Summary: This game seemed like it would be easy, but I find it difficult to manage the departures and arrivals without causing collisions! It truly is air traffic chaos, and I'm glad I'm not a real air traffic controller! Fun though, as there are different airports with varying weather and layouts, and increasing levels (rookie, novice, expert).
Summary: The game is entertaining, while somewhat unrealistic. It is a fun game to pass the time, specially if you are into ATC/planes. Of course, each level, if played again is exactly the same (and their aren't many levels) so once you play it once you have it memorized. Also, some of the ATC techniques are not real, like having aircrafts in the holding ALL at the same altitude, and increasing/reducing 180kts every time you change speed.
Summary: I bought this game while in paris. read about it on some game web page. this game is fun as crap. for $10, i'd buy several. what makes this game fun is that it tests your memory on the normal and pro modes. it's like keeping the balls in the air and knowing when to put them in a slot while taking on a new ball. it's gets nerve racking at times.
Summary: I'm happy with the game however the sound is lame. I can't hear the radio communciations because the music is so loud. It would be nice if there were separate volume controls or the ability to turn the music off. One of the airports only allows use of two of four available gates which seems like a glitch.
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 you can't issue commands to other aircraft in the same phase of flight while the text is scrolling.