Posted 06 October 2019 - 01:57 PM
Posted 06 October 2019 - 04:46 PM
Usually summer is the time when I can devote a lot of time to the game seeing as I'm in college right now. It's my way of unwinding from the hectic school year. By the time we get late in the game world I can spend 8 hours a day just adding routes. Also I should point out that I only play open worlds so the opportunity for expansion is pretty much endless. But it can get pretty monotonous and mind-numbing so I will take days off where I only play around 30 minutes a day just checking routes and ordering planes. It all depends on if I have things to do that day or if I'm just not feeling it. I just really love this type of game and that's the only reason I'm able to keep playing it so much.
Posted 07 October 2019 - 03:07 AM
Anyways I just started a World in O1. I haven’t played O1 before, mostly played in O2 R0 and R1 (the really old worlds) so I’m hoping I can get to No. 1 (like how I did with O2 although I joined about 1 year late)
Posted 07 October 2019 - 04:17 AM
I don't think you need to spend more than two hours per day on this? I do roughly that many and still manage to adjust my airline(s) to a quite decent extent. About the lost of interest, it will come later on in the game once it becomes a cycle of replacing planes and refresh routes, so I'd advise always try to change something to keep it interesting or plan ahead your development? Have goals. don't aimlessly spam the heck off of the game. Just my two cents.
Posted Yesterday, 02:11 AM
I'm convinced there are a few people who are using somekind of script or utility to do all their "grunt" work for them.
Posted Yesterday, 03:55 AM
It doesn't take that long to manage a large airline. Spend an hour a day placing planes, buying new and used one's and re-pricing existing routes. Totally manageable if you have a system and process you follow.
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