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Airborne Kingdom 


It warms my soul that Family Friendly Gaming was given a digital download code for Airborne Kingdom on the Xbox Series X. Airborne Kingdom can also be found on the Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4 and Xbox One. You might be asking what is Airborne Kingdom? I hope to answer that in this review. Airborne Kingdom is a city building simulation video game up in the air. Does that confuse you?

Here is the deal with Airborne Kingdom. We are in a giant ship that is slowly flying over the planet below. We can play a normal game, or go into creative mode when we start playing Airborne Kingdom. I messed around with the normal game because I wanted to see what there was to do in Airborne Kingdom. We build walkways, houses, a launch pad, and an academy at the beginning of Airborne Kingdom. The more I explored the menus the more I figured out and found within Airborne Kingdom.

Airborne Kingdom is not very intuative. I had to test some things to figure out what to do. Airborne Kingdom kept telling me to do certain things but I could not do them because I did not have an academy at first. I could not build an academy because I was all out of wood. It took me some time but I finally figured out how to send my ships to the forest on the planet to get the wood. Then I built things until I ran out of resources yet again. So I was back to searching for another forest.

I was unable to find any information about a physical copy version of Airborne Kingdom at the time this review was written. Airborne Kingdom is pretty slow but time can be sped up to get the construction done faster. Airborne Kingdom is also a bit on the short side. The graphics in Airborne Kingdom are meh at best. The music in Airborne Kingdom is pleasant to listen to. Airborne Kingdom has the feel of a PC video game to me.

There are certainly much better city builders out on the market. Airborne Kingdom has the whole flying over the planet thing going for it. Which is more of a pain in terms of building your city because you better leave room for more walking areas or your will have to destroy some stuff to make room. I enjoyed my time with Airborne Kingdom. This is the kind of a game that should be advertising to Family Friendly Gaming Universe.


Graphics: 70%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 75%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 80%

System: Nintendo Switch/PC/PS4/Xbox One/Xbox Series X(tested)
Publisher: Freedom Games
Developer: The Wandering Band
Rating: ‘E’ – Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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