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Reviews of First Class Flurry
Ciani | Added on: July 7, 2009
 
This is a decent game but the things you have to click on are a little to small and easy to miss in a hurry. The interface feels fiddly and annoying because of this. Also the game gets too difficult towards the end and I couldn't finish it. It's good enough to play as far as you can get if you have a fun pass, but I wouldn't recommend buying it.
RandiM | Added on: August 2, 2010
 
I just played the demo with this game and I am going to buy it after I write this review. I absolutely loved it. It is very challenging once you get into it and there's a bunch of different stuff to do. Plus, if you're girly, then you'll love the decorations. You can choose from pink, purple and blue decorations at one point and there's 50 levels to do. I imagine it won't take me long to finish but it has very good replay value as you can change the decorations and everything, and try to top your score. It's hard to get expert on every level and I like that, I hate games that are too easy and boring. I have played hundreds of games on here and I have only chosen to buy a few of them, I am very picky. So, if you're as picky as me you will most likely love this game too. Try it!
Justsue | Added on: April 17, 2012
 
This is a fun, straightforward time management game. It's just challenging enough, has a decent amount of levels, and finishes before it becomes tedious. There is a storyline, but it's simple and doesn't take up much time. You're a flight attendant serving passengers as quickly as you can, and picking up their trays. The secret to meeting goals, especially the expert goals, is in making long strings of combos. You'll also have to deal with occasional challenges, like turbulence, or lost children. In the last levels of the game, the pace gets pretty challenging but not impossible. There were a few levels I had to redo simply because I wanted that expert score and couldn't get it on the first try.
jmg1234 | Added on: April 19, 2012
 
Got frustrating, and boring. Way too many games so similar to this one. Very monotonous, mainstream game. I can tell very little work was put into the making of this game. It's like they are running out of ideas or something. Also its frustrating when they don't even give you a choice of relaxed mode. This should be an option in all games.
kristy_carter87 | Added on: February 4, 2010
 
for me personally, i found it was a good game. i managed to get expert on every level of the game finishing the game simply by the more multiples i made and the items in the store. it is very clicky, but thinky in the way that you choose which passengers to assist, think about which passengers you should give treats to as you can only give one at a time and it takes time to bring up another treat, and you have to look at their patience because the second someone loses their heart patience, money is taken away from what you've collected in the level which could be costly. i thought the last stage of the game could have used more locations, but i didn't mind it. the one thing i did mind though was the speed towards the end. in some locations, they didn't give enough time. there's more of a process to go through than other stages that by the end it felt short. the game as a whole was ok. i like the game for the intensity. one of those games where i felt really relieved to have finished it because of it.
Lisa522 | Added on: July 26, 2010
 
This is a high quality and challenging game! You really have to be on the ball to handle this one. You play a flight attendant who handles 10 flights (levels) in 4 different countries. If you score well enough in the 4 countries, you will unlock a bonus area, the moon! Everything is done in themes ... when you play Europe, you will have a European theme. When you play Asia, an Asian theme. The Americas, the same. Even the moon phase has you serving moon style foods and the customers sleeping in pods. This game gives something new on almost every level. You have to seat wandering little girls, help businessmen find their PDAs, seat bratty little boys, serve royalty and celebrities, and zillions more types of customers. It really pays to get a good system and first class leg of this game is difficult! You also will play business and economy classes, which are a little easier. Always buy the largest size tray first and try for chains... serve, serve, serve, then garbage, garbage, garbage on your way back. Helps a lot. 4.5 out of 5 stars on this one.
collagejoy | Added on: January 26, 2010
 
I agree with Ciani. This game was fun, but got too hard and I, too, could not finish it. The icons are small and I felt way too rushed almost from the beginning. I realise Time Management games make you feel rushed, but this one was too much. Play for free. Don't buy.