Air Traffic Chaos
I had heard a lot of good things about Air Traffic Chaos from friends in the video game industry. I decide to give this Nintendo DS game a shot. I am very glad that I did. Not only is Air Traffic Chaos a fun little game, but it teaches some great lessons in management. When I was in the Air Force I spent some time in towers and got somewhat familiar with what air traffic controllers go through. Add into the mix I have some relatives who are or were employed by the FAA. The dough that is rolled together is baked into the bread of - I have some idea what I am talking about. Amazingly enough there is some surprising realism in this DS game. The general idea of planes landing, leaving the gate, taking off, etc. are all present in Air Traffic Chaos.
The only real knock against this game is the small graphics. Selecting different planes is a very smooth transition even when going from terra firma to aeris. The details are good though, and I appreciated how realistic this game is. Little vehicles push the plane from the gate. The only violent content is when two planes crash into each other. The game stops once they make contact so this is mild in my opinion.
Air Traffic Chaos has awesome sounds. I love the music in this DS game, and the garbled sounds over the radio fit the theme perfectly. I appreciate how a game ends if a catastrophic mistake is made. Crashing airplanes is not a good thing, and Air Traffic Chaos reinforces that truth. I did not find any offensive sounds or language while playing this DS game.
Majesco Entertainment made sure there are plenty of levels, airports, and unlockable content in Air Traffic Chaos. Up to eight people can play this game together. It is important to note that each player needs a copy of the game. Air Traffic Chaos can be found for twenty dollars or less brand new, which makes it worth the price of admission in my opinion.
I love games that give me choices when it comes to controls. Air Traffic Chaos allows for touch screen, or button controls. This leaves the door open for all kinds of different gamers. The lessons in management, and attention to detail are very well received here at Family Friendly Gaming. This game can get chaotic at times, but I found it to be a lot of fun.
Air Traffic Chaos deserves sequels.
I could not get enough of this DS game, and believe many of our readers
will agree. The women I saw were even dressed appropriately. I will be
recommending Air Traffic Chaos to pastors I know. I have already
mentioned my appreciation for the lessons, and how wanton destruction is
stymied. I am thankful that I was allowed to play Air Traffic Chaos.
Family Friendly Factor: 90%
System: Nintendo DS
Publisher: Majesco Entertainment
Rating: 'E' for Everyone
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