Ever wanted to have your very own airport or maybe just have fun? Well, now you can do both with this free-to-play browser game as you get to be the director!
Skyrama is a free-to-play browser game that lets you build, manage and direct your very own airport in a fun and engaging environment. You get to call the shots and travel around the world while meeting thousands of other players from all over the globe.
Starting with just a little terminal, you will have to build up your airport to something respectable in Skyrama. You can add various buildings that are sure to make more passengers want to visit your airport and keeps ‘em coming back.
Various planes are also available to you in Skyrama. Use these planes to help carry passengers to their destinations and manage resources. There is an emphasis on co-operative game play in this browser game so you have to make sure to keep an eye on your neighbors!
Not only will you be tasked with managing cargo, challenged with daily flight plans and other objectives, you will also be able to put on air shows. Really wow the crowd with spectacular airplanes and great accommodations. By successfully doing all of this stuff, you will be rewarded with experience and money. Experience is important because you can raise your level and unlock new planes and other buildings. Of course, once you unlock all those goodies you will need to have money to buy them, so get working!
Skyrama features a very user-friendly interface that makes it easy to get all of your tasks done on the tarmac. Keep track of your flights and where the planes are at to make sure everyone can get to their destination on time. And don’t forget the micromanagement of your airport... you could easily get lost if it weren’t for the ease of controls.
The fun environment of Skyrama will provide you with nearly endless things to do, from collecting souvenirs to running your airport; there is surely always something that you can do. Just make sure to make friends as well because you will need them to help get stuff done!