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Pack your bags for a trip through the skies in Airport Mania.

Travel through eight amusing airports while you land a variety of planes, purchase upgrades and avoid delays. Stay on your toes, as some planes carry precious cargo and will need to land in a hurry, while others might need a trip to the repair shop. But, with good planning, you're sure to make it to the gate on time.

With unique challenges, whimsical characters and fun that'll put a smile on your face, Airport Mania is one flight you can't miss!

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Posted by Philip J Reed

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Lobster said:

This reminds me of the old Humongous Entertainment art style. You know, Putt-Putt and Pajama Sam and Fatty Bear, etc. I think they actually had a game to introduce small children to the concept of airports.

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