Aero Porter from Level-5 is coming to the Nintendo eShop for 3DS this month
Level-5 announced this morning that it will be releasing Aero Porter, the second of the three games it will bringing to the Nintendo 3DS eShop this year, on November 29 in both North America and Europe. The game will be priced at $4.99 USD and €4.99 / £4.49.
Designed by legendary Japanese game designer Yoot Saito, the man renowned for creating such innovative titles as Seaman and Odama, Aero Porter charges players with the task of managing the day-to-day operations of a busy airport. To do that, they must sort color-coded luggage onto the right conveyor belts, doing their best to avoid delays and ensure the timely departure of airplanes.
In managing the airport well, players will earn money, as well as more passengers, which, in turn, will unlock new elements of gameplay and up the level of challenge. Additionally, players will be able to design their own planes using a large number of color and pattern options and then share them with other players through the power of StreetPass.
Aero Porter was originally released in Japan as part of Guild01, a collection of games from some of the most respected Japanese game creators. Another one of the games from this collection, the mech title Liberation Maiden, was rereleased in October, while another, the tabletop RPG RPG (that is, a video game RPG that emulates a tabletop RPG) Crimson Shroud, will be heading to the eShop next month.
You can take a look at all three games in the video below, as well as have a gander at the screenshots we posted for Aero Porter.
Source: Level-5 press release
Video Permalink: http://youtu.be/ZCx5WMoeLHY
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