UIG Entertainment have today announced that their forthcoming management simulation title, Airport Architect, will be coming to Xbox One in early spring of 2017.
Airport Architect is a casual simulation game with a unique art style challenging you to construct, design and manage your very own personalized airport. Offering advanced and realistic simulation features, your task is to create an international multi-terminal airport catering to numerous agencies accommodating millions of passengers.
Real airport designs are included as starter-kits, such as LAX, VIE and LHR. Or you can craft your very own airport from scratch using the large number of interior and exterior items included with the game. Hangars, airstrips, control towers and airport vehicles and planes are just the beginning.
So we all know certain members of the TiX Senior Managment team like a good farming simulator, therefore the latest update to come to Professional Farmer 2017 by UIG Entertainment should be like taking a small child to a candy store.
Available now for free, this rather large update adds new machinery, additional selling points, tweaks and gameplay improvements. If that hasn’t got you rushing out to start your tractors, then here is the more definitive list.
New tractor: EuroTrac F40 in three versions
New tractor: EuroTrac F50 in three versions
New tractor: Lindner 114ep
New tractor: Vistra N150
New tractor: Vistra N165
New trailer: Krampe Big Body 500 Carrier
New plow: Vistra DG4 (4-furrow)
New plow: Vistra DG8 (8-furrow)
New grubber: Hirsch Terrano 3FX
New grubber: Hirsch Terrano 5FX
New seeder: D9-60 Super
Added biogas plant where grass, corn and canola can be sold
Added mill where wheat, rye and barley can be sold
Added levelling system with 6 special abilities upgradable in 5 steps each
Added overlays to inform about important events within the game
Added acoustic warning for full containers when harvesting
Added acoustic warning on low fuel level
Birth-rate of animals increased
Increased size of bales and bale press
So no more complaining about the size of your bales. If you want to know what we thought of the game check out our review here, or check out the games Official Website.
Forestry. What images does it conjure in your mind? Men in checked shirts, saw-wielding, dungaree wearing real men. I didn’t want to write. I wanted to be, a.. woah, wait a minute. What’s this? UIG Entertainment have announced the answer to those who have a love of chopping down trees but don’t necessarily wish to spend a lot of time outdoors.
Forestry 2017: The Simulation will be hitting the Xbox One sometime in the first half of 2016 and will appeal to those who like the sedate gaming features that the likes of Farming Simulator brought. If you’ve invested in Farming Simulator, then I’ve a feeling that Forestry Simulator will be right up your logging alley.
Cut yourself a new niche in the woodcutting business as Forestry 2017 takes you on an exciting business venture in your very own forest. As with the Farming titles, the game will feature realistic logging machinery and equipment. Everything you need to enjoy the fresh air and challenge your lumberjack skills. Learn to operate and master the tools of the trade and have fun driving ultra-cool harvesters, tractors and trucks. If you fancy getting up close and personal as a chippy, you can always fire up your trusty chainsaw and shout ‘timber’ to your heart’s content. For a little bit of extra old-school fun, bring along your faithful logging horse to tow the timber away. Sell the wood and you can bank the profits or invest in more sophisticated machines to start your logging empire.
The game will also feature hired help with first and third person modes. There will be four types of trees that you can hack down for further processing and you will have the ability to choose from your incoming orders. You can adjust your production cycle where needed and also level your character up in-game.
Forestry 2017: The Simulation will be coming to Xbox One this summer. You can smell the sap already and I managed to get through all of that with only scant reference to Monty Python.