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Airline Tycoon Evolution (Windows)

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Description

Airline Tycoon Revolution is the second upgraded re-release of Airline Tycoon. The player is the manager of an airline and has all the typical options of managerial games, e.g. buying and selling aircraft, assembling the flight plans or hiring employees. The handling is similar to Mad TV, which means the whole game is played in real-time and in 3rd person. To reach the menu screens the player character has to walk to the appropriate office.

The game is exactly the same as Airline Tycoon: First Class with a few additions:
  • An editor to design own planes which also can be traded over the internet.
  • An online highscore list.
  • Ten new missions.
  • More sabotage options including a security office to foil the opponent's dirty tries.
  • A revised LAN mode.

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Airline Tycoon Evolution Windows As is typical with management games there are lots of statistics available
Airline Tycoon Evolution Windows Here the correspondence hot spot has been activated
Airline Tycoon Evolution Windows This shows the airplane routes currently being flown. To find out what the competition is up to the player must hire an informer
Airline Tycoon Evolution Windows Exploring the airport gives access to other options such as ....

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The Press Says

Gameswelt Aug 13, 2002 78 out of 100 78
GameZone Nov 10, 2002 7.1 out of 10 71
GameStar (Germany) Aug, 2002 64 out of 100 64
Clubic Jul 09, 2002 6 out of 10 60
Computer Gaming World (CGW) Feb, 2003 3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars 60

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Patrick Bregger (116159) added Airline Tycoon Evolution (Windows) on Sep 12, 2009