Run a modern airline, design unique airplanes and grow a run-down carrier into a globally recognized company that passengers practically beg to fly
Data de lançamento: 24 Out 2011
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Comprar Airline Tycoon 2

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$19.99
$4.99

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Comprar Airline Tycoon 2: Gold

Inclui 3 itens: Airline Tycoon 2, Airline Tycoon 2: Falcon Airlines DLC, Airline Tycoon 2: Honey Airlines DLC

Sobre o jogo

Uma década depois do best-seller Airline Tycoon, vem a tão esperada sequência do lendário e irônico simulador econômico que bota os jogadores na pele de um diretor executivo de uma companhia aérea internacional! Airline Tycoon 2 vai desafiar os jogadores a mandar em uma companhia moderna, projetar aviões únicos e transformar uma pequena empresa em uma linha aérea globalmente reconhecida na qual os passageiros praticamente imploram para voar. Aeroportos do mundo inteiro estão esperando para serem explorados, mas cuidado– seus rivais nunca descansam! Oponentes astutos também estão trabalhando para dominar os céus… e eles não deixarão nada ficar no caminho de seus objetivos!

Características Principais:


  • Explore aeroportos do mundo real, de Moscou a Nova York, com condições de viagem e volume de passageiros realistas
  • Construa sua frota de aviões ideal – use o editor interno do jogo para criar transportes de massa baratos ou incomparáveis jatos de luxo que mimam a elite
  • Vá para a ação como um dos quatro personagens jogáveis com seus pontos fortes únicos
  • Explore seu aeroporto completamente em 3D, enquanto manda nos seus funcionários e expande sua crescente companhia aérea; você pode até conhecer VIPs no saguão do aeroporto
  • Teste suas habilidades de gerenciamento em um ambiente de negócios desafiador enquanto você programa planos de voo, coordena chegadas e partidas e faz o saldo de rendas e despesas – tudo para aumentar o lucro e crescer a reputação global da sua companhia aérea
  • Eventos aleatórios trazem variedade ao jogo -- O Papa quer um voo especial? Guerra civil na Rússia? Cinzas vulcânicas sobre a Europa? Se agir rápido, você pode lucrar com esses eventos!
  • Sabotagens – aborreça e retarde seus oponentes com ações desonestas. Mas cuidado; seus adversários podem procurar vingança!

Requisitos de sistema

    • OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7
    • Processor: 3 GHz Intel Pentium D / AMD Athlon 64 3000+
    • Memory: 1 GB
    • Hard Disk Space:
    • Video Card: Nvidia Geforce 8600 GT / ATI Radeon X 1800
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Sound: DirectX-compatible
Análises úteis de usuários
1 de 1 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
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PRÓS: Um bom jogo de administração que poderá lhe divertir por algum tempo, seja decidindo as rotas que a sua CIA Aérea irá seguir ou contruindo novos aviões, porém...

CONTRAS: Este jogo depois de pouco tempo não há muito mais o que se fazer, comprei pois me apaixonei pelo primeiro, mas não vi grandes novidade no segundo a não ser o gráfico em 3D, um bom jogo de administração, nada mais.

NOTA: 6 (RECOMENDÁVEL)
Publicada: 10 janeiro 2014
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Do Not Buy, not the base game not the gold edition.
Lets start from the top, airline tycoon 1 was a cult classic one among the best tycoon games, you are a airline owner and have to manage your airline on various mission along with 3 other competitors. The first game did this perfectly with great humor and a wonderful gameplay , incorporating REAL planes and what not , its a masterpiece.....

So come to the present , Balive releases this horror as the sequel to the first game...by gods its horrible it totally ditched everything that made the first game great, Game runs on a rotten engine , doubt anyone would play it more than a hour, no Real plane names, No humor nothing just a bunch of guys with big Heads running around ackwardly.

To Pour more salt to the injury
-They implemented the suggestions made by the community as DLCs
-They are done with the game just repackaged it as gold edition , just check the forums the game is still horrible
-dont expect even cards for the game http://forum.kalypsomedia.com/showthread.php?tid=20275
-modding is bare minimum , a few exist but dont do much to improve the game

Avoid it , unless its on a massive sale if you want the real airline tycoon experience get the first game on gamersgate, Hope it comes to steam someday
http://www.gamersgate.com/DD-ATD/airline-tycoon-deluxe
Sad to see us the fans of classic get such a horrible sequel
Not so epic screenshots of the game...
http://steamcommunity.com/id/liquidsnakehpks/screenshots/?appid=201490&sort=newestfirst&browsefilter=myfiles&view=grid
Publicada: 25 novembro 2013
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35 de 38 pessoas (92%) acharam esta análise útil
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Sold as a simulation but has practically zero depth and you can easily go around the whole game in a few hours. There are only 4 airlines to choose from, which are rigid and uncustumizable. The aircraft customization options themselves are laughable; only 8 aircraft to choose from regardless of any realism (the concorde becomes a short haul, high passenger, profitable aircraft) with very limited options. The indoor cabin design is a joke: the developers wouldn't bother to make the different indoor environment for the different aircraft, so the inside of your jumbo jet is the same as that of your small propeller airliner. Furthermore you just choose preset items for the whole aircraft and can't for example have multiple class aircraft, but this doesnt change anything anyway since the price for all tickets is always the same.

