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The whole make tiny cities hubs and put a billions flights through each other making connecting passenger money is breaking the game.  I have no interest in playing against what's clearly gaming the system.  Please fix this, otherwise it ruins what's normally a pretty darn good game.



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Fixing issues with a game requires an active development team, which AE does not have.


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/fail



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In Australia we call that "agile & innovative".



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Fixing issues with a game requires an active development team, which AE does not have.


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Just don’t play in the realistic worlds. He doesn’t play the other modes, hence why I stopped maintaining my airlines there. Had better successes in worlds with player limits of 1.

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It's not cheating, as I have learned, making tiny cities hubs is fine - there is no rule to that.

Connecting your cities with flights is totally fine, the people who do that are just smart players - we can play the game how we like.

 

As @jcerezo said, don't play the realistic worlds - try ones like One Hub/Terminal limit if you don't like multiple hubs


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