112 Operator Review

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    112 Operator is a simulation game that lets you take charge as a dispatcher handling various crises. Here is our 112 Operator Review.

    The game is developed by Jutsu Games and published by Games Operators and was released on April 23, 2020, for the Nintendo Switch, IOS, Android, and PC. There is also another version available of the game called 911 Operator.

    112 Operator provides an immersive experience, putting you at the heart of emergency scenarios. The game’s strategic gameplay demands quick thinking and efficient resource allocation to tackle multiple incidents simultaneously. The adrenaline rush from making critical decisions keeps players engaged and hooked, delivering an enjoyable gaming experience for fans of high-stakes challenges.

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    While 112 Operator offers thrill-seekers an adrenaline-packed experience, for me it was more stressful than anything else taking a bit of the fun away from it. The constant flow of emergency calls and the need for swift action can be overwhelming, requiring multitasking and time management skills. This intense atmosphere may not suit everyone’s preferences, but for those seeking a challenging adventure, it’s a perfect fit.

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    One notable concern I have is the unit visibility. At times, it can be difficult to identify occupied units, leading to potential oversights in resource allocation. The game gives you a big territory pretty quickly which is also a bit of an issue, making quick decisions and navigation more challenging than expected.

    112 Operator excels in delivering an exhilarating emergency management simulation, offering an engaging experience for people who relish high-pressure decision-making. However, you should be prepared to tackle stress along the way. At times the game was fun, especially early on, but after the 1st hour, the game started to become more and more stressful and a lot less fun. The thing that is kinda fun is answering the 991/112 calls that you have to figure out and help the person on the other end.

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    While it might be fun for some, it can be more stressing to others, especially when you have a lot of units to tend to and a big area to oversee.

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