RADAR CHAOS HAWAII EDITION
|Six awesome levels|
|Real pilot voices|
|Conflict prediction and detection|
|Flight data board|
|Advanced conflict management tools|
|A full suite of tutorial videos|
Buy Radar Choas Hawaii Edition risk-free. All of our products come with a 60-day refund policy. Read the full policy here.
Radar Chaos Hawaii Edition is now available. The Original Radar Chaos was designed with the new player in mind, and included starter levels. The Hawaii edition is more of a 'simulation' than a 'game'. The location, maps, routes and procedures are based on a real location. New players are urged to try The Original Radar Chaos first, as it has several hellpful beginner levels. If you have not tried the original Radar Chaos, you can grab it here. For years, users have asked that we base our games on real-world locations. We have not done so until now. Hawaii is the ideal location for a radar simulation, as it offers the gameplay scenarios that we are trying to achieve.
Radar Chaos: Hawaii Edition has six levels, each guaranteed to keep you very busy. There are two "high level" sectors and four terminal sectors. The terminal sectors focus on airports such as Honolulu, Maui, Hilo and Kona. The high level sectors are vastly different, where your job to sequence arriving oceanic traffic into 'streams' for the receiving terminal sectors.
Radar Chaos: Hawaii Edition is full of realistic conflict management tools:
- Conflict prediction
- Conflict detection
- Route display
- Top-of-climb prediction
- Range/bearing information between different aircraft
- 'Future lines' that predict where aircraft will be in two minutes.
- Waypoint distance information, ideal for sequencing traffic into 'streams' for arrival.
- Flight data board
The biggest reasons to upgrade from the original Radar Chaos to the Hawaii edition are the new conflict management tools, the human pilot voices, and the real-world location. We guarantee you won't be disappointed! Have we mentioned our 60-day refund policy?
A functioning data board containing flight number, aircraft type, assigned/filed mach speed, assigned/filed flight level, route and destination.
|Filed route display, including projected 'top of climb' arc.|
|'Future lines', which predict flight paths and altitudes between conflicting aircraft.||Mileage display, which assists with applying correct miles-in-trail spacing between arrivals.|