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Aerobiz Supersonic
Aerobiz Supersonic (NA)
Developer(s) Koei
Publisher(s) Koei
Platform(s) Super Nintendo Entertainment System platform icon
Genre(s) Business simulation game
Rating(s)
ESRB  CERO 

03ESRB - E  01CERO A 

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Aerobiz Supersonic is a airline management sim developed by Koei for the Super Nintendo. It was the sequel to Aerobiz.

Gameplay

As in the previous title, the player is a CEO of an airplane company managing the routes. The game now has four playable ages and several more events. The playable times are as follows:

  • 1955 -1975 (Construction of the first jets)
  • 1970 -1985 (an unstable period due to the oil crisis and the Cold War)
  • 1985-2005 (a prosperous peace and an ever-growing economy)
  • 2000-2020

Cities

Events

In the game, various events occur in the game that affect the business

  • Summer Olympic Games (Note: in 1976, the games were held in Montreal, although in the game they are held in Toronto because Montreal does not appear in the game)
  • End of colonialism
  • Singapore Secession from Malaysia
  • Up to Fidel Castro's Power (1959)
  • Suez Crisis
  • Vietnam War
  • Indo-Pakistani War of 1971
  • Yom Kippur War
  • The Energy Crisis of 1973
  • Iran-Iraq War
  • Desert Storm operation
  • Perestroika
  • Fall of the Berlin Wall and German reunification
  • Fall of the Soviet Union
  • Return of Hong Kong to the People's Republic of China
  • Growth of the European Union
  • Ukraine enters the European Union (July 1998)
  • Belarus joins the European Union (January 1999)
  • Switzerland joins the European Union in (July 2003)
  • Russia joins the European Union (October 2005)
  • Civil War in places and causal moments
  • Fast obsolescence of supersonic commercial air transport (2007-2016)
  • World Oil Crisis at the End of 2010
  • Richies of the states at the airlines of money to find alternatives to fossil fuels
  • Volcanic eruption in New Zealand
  • Flooding in Thailand and Vancouver, Canada (in relation to global climate change)

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