobody is saying that the flight mechanic is not relaxing and gentle to the point of being serene, and no doubt there are some people who like the atmospheric backgrounds, but there is no real aim total game. It is a little bit like a screensaver that you can play with.