Amber’s Airline is a new time management game starring you as Amber the airline employee. Your goal is to get people what they need and get them checked in for their flights, and to follow the story of Amber herself as she gets used to her new employee role. You can earn money, upgrade almost anything you want, and race to see how quickly you can check people in and how happy you can make them. Read on for some tips and tricks for Amber’s Airline!
There are a ton of story cutscenes in this game, which, if you’re really into the story, makes the game very fascinating. If you are not into the story though, there is always the skip button. Hit the skip button and you’ll go right past the story and onto the next area, whether it’s to the menu, to the level that you’re about to play, or wherever else.
Before you start each stage, take stock of where each item is, because there are new items appearing on every stage. Each customer is going to request something different. Some customers will make a request that leads you right to a puzzle, which leads you to a cutscene where you figure out the puzzle as quickly as possible.
Before you begin a level, you’ll be able to buy upgrades to various items. The two most impactful upgrades are the decorative plants, which make Amber move faster, and the information signs, which speed the passengers along. The Dixom Reception Desks are the next best as they each affect half of the customers apiece. The more expensive the upgrade, the more passengers it will effect.
You can tap as fast as the appearance of the various requests will allow you to. If you have three passengers in a row, tap each action that needs to happen in a row, whether it’s generating or grabbing an item, helping a passenger get where they need to go, or getting something for said passenger. Check out as many people at once, though, as you can, in order to bank as many hearts as possible.
To start the game, you only have ten levels at a time available to you. The rest of the game has to be purchased. Your options are to purchase the whole game for a one-time payment of $9.99, to buy a monthly subscription for $9.99 per month with a free trial, or to unlock the first 20 levels of the game for $1.99.