It seems like they have simulation games for everything. I was thinking about the good ol' days this past week and I remember that my debate partner in high school had an awesome game on his computer where you built and managed an airport Sim City-style. I must get my hands on this game, me thinks - mostly because Fligh Sim X is too powerful to run on my laptop.
I went over to the local electronics and electronics accessory store and failed, but alas, that's why we have that little thing called the Internets. And, behold, the object of my soon to be obsession:
Look at these screenshots. I'll have more to say after I actually play the game. I was too young and innocent and relatively uninterested in airports or simulations when I was first introduced to this game. But, as somewhat of a simulation expert now, I will be sure to offer my cunning and stellar commentary after I perform some market research.
Of course, one of the potential pitfalls of this discovery is that I will soon start simulating every aspect of my life. Maybe somebody out there has come up with "Night Owls Hockey 2009: Crosschecking for Life" or "Seinfeld Marathoning: Not that there's anything wrong with that" or "P&C: Sound Basic Education With a Vengeance."