Enter the fast paced and exciting world of Runway: World Tour on your iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. You start the game as the lead Air Traffic Controller at Aspen County Airport. Help Bombardier Canadair CRJ200 regional jets land at your airport before they run out of fuel. Direct them to the gate to unload passengers and to the fuel and deicing depots to prepare for their outbound journey. Then it is time for more passengers and a timely takeoff.
The fun is just beginning. Move on to the bustle of Washington D.C.’s Dulles International Airport and say hello to Boeing’s 757 and Phantom Ray. The challenge continues at Paris’s Charles de Gaulle International Airport as newly assembled Airbus A350 aircraft emerge from Air France hangars. If you master that, head back across the Atlantic to Ciudad Juarez, Mexico where you will test and repair a wide variety of aircraft including the still in service Soviet workhorse Tupolev Tu-154. Then continue south to vibrant Rio de Janeiro’s Galeao International Airport where a variety of juice depots await you along with the Brazilian Embraer 195. Prove your mettle at Singapore’s Changi International where the airtrain shuttles passengers to and from gates receiving the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Continue your adventure at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport where passengers have an assortment of tasty snacks and yummy drinks to choose from. Then drop by the Greek isles at Santorini’s Airport and navigate the minotaur maze. Hop west to Madrid’s Barajas International Airport for some tasty tapas. Then head back east to Flughafen Frankfurt am Main and load up some German cars onto Lufthansa freighter planes. Face the ultimate challenge at Rome’s Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino International Airport for fish and grape juice.
- Drag planes to the runway and draw out paths for them once they are on the ground
- Visual and audio feedback to play quickly and effectively
- Eleven exciting cities with new adventures each time
- Twelve types of aircraft each with their own unique characteristics
- Multiple runways, gates, and service depots
- Increasing difficulty and challenge in later cities
- In-game tutorials and booklet makes getting started fun and easy
- Difficulty settings for a bespoke gaming experience
- Unique theme music for each city
- Addictive, invigorating gameplay
Dear World Tour Fans:
We are pleased to introduce non-stop service to Rome’s Leonardo da Vinci Fiumicino International Airport. Partake in delicate fish and ice cold grape juice against the backdrop of some classical Roman architecture.
Got an iPhone 5 or an iPad? Now enjoy an edge to edge gaming experience for your devices. No more black bars darkening up your Runway experience.
Also, be sure to check out our newest game, Traffic City USA! Take the action to the streets!
-- Your Pals at Red Watermelon
Ratings and Reviews
Fun but problems
I really enjoy this game. I like how there is themed scenery and music for each city as well as different challenges.
One of the problems I have is with Madrid. EVERY plane requests wine, some after they have loaded shrimp or bread. But it takes a LONG time to load wine, sometimes longer than 10 seconds; meanwhile new planes just keep coming (and requesting wine!) This results in an impossible backlog of planes. It would be nice if the wine would load faster and if some of the planes would be ready for take-off after just loading shrimp or bread.
I like the achievements. I wish there were more of them! I've completed them all except for 2 which I have not been giving credit for though I'm sure I've completed them more than once.
Game works great except for Madrid
This game is really addicting!! I find myself playing everyday and it is fun trying to beat my old score. I have to keep plugging it up because it drains the battery quickly. The only problem is that the Madrid level has a bug because the planes keep coming but the stations stop working for 30+ seconds! backing up everything. Madrid is actually a fun level once it is fixed.
Great Game, Works Well
Ok, this game can be incredibly tough but that's good. I don't experience any glitches and I have a lot of maddening fun. Two improvements suggested: 1) Allow user to reset high scores. Unless I missed it there's no way to do that and it feels good after a while to start fresh. 2) explain what's going on in each city more. Sometimes there's grapes or fish. Sometimes there's electricity and shrimp. Why? The data dump for Washington DC B2s is cool.
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.