BIGGER CITY = More Tech! – Airborne Kingdom – Strategy Management Game – Episode #4

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Airborne Kingdom is a unique flying city-builder by A Wandering Band, out Fall 2020. The game uniquely blends management with exploration. Barren landscapes never let you stay put for long, but perhaps your efforts can restore the world to its former utopia.

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4 thoughts on “BIGGER CITY = More Tech! – Airborne Kingdom – Strategy Management Game – Episode #4”

  1. I thought about buying this game – I love its style, the idea is amazing and the whole concept very cool but it feels like a very static progression. Any challenge you faced during this series was basically self-made (which is fine). I just feel like the ideas are a bit wasted since there is nothing to keep you wanting to grow more and more.

    If you think about management/city building games like Anno – which I'd say would be close enough for a comparison – there's always something to do, late game desires require a ton of effort and planning to fulfil and keep fulfilled.

    That said, I wish the devs more than anything that they are able to expand on this concept for a second game. It definitely deserves a sequel.


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