- Release Date: 2011
- Publisher: LandShark Games
- Developer: LandShark Games
- Genre: simulation
Aviator is a fun-filled aviation empire building game that promises to fulfill your desire for adventures, trading and fame, backed by numerous interesting quests and events, that will keep you coming back for more! Help your friends as they build up their own empires and have them do the same to you too. The following section describes the various parts of the game and how they can help you build up the greatest aviation empire ever seen.
A whirlwind tour of your cities. Some buildings are not available from the start of your game, and you will need to purchase them. And doing so will take your aviation empire soaring to even greater heights!
This is where passengers can be picked up. At certain points in the game, some characters may also appear in the hotel to advance your quests. Be sure to talk to them!
Depots are where cargo can be found, to be shipped to other cities. Certain quest items may need to be picked up from there too. Sometimes, you may also find mystery packages as well that you can send to your friends to aid them in their game.
To fly your plane to another city, you will need to go to where else but the airport. A regional map with all available flight links will then be displayed, for you to choose your next destination. (See regional and world map section.)
Master the intricacies of commodity trading and amass for yourself a ripe fortune. No really, it’s quite simple – buy low, sell high.
Drooling at the DC-3 your friend owns? Workshop is where you get to upgrade your plane to outshine your competition. It is also the place to customize your plane with:
- Seats – so you can carry more passengers
- Fuel Tanks – so you can fly further
- Repair Units – so you can make more flights before having to repair
In the inventory page, you can see the items that you possess. These special items can be used for things such as; full instant repair to your plane, $10,000 cold hard cash (in-game currency of course), or a boost to your passenger and cargo queues for a given city. These can be obtained by purchasing them using your Facebook credits, given to you through attaining the next level, or sometimes, when a generous friend delivers a mystery package to you. To use an item, just click on it and a confirmation dialog will pop up. If you click on an item for which you have none in stock (such as the ‘ADVERT’ above), you will be presented with an option to purchase it instead.
The remainder of the Journal is filled with a history of all the story you’ve discovered in the game so far. You can reminisce on the sweet moments of your adventures, or refer back to an important bit of dialogue that you may have forgotten after a long flight and its accompanying jet lag (the latter would be self-induced – it is not included in the game).
The game Aviator is similar to Bigpoint’s Skyrama.
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