Airport Mania > Limited Release

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  1. Grey Alien

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    As an aside, in England we say "not ON the cards". "IN the cards" sounds weird to me but I gather it's normal in America, just one of those little differences...Originally the intro sequence for Fairway had the announcer saying "is it IN the cards?" at the end but I got them to cut it out ;-p
     
  2. SteveZ

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    Count me in as one of those people. Finally got a chance to play it and from observing the game as a whole to noting the smaller details, I can tell much passion went into it. What you have done with airplanes is, to a certain degree, analogous to what Pixar has done with cars. Congrats!

    -Steve Z.
     
  3. wazoo

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    Great job Russell! I liked it as well.

    Judging by how quickly my kids elbowed me to let them try it, they liked it too. :)
     
  4. GolfHacker

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    Sorry for bumping the thread. Just wanted to say that I finally got around to trying this game, and I like it. And I normally hate time-management games. But this one is cute and simple and really fun. Great job!
     
  5. cyrus_zuo

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    :D
    It's been great to continue to hear positive remarks about it. I'm really glad people for the most part have enjoyed it :).
     

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