The good old Plane Control, also known as Air Traffic Controller (ATC), is having a unique update, bringing players to Rio, where they have to manage air traffic of the aero planes landing at Brazilian airports. The update will be available for a limited time on both Android and iOS, and you can download it in about 3 days.
About Plane Control
In Planes Control, you are tasked with directing the flight paths of the aircrafts using simple finger gestures. The goal is to either guide the planes safely to land or engage in combat with enemy forces. Though the controls may sound easy, quick reflexes and strategic thinking are essential to successfully manage all the planes and maintain control of the sky.
With Planes Control, you have access to over 60 unique planes and helicopters, including airliners, World War II fighters, jets, and tilt rotors. Exciting aircrafts to fly include the world’s fastest plane, the SR-71 Blackbird, the largest aircraft in the world that has flown multiple times, the Antonov 225, and famous combat planes such as the Mitsubishi A6M Zero, the F-14 Tomcat, and the Apache AH-64 combat helicopter.
About the update
With this limited-time update, Planes Control gives you the chance to experience the challenges of an air traffic controller in Brazil. You’ll feel the pressure as flocks of colorful birds cross the sky while you navigate incoming air traffic at the airports.
Planes Control perfectly sets the carnival theme by promoting the cultural heritage while diversifying your gaming experience. The developers have gone the extra mile to add new and unique challenges, tougher landing conditions, and a greater variety of obstacles to keep you engaged.
Despite these additions, the core mission of being an air traffic controller remains the same. You must draw a safe path to prevent collisions with the bird flocks and other planes, guiding the flight to safety. Plus, you’ll get to try out three brand-new planes.
The new level, “Rio Carnival” will be made available in this update for a short period, from February 17th, to March 5th.
D.B. – “Plane Control celebrates the Carnival in Rio”