Baby Airlines – Airport City

Baby Airlines – Airport City

There are games for grown-ups and there are games for small children. Baby Airlines – Airport City definitely belongs to the group of the latter because this app is strictly for small children and you will soon find out why.

First the name of the game suggests it but there are tens of other reasons too. The game is all about managing an airport but you get to do it in a childish way. There are various airport places to choose where you can manage things but some of them are locked and if you want to experience them too you will have to pay real money. Apart from this everything in this game has been made for children. The colors of the game are childish, the tasks you receive are childish, and everything is just for children. This is not necessarily a bad thing as the game targets small children but will not appeal to adults or even teenagers.

Since Baby Airlines – Airport City is for children it offers easy tasks too. You have to fix a plane, clean airplane seats, build your own plane and more. In case you encounter any difficulties an arrow will tell you what to do. There isn’t much else to say about this game except that it is in 2D only and that’s it.

Baby Airlines – Airport City is not a bad game. It is just for kids aged 5-7 years old and nothing more. If you want serious gaming you should look elsewhere, but if you have a small child at home, s/he may as well like this free app.

You can take a look at Baby Airlines – Airport City here on Google Play.

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