Unmatched Air Traffic Control is a simulation game for aspiring air traffic controllers. Being one, you're designated with tasks like checking the atmosphere, ground clearance, scheduling etc for processing a landing, take-off, parking and moving aircraft at your airport. For all the tasks, you'll be awarded credits which can be used for leveling up and have more fun.
Features of Unmatched Air Traffic Control
The game is built with a sole purpose of learning and performing the daily tasks of an air traffic controller. So if you're an aspiring one or just interested to learn how it works, look no more and try Unmatched Air Traffic Control. You're assigned the job of an air traffic control at a busiest airport, and should guide the flights on their ground operations.
Your ultimate aim is to carry out the tasks smoothly, and avoid any unwanted collisions among aircraft. You should be dealing with providing adequate information to help aircraft in proper landing, parking, taking off, taxiing, and push-back. You should be very cautious in signaling the aircraft, as they shouldn't be colliding into each other on your watch.
To make the experience realistic, the game developers has crafted the controlling dashboard just like the one looking at a real-life air traffic controller's desk. The controls are easy and self-explanatory, and could be accustomed quickly. The makers of Unmatched Air Traffic Control polishing the game regularly to offer realistic experience.
Some of their work is reflected in graphics, where even the fog is timed naturally. Air turbulence, AR sensors etc are some other examples. The game is also offered in a multiplayer mode, where up-to 3 players can be joined with language being independent.
Starting up, you have to choose an airport from the available options and also the aircraft of your choice. Make sure you pick more aircraft, which could be daunting task to handle but also earns more credit. Now watch onto your dashboard (control panel), check for commands and use them to guide the ground staff and pilots, who ultimately manage the aircraft.