Run a modern airline, design unique airplanes and grow a run-down carrier into a globally recognized company that passengers practically beg to fly
Análises de usuários: Muito negativas (281 análises) - 11% das 281 análises de usuários deste jogo são positivas.
Data de lançamento: 24/out/2011

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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


Recomendado por curadores

"Really intense strategy game. I would highly recommend it, if you enjoy games like Civilization, Crusader Kings 2, Europa Universalis IV or Total War."

Sobre este 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
98 de 111 pessoas (88%) acharam esta análise útil
1 pessoa achou esta análise engraçada
0.9 hrs registradas
Publicada: 15 de junho
I have nearly 500 games in my Steam account, and the vast majority of them are still unplayed. So now I'm dedicating an hour to each of these games and writing a series of One Hour Reviews.

One Hour Reviews - Game 5
Airline Tycoon 2
Purchase Date: 9/11/2014

Like a number of games in my Steam library, I came across Airline Tycoon 2 as part of a Humble Bundle. I really like Humble Bundle because not only do I get to donate to a good cause, but sometimes in that bundle I'll come across a really good game that I never would have bought otherwise.

Sadly, Airline Tycoon 2 is not one of those games.

Right off the bat the game scored a negative when I realized I'd have to login to play this game. Given that this is a completely single player game with no internet component whatsoever, I really don't see the point in forcing me to login. The only thing that kept this from being more annoying is apparently I've played some other game from Kalypso, so it remembered my login from that. So at least I didn't have to make another account.

Airline Tycoon 2 tries to inject some humor by presenting you with various cariactures of people like Albert Einstein, who is exactly the person that comes to mind when I need an airline mechanic. You know, cause he's smart. This is the kind of humor you get to look forward to in Airline Tycoon 2.

I played through the tutorial, which does a decent enough job of introducing you to the game concepts. It sent me around the airport to talk to various people, so I could meet all of the goofy characters the game has to offer. It doesn't sound so bad when I say it, but eventually you get tired of running around the airport to visit the mechanic or go to the personnel office to hire a pilot, or hightail it back to your office to plan an airline route.

Imagine playing a city builder except every time you wanted to build a new building, you had to run over to the mayors office and talk to a caricature of the Godfather so you could tell him you want to zone a new block of houses.

So once I talk to Albert Einstein to get my plane decked out, and talk to someone else to get my pilot and crew hired, and someone else to actually tell my crew which plane they are working on, after all that then I can find the manager, so I can rent a route to fly my plane on. They should have put out a version of this game for the Wii that is compatible with the Wii Fit balance board.

After all that, I can head back to my office to plan my flights for the week. It's a bit like setting up meetings in outlook where each route takes up a chunk of time for the day, so the idea is you slot in as many round trips as you can, with some occasional maintenance inbetween flights. You can also set the ticket price on your flights. As the day progresses you can check on your flights and get statistics on things like how satisfied your passengers were and how much money your flight made.

The tutorial did fine at showing me around and introducing me to people I'd rather not talk to, but it doesn't really explain much about the actual strategy in the game. For instance, there are a ton of different planes you can buy, and lots of ways to tailor how the plane looks, both exterior and interior. But I have no idea if it's purely cosmetic or if these choices somehow impact customer satisfaction.

That's really where I ended up at the end of my first hour, wondering how and if my choices affected anything. In the end, I realized that there's really only one choice that matters, and that is the choice not to play this anymore.

Overall Recommendation: Pass
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17 de 27 pessoas (63%) acharam esta análise útil
2.4 hrs registradas
Publicada: 3 de maio
Suprisingly boring and overly comical. Much prefer Airport Tycoon
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1 de 1 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
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Publicada: 19 de setembro
I really don't have much to add to the majority of other reviews posted--if you peruse them, you'll get a pretty solid and fair sense of the isues plaguing this game.

Sadly, they've taken what was a great, fun concept in Airline Tycoon (I've sunk at least a good 50 hours into that), and not only bogged everything down (loading screens for almost every screen change--seriously?) but also made the interface obtuse and the connections between elements confusing... even the tutorial stopped me cold a couple of times.

All of this topped off with DLC for elements that were in the first game, like stocks, last minute flights, etc.

Avoid. Play the original... it still holds up even all these years later. This sequel is an embarrassment.
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3 de 6 pessoas (50%) acharam esta análise útil
0.2 hrs registradas
Publicada: 14 de julho
It's dorky, a bit silly, somewhat difficult and kinda clunky at times, but it does work. I do think it's a little overpriced, but not by much. If you can find it in a bundle it won't be one of those unworkable games that shouldn't be sold, let alone exist.
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4 de 4 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
49.8 hrs registradas
Publicada: 10 de janeiro de 2014
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.

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