Shiver Spa. The name alone is bound to make any sane person never want to spend any time there, and given the average service… well, that would be a pretty good call. Problem is, you’re in charge of servicing the guests in Beautycopter, and with humans and animals vacationing side by side, suffice to say, it’s gonna be a long shift.
At least you won’t have to walk everywhere, a fancy backpack helicopter taking care of any and all transportation. You’re even skilled enough to somehow carry objects with your feet. Pretty impressive, but that still doesn’t help with all the upset and/or confused customers you’ll have to deal with. From an indecisive bird to a clown looking to entertain, everyone wants something and/or to go somewhere. Likely without anything resembling a ‘thank you’ upon delivery.
There’s no combat, manageable amounts of conversations, rings to fly through and guest problems to solve!
That last bit could be explained by the fact that your primary means of communication comes from pre-recorded sound clips; press a button on the toy you’re always carrying and something will happen. If you’re really lucky it’ll even help you progress. Or you’ll end up simply chatting about the weather, repeatedly.
Whenever you’re tired of all the aerial navigation, want a change of scenery, or both – enter a building! At which point the game changes from 3D flying to 2D adventure, and unsurprisingly, you’ll be doing this quite a bit in order to… well, at least try to make everyone happy. Accidents do happen, however, so I wouldn’t worry too much about striving for perfection. Not with this rowdy lot to rely on for a satisfaction rating, that’s for sure.
Don’t let that stop you from trying though. There’s fun to be had in Beautycopter, even if it might seem more than a little unruly at first. Take some time to familiarize yourself with the controls, and before you know it, everyone will be applauding your efforts. (Yeah right.)