Level-5 already treated us with Liberation Maiden, and now another of the Guild01 games is headed our way later this month. Aero Porter, an airport management puzzler, comes out on November 29 in North America and Europe on Nintendo's 3DS eShop, priced at $4.99.
This game comes from game designer Yoot Saito, the brain behind some of the more unique titles of our past, like Seaman and Odama.
Aero Porter will have you managing airport in a cross between a sim and a puzzle game. You'll oversee flights, luggage, and departures to earn money that will let you expand the airport. Design and share your plane via StreetPass functionality.
We've got one more Guild01 game coming after this. Stay tuned.
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