Monthly Archives: May 2011

Heavy Traffic

Check out this time-compressed video of air traffic at Logan International Airport in Boston.  I very much like the low camera perspective.  The creative juices are flowing for Airport Madness 4!


Radar Chaos on Facebook

I would like to invite everyone to try the Facebook version of Radar Chaos.  Share the app with friends, compare top scores and discuss the app on our discussion board and wall. This version is identical to our single-level demo, no longer time-limited.

Radar Chaos is available on over 100 game portals around the world.  We challenge you to give the full version a try, which includes 10 different levels including ‘beginner’ levels for those not familiar with air traffic control procedures.

Radar Chaos was developed in just four intense months.  We wish to thank our incredible beta testers, most notably Thomas Boon who has been testing with us since Airport Madness 1, and was the developer of our Big Fat Simulations Wiki.  Please keep the game feedback coming!

Stay tuned for an ‘enroute’ version of Radar Chaos, likely in the Spring of 2012!

Office Jerk #1 iPhone App in 26 Countries!

Big Fat Simulations, in collaboration with Fluik Entertainment, would like to thank everyone here for their support in helping Office Jerk achieve #1 status in the US, UK, Canada, and 23 other countries.  After just four days in the app store, Office Jerk has been downloaded 1.6 million times!

Check out this article covering Radar Chaos’s release.

If you have not yet tried Office Jerk, grab it here!

Radar Chaos Update 1.04 Available

If you’ve purchased Radar Chaos, be sure to grab the latest update.  Simply open the application and click on the bottom link, “An Update is Available”.  The update will install itself automatically.   Should you have any difficulties with the update, please email us.  We usually respond very quickly.

Radar Chaos Update: Version 1.04

  • Added lines to connect data tags to aircraft
  • Level 8: Numerous flight plan errors
  • Reduced frequency of emergencies
  • More stringent altitude compliance in beginner levels
  • Level 5: Added waypoint images
  • Reduced music volume
For a complete list of updates, read more here.