Even more challenging than real air traffic control
J. Davoust, Amazon
21 December 2012
Summary: Air Traffic Control chaos is more challenging than expected, far more than the cute air traffic controller cartoons suggest. Lots of fun for a while, interesting concepts, and artful rhythm are all part of the game at the lower levels.
Summary: I read on a gamer blog that this game was worth more than its weight in salt, and went to a local Fry's to check it out. When I picked up the $19.99 title and glared at the front, I said to myself "you've -got- to be kidding!
Summary: I bought this game because I remember how much fun Kennedy Approach was back on the Commodore 64 (or was it the TI?). At first, the game was very frustrating because a lot of basic things were not explained, like the fact that one runway can be 2 runways, or many of the details of the pilots'...
Ignore the stupid box art, adults will enjoy this game, too.
J. Atienza, Amazon
21 December 2012
Summary: The game may look for kids, and feature outdated graphics, but it will get your brain going and test your prioritizing skills. The whole point of the game is to see how many things you can keep track of at once.
Summary: Air Traffic Chaos Is an outstanding game that takes stratagey and patience to advance to the next level. Book em', taxi em', and send em' on their way. This is a great game for Ages 8+. You now have total control over the flight plans of this aircraft. I insist you buy this game.
Summary: ATC is basically a time management game. Your in charge of controlling 4 incoming flight and 4 outgoing flights. You can fail at the game in any of the following scenarios: 1) Maxed out Stress Lvl (This occurs when you keep the flights waiting too long) 2) Collisions (There are Ground or Air...
Summary: Air Traffic Chaos is equal parts fun and frustration. The biggest disappointment is that with a few simple game play tweaks it could have been much better. Here's a rundown on some of my issues with the game: - The ATC communications (in the form of scrolling text banners) are ridiculously slow, and...