Aerobiz is a video game that depicts the work of an aviation company CEO published on SNES and several other platforms for the first time in 1992. It is considered one of the strategy games. The first was created and laid a solid foundation for future similar games.
The main job that you need to do in this game is to control the work going on in a mainstream airline company. You must choose the aircraft to be used within the timeframes and budgets for them. There are many ways to save your company’s costs, such as spending less money on advertising, coordinating planes to spend less on fuel. However, everything is not so simple when you start the game with quite a little money. Suppose you want to open new branches or new routes. On the first routes, you will not be able to open roads to the best tourist spots. So, it will take a long time to be able to earn enough money for bigger projects.
All you need to do is look at the multi-metric charts to plan projects, and the sole goal is to maximize your company’s revenue. You make a decision and wait many days for your employees to make it, then measure and evaluate the results. If you don’t get good results, the game’s AI will kick you out of the CEO position.
Task menus are now quite clear in the background, making you monitor and evaluate better. The text content is also displayed relatively appropriately in terms of position during your task. Your buildings and offices are also beautifully designed. Office clothes are also relatively paid attention and made by game makers it stands out. The staff you talk to is also quite professional, and the way the characters communicate is very similar to the Bussiness environment.
You will probably enjoy listening to the background music melodies in this game. The song setting up at the start of the game is actually pretty good. The variety in how to make background music is also a pretty big plus point for this game. The sound effects of the characters sitting, standing, and walking are simulated in great detail. Even the sound of footsteps on the wooden floor was made different from the stone floor.