If you enjoyed the Airport Madness series, you will love Sky Madness. Prevent mid-air collisions by assigning aircraft to different altitudes. Watch out for mountains, birds and hot air balloons!
This is a fun, straightforward game to play. It looks easy, but is deceptively challenging. Simply click and drag aircraft to guide them to their correct altitudes without hitting other aircraft or objects.
Manage airport takeoffs and landings to avoid collisions and minimize delays. Work quickly, but stay alert for traffic conflicts.
Part two in the Airport Madness series. If you liked the first version of this game, you will love this one. Click on an aircraft to bring up it’s control panel, where you may give takeoff, landing or taxi clearances.
Pushing Tin allows you to try your hand at one of the most intense and demanding jobs in the world. As an Air Traffic Control Wannabe, your job is to safely get all aircraft from point A to point B as quickly and safely as possible. It starts off pretty easy but things can get out of hand as the levels increase. This game is based on an old Atari 800 game called Kennedy Approach which I loved playing back in the day. Issue clearances to the aircraft to get them all safely through your airspace. You can tell them to climb, descend, turn, depart and land. Collect more points by increasing the speed of the simulation. Watch out though, make a mistake while hot dogging and the penalties increase as well! The first few scenarios are intentionally slow so you can learn the basics. Later levels add thunderstorms and different types of aircraft. You’ll be wishing you could slow it down more. The in-game instructions and tutorials will provide more information. Have fun!
Try to shoot down as many planes as you can before you run out of ammunition. Use the left and right arrow keys to move the anti-aircraft gun. Press the spacebar to fire.
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