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Tower!3D Pro Releases on STEAM

 

 

San Francisco, CA, December 21st, in the year of our Lord 2017: Produced and developed by simulation specialist FeelThere, Tower!3D Pro ranks as one of the most comprehensive and advanced simulation games available on STEAM™. Your task is to guide aircraft of various sizes and capabilities to and from the active runway readying them for landing and takeoff. Playing as tower controller, you must assure that it is safe for a plane to enter or cross a runway, assign taxiway routes, when to stop and start movement, and clear aircraft for takeoff.

Tower!3D Pro provides flight strips, ground and air radar screens, and full 3D view of the airport. The game comes with a perfected, intuitive mouse driven command-center allowing non-English speaking players to enjoy the rich gameplay experience. With a complex command structure, advanced AI and Speech Recognition technology, the game allows players to experience the real thrill of being a real air traffic controller.

KEY FEATURES

3 photorealistic airports (add-ons are available)
Voice recognition
Multiplayer w/multi-monitor support!
Advanced AI pilots to follow your commands
Stunning 3D rendering of the airports
Runway assignments for arriving and departing aircraft may be changed
Runway intersection takeoffs are simulated
Advanced routing to and from the runways and terminals can be assigned
Dynamic lighting and shadows, day-night cycles provide a stunning visual experience
Live airport with service cars for airplanes and vehicle traffic around the airports

No word on a physical copy version of this game on this system at this time. Families are required to pay for Internet usage fees to download this game. For more information click here.

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