Busy Bags - Master Baggage Claims once and for all!
Loie Favre found her way to her present passion for Android and smartphone technology after experiencing an epiphany when she held her Galaxy Note 2. From that point onwards, you can find her with her nose buried in countless Android apps and different smartphone models, and thanking her lucky stars that she gets to work at something she loves.
A recurring nightmares for airplane travelers is definitely the baggage claim area and all of the problems and delays associated with it. Busy Bags addresses this issue in a fun way, and the player needs to do everything so that the passenger gets their luggage without any hassle.
Whether this is a fun game will be discussed in today's app test review.
Test device: Samsung Galaxy Nexus
Android version: 4.2.2
Busy Bags is based on a typical area of an airport: the baggage claim hall. Here, each passenger waits for their suitcase in the hope that it will arrive in one piece at their destination. In this game, the player is responsible for the delivery of all luggage and moving passengers towards their suitcases before they stack up on the conveyer belt
The game's mechanism is very simple but is more complicated than real airports. You'll also need to deal with different types of passengers, like businessmen who are in a hurry. You must also deal with some unexpected problems like a jammed conveyor belt. Each airport brings different elements and tasks to be complete.
One of the main problems with this game is that the controls are really repetitive. Busy Bags is based on a single game mode, while I would have preferred to have a multiplayer mode so that I can compete with friends.
Busy Bags is a funny game and just landed in the Play Store. In our test, we had fun in the first few hours of play, but then found there was a lack of motivation to continue playing. Despite this fact, those who want to try a game set in an airport can try this fun game, at least for a few hours.
Screen & Controls
Busy Bags made me a good impression on me thanks to its great graphics. The app has its own original style, though it is a little '"childish". The text is well suited to the atmosphere of the app.
As for the controls, the zoom didn't always work perfectly, and sometimes I had to click on a character more than once to get it to react correctly.
Speed & Stability
Busy Bags worked perfectly and without lags. It crashed a couple of times but I think my device is to blame.
Busy Bags can be downloaded for $2.30 from Google Play Store, an appropriate price for a fun pastime.