Endless ATC is a simulation game for Windows that gives you a taste of how the air traffic control looked like in 1970s. This retro style simulation game can give hours of fun to the computer nerds who love to sit in front of their computer screen and control the air traffic for a busy airport. You are shown the screen of the radar that can see the departing or approaching airplanes. Your role is to guide them to safely land on the airport’s runaway safely.
The game shows you a radar screen as you would have in 1970s with locations of planes and runways. The arrivals and departures of the planes will appear randomly. The interface is simple and might look boring for all the people today who are accustomed to 3D games and fabulous graphics. But if you follow the game instructions, you will eventually start liking it.
The gameplay is very slow in the beginning and only one or two planes are approaching slowly to the runway. At this point, all you can do is sit back and relax while sipping your hot coffee and feeling like you are an actual ATC controller from a 70’s fiction movie. But as the game progresses and you help the planes land successfully, more and more planes start approaching the runway and then it becomes very busy. You will have so many places at a point when you won’t be able to control them.
Endless ATC is available for many different platforms like Windows and Android. The demo version does not allow you to save the game progress so you will have to start the game all over again every time you launch it. But if you want the full version, then you can pay $2.99 or more to the game developer and they will send you a Steam key.
You can download the Endless ATC game from https://startgrid.itch.io/endlessatc.