Airport Madness 3D: Volume 2
Developer: MP Digital, LLC
Current Version: 1.116
Last Updated: 28 days ago
Download Size: 188.9 MB - Download
You asked for more airports!
Airport Madness 3D: Volume 2 offers eight complex new airports, more aircraft, additional gates, and sharper detail. Like the first volume, Airport Madness 3D gives players a 3-dimensional air traffic control experience, from a control tower perspective. Airports are more complex in Volume 2. Push traffic as quickly as you can, while avoiding midair collisions. Choose good weather or bad, adjust the tower height to your preference, then do your best to manage jet traffic into and out of eight different real-world airports. Listen to human pilot voices as the aircraft obey your every command. Scan your radar screens for potential conflicts between aircraft. View the action from the Pilot Cams, the Sky Cam, Tower Cam or Runway Cam.
• New York John F. Kennedy
• Toronto Pearson
• London City
• San Francisco
• Lukla Nepal
• Hong Kong
• Chicago O'Hare
In addition to a UI refresh, the big change since Volume 1 is the all-new Career Stats page, which lets you track your ongoing performance history across all eight airports.
It feels real!
Our terrain is built from real-world earth data. Airport designs are based on real-world layouts. Game play has been designed by real-world air traffic controllers and commercial pilots. Even the aircraft flight characteristics are highly realistic.
Most Helpful Reviews
Original And Different - Being a long time gamer, we are talking Pong generation, I rated this game highly due to its uniqueness and execution. One of the nice features is you can change the POV to cockpit,runway or tower view. This adds a simulator type aspect to the game when you climb in the pilots seat during take off,taxing or landing. You do not have vehicle control but the game view is not restricted just from the tower. The game can be tailored to whatever diffculty you choose. And it can be very challenging keeping the planes from stacking up and crashing on the tarmac. One nice feature is you can abort the landing and do a fly around or slow the arriving planes descent. Learning curve is fairly straightforward. The planes are much more realistic in design than I expected. The environment graphics are not detailed but that does not take away from the gameplay. Voice track adds a realistic dimension to the game. As well there are social banners which display during gameplay (can be turned off) which either criticize or compliment your ability to control the airport arrivals and depatures. This adds some needed interactive feedback which you will find amusing. I am running the game at 1920x1080 on a 65” OLED and it looks quite nice. This is a refreshing simulator in a rinse and repeat game market that is over saturated with shoot em ups, and fighting games. It’s also good to be playing a game on my Mac again. It’s been long overdo.
More Reviews for Current Version
taking off... - Yes, addicting, and partly so because of the pace. (like life sometimes?!) Very well done; the game play forgives the lower quality of background image. Fun. In time perhaps the single-minded sort of overall activity might get some weary - but meanwhile - fun. Future enhancements might include better graphics, choice of using more/all the runways given for any one airport, and how much is this to scale??? Good simple to use game play control.
Great APP - If you are bored at work, this app is great to play. It is really addicting and fun
Airport Madness 3D - Entertaining, can get addictive. Very busy. The fring graphics could get better able to create conditions such as weather. Aircraft graphics good Addio good
Enjoyable but pricey - The game play is decent but the cost isn’t justified for what the game delivers. $20 is too high for Mac version. It should be priced at or closer to the iPad version.
Addictive - Highly addictive. Played the origional Ascii ATC during the first Punic Wars, this one is just as addictive. Moved 1000 planes on first sitting down. Played until 4:00 a.m.