AirTycoon Online: Great game for tycoons Review

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Great game for tycoons
This game is great but has some issues with 2 hour turns and if your used to air tycoon 1 and 2 then be patient this game takes a while to get used to. There should also be loans available as well like in the airline tycoons. Nickname:AKZ123 ID Name: AlexZois
AaaaaaaaZzzzzzzzz on May 2, 2013 for AirTycoon Online
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Great game from antiman
I wish the turns were only an hour long, but besides that this is a great game. I love the historical accuracy! Gets better and better! This game is awesome! -antiman
Brian Bailey on May 2, 2013 for AirTycoon Online
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Great game!!
I really like this game. I think two hours is long at first but better later on. Few suggestions would be to limit the number of players per channel to maybe 100? Or release new channels more often? I'm sure you have heard all these before. I am very pleased with the game.
Therm853 on May 1, 2013 for AirTycoon Online
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Very good game
THIS app is excellent, i play for hours every day, but as i have hub in sao Paulo, Brasil, i want to have many more airports in brazil like, Porto Alegre, belo Horizonte, Curitiba, Salvador, etc.
Renagoli on May 1, 2013 for AirTycoon Online
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There are too many users in a channel
Gojet united on May 1, 2013 for AirTycoon Online
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Fun but expect to pay $$$
When I first purchased the game it was very fun, the whole concept and mechanics of the game are extremely well thought out and well designed. At first I loved the competition, slowly building up your fleet and and competing for the top spot- but in-app purchases took the fun out of the game for me. I realized that at a certain point if you want to stay competitive you are almost required to buy coins for a minimum of $2.99 (more than the game costs initially). This is a MMO turn-based game, each round is two hours. At the end of each round you receive income for your plains and routes. The game starts you off with 30 coins but if you want more coins you have to buy them because the game very rarely will award you 1 coin. Here are the reasons I will be deleting this game: 1) each plane take 20 minutes to build- but you can buy your plane instantly for one coin 2) you have the option to build things like fuel stations and VIP lounges a your airports to decrease your running expenses or to attract more business-class passengers- however this costs 2-3 coins each to build 3) Each time you want to increase the number of flights between two of your airports, you have to send a request to each of your two airports (lift-off airport and landing airport)- each of these requests individually takes 10 minutes but you can make your request instant for 1 coin The biggest reason I will be deleting this game: 4) the developers allow you to buy packages of coins starting at $5 (2.5x the cost of the game itself) and then you can exchange those coins for in-game money to buy more plains, expand your workforce, etc. Because of this I have found the in-game purchase feature has ruined the competitive fun for me. There is nothing stopping someone from spending a large chunk of change on in-game coin purchases then having that person exchange their coins for in-game money, buy planes instantly then double or triple the size of their fleet within a matter of minutes whereas if you don't purchase coins you can maybe add a couple more planes to your fleet each turn. I truly enjoyed this game until I realized the only way to keep the competitive fun-ness would be to spend upwards of $50 in coins trying to keep expanding my fleet at the same rate the other "coiners" are.
juario on Apr 27, 2013 for AirTycoon Online
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