112 Operator allows you to manage emergency services in any city in the world! Dispatch units, take calls and face situations caused by weather, traffic or changing seasons. Help the city survive escalating events like riots, organized crime, terrorist attacks, cataclysms, natural disasters and many more!Help on a scale bigger than ever before. The sequel of the award-winning 911 Operator lets you act on many, completely different levels -- from taking care of a single neighborhood, to coordinating several operators' work in the world's biggest metropolises.
Full 3D visualisation will give you the inside view of your units' actions. Choose from over 100 000 areas, such as districts, municipalities, and tens of thousands of real cities from all over the world. Face the dynamic weather, based on authentic, historical data.
Watch the incidents change as day or night comes, traffic increases and seasons pass. Watch out for extreme conditions that may lead to cataclysms and natural disasters. Try to tame big wildfires spreading across the map.
Weather isn't your only problem though -- be careful when dealing with terrorist attacks and gang wars.
112 Operator may not look particularly exciting to an observer, but to put yourself in the hot-seat and actually play is exhilarating.
The game is great and keeps you on your toes. I love the variety and how different units play their parts. It is challenging but ultimately fun and rewarding. With a good flow of updating and maybe even mod support, it can continue to be a great game.
If you want to get sweaty, play the game without the active pause. [06/2020, p.70]
112 Operator is a resourceful and exciting game that we really enjoyed during its first hours. We expected resource management and sirens, but decision making and even first aid lessons were a nice extra for a concept with depth and lots of potential that fell short due to its repetitiveness and a few design problems.
Overall, 112 Operator is a fun game for anyone who likes to play management sims. Unfortunately, when the easy control system and preset stories wear thin, there’s nothing to keep this dispatcher from changing careers. I know the developers are planning to release more content, which will help, but I don’t think that will be enough to completely salvage the experience.
112 Operator is more of a spinoff than a sequel. It adds a few things, but also carries over all the problems of its predecessor. While there's still potential here for an enjoyable micromanagement game, it gets lots in the shuffle of bad design choices and repetition.
112 Operator functions both as an instructive experience and an entertaining one. It's immersive and the gameplay loop is satisfying. But it lacks a real progression system and ultimately an excuse to keep sitting on the other side of the phone on the long run
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