Posted: 16 months ago, last updated 3 weeks ago.
Play involves drawing pathways for planes. It sounds simple, but requires consideration of other planes in the sky and hazards on route. More players can join as they want. Unusually, (like Conduct Together) you don't control a specific plane. Instead, you can grab any plane to guide it, so players can seamlessly work together and help each other out.
There are multiplayer modes for up to eight players in hectic up-to-8-player battles: throw meteors, invoke tornadoes or drop a giant cake on your opponents. The pilot who gets the most passengers safely to their destination wins.
You can play this game in the following styles:
Progress is saved between levels and after any customizations are done to the player's plane.
There is an option to enable a colour-blind mode in the settings. However, this setting will only suit a portion of colour-blind players as it only tweaks the colour purple as far as we can tell.
There are audio cues to signify when a plane is ready for take-off.
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