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Experience the joys and thrills of building up and operating a major air carrier in this unusual and unique series from one of the top names in the sim genre.

Cool, if you like this sort of thing. Managing an airline isn't the easiest thing in the world to do, let alone convert into a computer game. Think "SimAir" and you kinda get the picture.
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Times Played: 5168   Released: 1992
Personal Best: N/A
Aerobiz is a business simulation created by Koei. The player controls a start up airline with the goal of expanding all over the globe in the quest to become number one.
Besides competing with rival airlines you'll have to deal with world events that can change the course of the game instantly.
In this sequel the player is presented with a wider variety of options in nearly everything, but the game play is much the same.
A very unusual game that's surprisingly addicting.
Rating: 3 Votes3 Votes3 Votes3 Votes3 Votes
Times Played: 7791   Released: 1993
Personal Best: N/A
Essentially, the game is an exercise in supply and demand economics that is set in space (on the planet Irata, which is Atari backwards) and involves competition between four players. To win the game, the players not only must compete against each other, but they need to cooperate with each other for the survival of the colony. Central to the game is the acquisition and use of "M.U.L.E."s (Multiple Use Labor Element) to develop and harvest the player's real estate which can consist of: Energy, Food, Smithore (from which M.U.L.E.s are constructed), and Crystite. Players must balance supply and demand of these four elements (Crystite is available as an option during Tournament play only) as well as other events such as fires, theft, etc. The game was revolutionary in the ease with which it allowed multiplayer interaction.
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Times Played: 1483   Released: 1990
Personal Best: N/A

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