Published by Sonic Powered, Developed by -
Genres: Simulation (1 players)
US release date: Mar 27th, 2014 | EU release date: -
Prices: $19.99 (US)
The stage of the game is Hawaii! Let's try air traffic control in an atmosphere of a summer resort!
"Honolulu international Airport" has four runways as well as two floating ones, and it is a lively place where various types of aircrafts come and go such as international and domestic flights, flights within the island, cargo planes, water planes, and light aircrafts.
The game is fun to play as an air traffic control simulation game, and it also gives the player the sense of the real Hawaii with its colorful, expressive sceneries. Please enjoy those vividly recreated landscapes of the airport and the aircrafts specially available only on Nintendo 3DS with the tropical-themed BGM!
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