“First Class Flurry” tells the story of a flight attendant who loses and gets back a job during the game introduction. In this introduction, our protagonist is reading the newspaper and finds out that her company has gone bankrupt. She starts feeling really worried but before she can get a headache pill, she receives a phone call from the new owner of Starlink Airlines – her prior company – calling her back for work. There’s where the game begins. Of course, you’ll be playing the flight attendant role.
At the beginning of the game you get to select the region to which you want to start flying. You can choose from four different regions: America, Europe, Asia & Oceania, and Africa & Middle East. Once you have chosen your destination, you’ll be starting the game with a basic tutorial which will show you the first steps.
It’s pretty easy to play this game but it’s also very entertaining because you keep very busy at all times. You need some multitask handling skills in order to succeed in this game.
There are some main sections you need to know about this game:
- Basics: You need to keep your passengers happy by serving them polite as soon and as possible. Take into account their special needs and requests.
- Tips: you will get tips according to your service quality. The faster you serve your clients the more tips you get. Also, you can get extra tips by making combos.
- Turbulence: you have to get the passengers ready and safe when a turbulence event occurs.
- Passengers: there are several different types of passengers with special needs.
- Food & Drinks: the food and drinks varies depending on the destination and class.
When you enter the game you’re asked for a player name and then you reach the Main Menu, with the following options:
- Change Player: the first time there’s no existing player. After you create one or more, they’ll be saved. When you enter into this submenu, you’ll be asked for a name as a new player. It’s possible to have a list of different players and record their performance. This way, you can play home tournaments with family and friends.
- Play: Begin a new game, after showing the game introduction.
- Help: view the explanation to the game in a tabs system help.
- Options: View game options and adjust settings, such as sound volume, music volume, among others.
- High scores and Quit: no further explanation required.
You can try this game for 60 minutes before you buy the licensed version. If you like it, you can buy this game for only 19.95 dollars, right from the Oberon Media Game Center, on the Web
About the systems requirements, here you have a list to check out:
- Windows 2000; Windows Vista; Windows XP
- Graphics Card 3D Accelerated
- DirectX Version DirectX 7.0
- Processor Speed (MHz) 700
- HD Space (GB)
- RAM (MB) 256