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Author Topic: Game World #3 (10/18 - 7/19) end results  (Read 494 times)

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Game World #3 (10/18 - 7/19) end results
« on: July 22, 2019, 12:51:39 PM »
The modern era Game World #3 ended today and here are the final statistics!

The next longer scenario will start later in the summer as we're spreading out the starting times of the main game worlds a bit. Meanwhile take a look at the Game Worlds #1, #2 and #4 for your new airline.

A new series of shorter and recurring game worlds will also be announced soon, and that is the next game to start. Stay tuned for details posted at our website, email newsletter and Facebook!


Richest CEOs

PlayerAirlineMoney
1.   konchr   Nippon Rising   127 213 763 USD

2.   schro   Owl Express   127 161 758 USD

3.   MuzhikRB   ZUBR Airlines   126 825 009 USD

4.   gazzz0x2z   Gazometre Au Charbon   126 315 953 USD

5.   JumboShrimp   Jumbo Shrimp World   125 314 215 USD


Highest scoring airlines

AirlinePlayerScore
1.   ZUBR Airlines   MuzhikRB   1 988

2.   Nippon Rising   konchr   1 973

3.   Pacifica   connorc17   1 928

4.   New World Order   dkontod1   1 914

5.   Concept Bright   unsaid   1 892


Oldest airlines

AirlinePlayerAge
1.   ZUBR Airlines   MuzhikRB   37 years 1 months

2.   Nippon Rising   konchr   37 years 1 months

3.   Pacifica   connorc17   37 years 1 months

4.   New World Order   dkontod1   37 years 1 months

5.   Concept Bright   unsaid   37 years 1 months

6.   PacAir   Zombie Slayer   37 years 1 months

7.   GreenCurry Air Service   RuneF   37 years 1 months

8.   JetGO   Pup   37 years 1 months

9.   PoppyAir   groundbum2   37 years 1 months

10.   Brexit Air   xBuzz   37 years 1 months

11.   LUMBAGO Airways   SibbeK   37 years 1 months

12.   Jumbo Shrimp World   JumboShrimp   37 years 1 months

13.   voyagair   broadbander   37 years 1 months

14.   LynxJET   Vin   37 years 1 months

15.   CARO AIRWAYS   saman   37 years 1 months

16.   Unify Airlines   Slurve30   37 years 1 months

17.   Owl Express   schro   37 years 1 months

18.   Furaito   Mort   37 years 1 months

19.   Cedars   Pieere   37 years 1 months

20.   Gazometre Au Charbon   gazzz0x2z   37 years 1 months

21.   Aurora   cannimed   37 years 1 months

22.   GreatWings   grrizzly   37 years 1 months

23.   BrasilAero   maxp   37 years 1 months

24.   NEOSKY   jamie.s   37 years 1 months

25.   Canada Travel Worldwide   Ace McCool   37 years 1 months

26.   W Air   wmitts   37 years 1 months

27.   Imperial   NovemberCharlie   37 years 1 months

28.   Thousand Wings   schlaf   37 years 1 months

29.   Connect Israel   Caretakerbc   37 years 1 months

30.   GlobeAmerica   TFC1   37 years 1 months

31.   BantAir   mwoods446   37 years 1 months

32.   Redemption Air   appletalking   37 years 1 months

33.   Logica Global Airways   RainbowSevenNine   37 years 1 months

34.   Vantage Air   vantage   37 years 1 months

35.   Origin America   Aerohottie   37 years 1 months

36.   Qubefish   [ATA] Verto   37 years 1 months

37.   Kasnak Air   vscott3   37 years 1 months

38.   ECUADORIAN   Dan   37 years 1 months

39.   Air Nordic   jdehn   37 years 1 months

40.   AirAquarius   Airbus330   37 years 1 months

41.   Syriana Syrian Airways   Turbine   37 years 1 months


Largest fleets in operation

AirlinePlayerAircraft
1.   Concept Bright   unsaid   2 141

2.   Nippon Rising   konchr   1 957

3.   PoppyAir   groundbum2   1 854

4.   Dida Airlines   DiCH   1 717

5.   ZUBR Airlines   MuzhikRB   1 673


Most airports served

AirlinePlayerDestinations
1.   Jumbo Shrimp World   JumboShrimp   648

2.   PoppyAir   groundbum2   586

3.   Nippon Rising   konchr   578

4.   Dida Airlines   DiCH   538

5.   Concept Bright   unsaid   536


Busiest airports

AirportPassengers / yr
1.   London Heathrow (EGLL / LHR)   258.45 mil

2.   Atlanta - Hartsfield-Jackson (KATL / ATL)   212.38 mil

3.   Chicago - O'Hare (KORD / ORD)   211.59 mil

4.   Los Angeles (KLAX / LAX)   197.43 mil

5.   Paris - Charles De Gaulle (LFPG / CDG)   148.85 mil


Alliances

AllianceScore
1.   Elite Worldwide Alliance   2 410

2.   Phoenix Alliance   1 726

3.   New World   1 694

4.   Global Express   1 614

5.   Sky Alliance   1 542


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Re: Game World #3 (10/18 - 7/19) end results
« Reply #1 on: July 22, 2019, 02:06:00 PM »
Well done to everyone, good game!

