Airport Mania 2: Wild Trips
Another cute game, much like the first
My children and I greatly enjoyed the first Airport Mania, so I clearly had to buy this one as well. It's just as cute as the first one, with the planes still having their fun faces, noises, and reactions. The graphics have improved a bit from the first one (which I would expect), and the sounds are appropriate for the game as well.
The gameplay is pretty similar to the first game, with only a few new additions. It has some of the same neat extras (clicking on things in the background for comments and so forth, for instance), though they have also been expanded a bit. The biggest difference is that the locales are a bit more exotic, and there are some new additions in terms of planes.
The similarity to the first game may be a negative for some, but I liked the fact that it was pretty similar. If you enjoyed the first game and wished that you had more of it, you'll definitely want to get this one.
December 19, 2011
Start off at a normal pace learning to land, service and take off various size fun planes., Game becomes more challenging as levels progress.. Colorful, creative environments kept me playing and replaying this truly fun and light-hearted game! I gave five stars for Level of Challenge because I actually could go back and finish each level with a perfect score! Yay!
November 16, 2011
This is one of the best games on this site. I also have the original Airport Mania and I was ecstatic when I saw that this had come out. Graphics are a lot better on this one and there are many cute features they've added. There are several things in the back ground that you can interact with that makes it really cute. Make sure to keep the sound up because the planes make some funny noises. :-)
My husband and I both have played these games and we just look at each other when we are outside and see a plane in the sky. We try to start clicking on it and trying to paint it. :-) Corny yes, but that's how much fun this game is. You really get into it!
December 7, 2011
Exactly the same as the first
When I see a sequel to a game I mostly expect to find not only improvements but more of the things we love from the first - in this game it is nearly like they just decided to up the graphics and just gives us a new story so we can have more levels like the first.
Don't get me wrong, I love this game, but I feel like if you have played the first one, you are getting absolutely nothing new from this one, other than more of the same stuff you liked and paid for first time around.
I like my sequels to have much more new material, especially when it is a game like this where there is much room for more exciting adventures.
January 11, 2012
Cute, Fun, and Challenging
Just like the first Airport Mania, this game is incredibly cute (the planes singing is adorable). It also provides at least 10-15 hours of gameplay. To top it off, it is very re-playable. It is near impossible to get a perfect score, and I'm sure it will take me months to obtain a perfect score on each level.
May 7, 2012
Great game, but to much like the first one
If you don't own the first airport game, this would be great. However, this game is just to much like the first game to want to buy this one too.
November 22, 2011
Love this game!
Like the first one - fun and addictive! Waiting for the #3.
December 31, 2011
Enjoyable game that's very much like the first and more
You'll definitely enjoy this game if you played and liked the first.
As the sequel, there are more 'mini-games' within the levels, and a lot more planes to take care of! In addition to the most basic instructions you give to a plane of landing, unloading and loading passengers, and taking off, there are other things you can do, such as painting planes, giving them a thorough wash (they are so cute when they are being washed!), and loading luggage.
The game gets harder as it progresses, but at a rate that an adult will still be able to finish easily enough. A young child will be very amused with the individual characters of each type of plane and the songs they hum, but may find the later levels a bit too much to manage.
February 5, 2012
It was fun to play. It was a challenge to hurry and get it done so you can go to each level
January 20, 2012
there's no TSA at these airports!
this time management game is set in a number of airports in exotic and interesting locales, ranging from the North Pole to the moon! you even make water landings with seaplanes on tropical islands.
graphics: adorable. who knew aeroplanes could be so cute?? in this game, you manage the landing, un/loading passengers, and departures of each plane as well as un/loading luggage, painting planes and washing them (they shake like dogs when they are done being washed). each level also has mini-games, such as shooting at helium-filled balloons or threatening sea monsters. there are nine different aeroports and there are a number of levels you must master at each, usually 10-15 levels, each of which is progressively more challenging than the last. you are awarded anywhere from 0-4 stars per level, depending upon how well you do.
music and sound effects: bright but simple piano tunes with orchestral background. each aeroplane has its own voice and hums different tunes in a child?s voice, especially when they are happy. the sound of landing and taking off aeroplanes is also easily heard.
storyline: well-imagined and silly but good fun.
weather report: it's always sunny in this game!
my interaction: i own this game and i play it more often than i probably should admit. i've played this game on and off for months and have earned a perfect score on almost every level now. this game is great fun for the entire family -- a bit addictive, actually. it?s mighty fun to replay, too: after you finish the game, you'll start over just because it's so much fun to play. five thumbs up!
June 8, 2012