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Sunday, 02 November 2008 12:42

Now Boarding gets a new trailer

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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Managerial game

 

Gabob LLC launched a new trailer for their game, Now Boarding, where you’ll be playing in the role of top airport manager. The point of the game is to make the airport as nice as it can be so that the passengers can enjoy their travels. If they’re not happy, you can be sure they’ll cause you a lot of grief.

The trailer is educational and shows everything you need to successfully run an airport and keep your customers happy (Cocaine? Sub.Ed.). As the manager of this airport, you’ll be hiring staff as well as expanding your business to other areas.

The game runs on Windows, Linux and Mac and is priced at $16.99USD.

You can find the trailer and download the demo here.

Last modified on Monday, 03 November 2008 20:18
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