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Unmatched Air Traffic Control
Marcia Silva Mello,
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Games||5.0.4||May 01, 2017||4.22|
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Version 5.0.4 released on May 01, 2017
5.0.4 - Minor bug fixes 5.0.2 - New Screen and menus - 86 new liveries including 2 new aircraft (B787 and A350) - 2 new airports with emergencies - 3D buildings on all sceneries - Faster platform - New night light system - Accurate graphics
Version 5.0.3 released on April 27, 2017
5.0.3 - Bug fixes from 5.0.2 5.0.2 - New Screen and menus - 86 new liveries including 2 new aircraft (B787 and A350) - 2 new airports with emergencies - 3D buildings on all sceneries - Faster platform - New night light system - Accurate graphics
Version 5.0.2 released on April 25, 2017
- New Screen and menus - 86 new liveries including 2 new aircraft (B787 and A350) - 2 new airports with emergencies - 3D buildings on all sceneries - Faster platform - New night light system - Accurate graphics
Version 4.0.8 released on October 11, 2016
Version 4.0.8: Fixed incompatibility with some versions of iOS 9.x Version 4.0.2: New graphics at ALL airports Active sky Smooth transition day/night New Green Valley International Airport 2 New airports Terminal view and Radar screen at new airports Helicopter traffic at Brooksvalley Airport Timetable at ALL airports New A330 and liveries New MD80 and liveries New B757 and liveries New liveries for some existent aircraft
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In this simulation game, you're an air traffic controller at a busy airport. The goal is to guide planes safely landing parking and taking off, avoiding collisions between them. This game is much like the actual operation of a busy airport, but with easy and self-explanatory controls. Is a great hobby that stimulates memory and reasoning. Have fun and good flights
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