Konchr, you kicked ass in Japan  8)

Looking forward to details of the challenge world's coming up soon hopefully!

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Re: Game World #3 (10/18 - 7/19) end results
« Reply #2 on: July 22, 2019, 02:31:55 PM »
thanks everyone for the good game.

Notice that one can start in MPL(not even in the top 200 airports, with barely 8.5M pax the last year), have 85% of its flying stuff as S2000s(896 of them to be accurate), and still end up first in weekly flights. That was a lot of fun. Will do something else next time.

Time to change company name. Hehehehehe.

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Re: Game World #3 (10/18 - 7/19) end results
« Reply #3 on: July 22, 2019, 05:28:46 PM »
thanks everyone for the good game.

Notice that one can start in MPL(not even in the top 200 airports, with barely 8.5M pax the last year), have 85% of its flying stuff as S2000s(896 of them to be accurate), and still end up first in weekly flights. That was a lot of fun. Will do something else next time.

Time to change company name. Hehehehehe.

I have to ask though Gazz I'm thinking it got to the point where you did nothing but replace S2000s

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Re: Game World #3 (10/18 - 7/19) end results
« Reply #4 on: July 22, 2019, 07:13:49 PM »
I have to ask though Gazz I'm thinking it got to the point where you did nothing but replace S2000s

Well, in 2034 I was still planning a few 321F and 319neos, and I added a last batch of S2000s in MPL. From 2035 onwards, yes, I only replaced S2000s. And from 2030, it was probably 80% of my activity. Still, as long as the OOB limit was getting up, I was filling it. Ended up at 997 OOB planes. With around 110 aircraft at the HQ in MPL.

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Re: Game World #3 (10/18 - 7/19) end results
« Reply #5 on: July 22, 2019, 07:29:44 PM »

Time to change company name. Hehehehehe.

Gazzz, what does the name actually mean?

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Re: Game World #3 (10/18 - 7/19) end results
« Reply #6 on: July 23, 2019, 06:29:09 AM »
Gazzz, what does the name actually mean?

Mike

well, it's french nonsense, basically.

gazomètre means gas holder.

charbon means coal - which makes no sense in the context of a gazomètre/gas holder.

it's also a reference to Gaston Lagaffe

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Et pourtant, lorsque le gazomètre à charbon de la 509 explose sur l’autoroute, la FIAT passe devant le radar de la gendarmerie à 160 km/h.

I couldn't find the exact image, unfortunately. But here is the car concerned, without the infamous(and impossible) "gazomètre au charbon" speed modification :




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Re: Game World #3 (10/18 - 7/19) end results
« Reply #7 on: July 23, 2019, 07:11:01 AM »
well, it's french nonsense, basically.

gazomètre means gas holder.

charbon means coal - which makes no sense in the context of a gazomètre/gas holder.

it's also a reference to Gaston Lagaffe

I couldn't find the exact image, unfortunately. But here is the car concerned, without the infamous(and impossible) "gazomètre au charbon" speed modification :



Ouais... La référence à Gaston, si tu n'as pas relu récemment précisément cet album, c'est foutu :-[
Mais le nonsense, ça, pas de problème :laugh:

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Re: Game World #3 (10/18 - 7/19) end results
« Reply #8 on: July 23, 2019, 10:50:18 AM »
....I see .... or do I?!  :laugh:
I'd say that Fiat 509 looks like what Ryanair would be as a car   8)

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Re: Game World #3 (10/18 - 7/19) end results
« Reply #9 on: August 02, 2019, 04:27:21 PM »
Amazing my airline survived without me touching it (on autopilot) from mid April to end of July...

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Re: Game World #3 (10/18 - 7/19) end results
« Reply #10 on: August 02, 2019, 04:37:20 PM »
Amazing my airline survived without me touching it (on autopilot) from mid April to end of July...

Yeah, I had the same experience in prior GW2. 30+ game years without touching and still had 100s billions in the bank. Personally, theirs something wrong with that. But that's a discussion for another topic!

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Re: Game World #3 (10/18 - 7/19) end results
« Reply #11 on: August 02, 2019, 05:06:11 PM »
Yeah, I had the same experience in prior GW2. 30+ game years without touching and still had 100s billions in the bank. Personally, theirs something wrong with that. But that's a discussion for another topic!

Welcome back JS!


Talentz

Thanks

It should be fine for airline to run untouched if the airline is solidly profitable - which my GW3 was.

 

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