Also personel management is ridiculous: you hire people with the skills they come with and you can't train them further, so your only way to improve your staff is to fire them and get new ones. You can only assign one set of staff to an aircraft, so basically it's the same pilot flying that airplane 24/7 for a whole month. Call the worker's syndicate!!! For those of you who are politically minded it's also nice to notice here that the game is stereotipically sexist: all pilots are males and all flight attendants female.

The main part of the game and where you will spend the most time with is the scheduling; it looks intricate at first, but after a few hours you find out it totally lacks any realism. The amount of passengers only depends on the demand and you can program your flights at basically any time of the day, hello 2AM departures! Basically your sucess at the game just depends on cramming the biggest number of route and charter flights in the schedule rather than making regular flights (the flight numbering system is automated and wonky).

The user interface is atrocious in the whole game, you have to physically walk to different offices, with loading screens, to get going. While the idea is commendable, it will soon become a chore and you will soon give up booking charter flights just because they require constant walking outside your office (loading screen), to the elevator (loading screen) to the charter office so you can grab a few contracts, and then the same annoying way back so you can schedule them.
The options are so limited and not user friendly at all, the tooltips are inconsistent and unclear over the board. The scheduling board is extremely poorly designed. It's hard to place the flights with precision, the "repeat schedule" option, which is meant to allow you to hold regular flight is the most user unfriendly ever and simply doesn't work. Any flights that take off before midnight and land after midnight will break this feature. Also you are forced to do some makeshift workarounds, like setting the schedule you want to repeat for tomorrow, then waiting a whole day before deciding to repeat it, because the game doesnt let you modify today's schedule, but it only allow you to copy today's schedule, not another days... so user unfriendly it's a crime. And did I mention the annoying "clear flight schedule" button located next to other buttons, which will wipe all the work you did without a confirmation screen?

The game itself is also full of bugs. The schedule locks itself frequently for no reason, the text doesn't match your actual objective, you get teleported back to your office when looking at a competitor's aircraft, the tutorials (which are themselves rather useless) get stuck while in progress, so you have to repeat the same actions twice.

The game does have a cute little design feel to it with some pretty cool airplane models (the airbus 380 with full ringed wings and 8 engines for example, or the cute curvy concorde), but this doesn't save it from the abysmal depth, or lack of depth, that it sinks into. Most people play simulation games because they enjoy some variety and custom options. In this game:
* You cannot rename anything (airlines, aircraft, staff)
* There is only 1 airport interior, all airports in the world are the same
* There is only 1 aircraft interior
* None of your choices has any real effect on the game anyway.
* Regardless of which mission you are in, or sandbox mode, you start each day at 9AM with a speech from the airport director, the speech is always the same and he repeats it 3 times as well for each of your competitor airlines.

Playing this feels about as fun as groundhog day happening to you...
avoid!
Publicada: 29 dezembro 2013
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I'm dissapointed in sequel of Airline Tycoon. This game while have some nice feature proved to be spec "heavy" without any reason. Gameplay almost doesn't change. Unfortunately, you have to navigate between dialouges to ask something. It's frustating to say the least.
Publicada: 18 dezembro 2013
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While I kind like the artstyle of this game (brings me back to the good old days of playing Theme Park World), it's sadly the only thing I liked about this game besides one other thing. I'm quite into sim games in general, but this game really did not cut it for me.

In this game you play a cartoonish airline manager (there are a few to choose from, each with their own special trait like getting better deals at on-flight meals) and you have to be the most succesful one: aka be the most profitable. You buy planes for your fleet and customize to your liking, balancing airplane quality, fly range, maintenance and transport size. You can also buy plance from the scrapyard, which is a nice touch but I doubt beneficial due to very high maintenance and the planes often being too outdated (yes, planes technology evolves in this game). You have to get your crew together (balancing skills versus salary), arrange stuff for you planes, etc.

But in the end there is one mayor issue: the game is TERRIBLY slow. You (and your competitors) advance at the speed of a snail... While this does resemble real life better, it sadly just isn't fun. This combined with a very steep learning curve as the tutorial just doesn't cut it, causing me to feed that I really have no idea what I'm doing nor what I ought to do. And that's bad for a sim game. You should have the feeling that your decision matters and you should get feedback on the consequences of you choices. But sadly, it takes too long to get that feedback and if easy to miss it as the gains are often very small.

This game disappointed me. If your time is valuable to you, try some other game instead of this one. Or be willing to ask google to help you play this game, because without it you'll surely fail :(
Publicada: 11 dezembro 2013
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