After launching earlier this year on PC, 112 Operator has now been released for iPhone and iPad, with an Android version coming in November.
A sequel to the earlier 911 Operator, you assume the role of an emergency services dispatcher as you aim to help as many people as possible by sending out police, ambulance and fire service units, while also dealing with staff shortages, low budgets, and other difficulties.
Some of the improvements 112 Operator makes over its predecessor is its increased danger levels as the playable area expands to include over 100,000 different areas based on real places to operate in, from tiny suburban neighbourhoods to entire metropolises, many of which are up to 25 times larger than the playable spaces available in the first game.
To add to the difficulty, there’s also a dynamic weather system which can cause problems for your operation, with the day/night cycle affecting peak traffic, and extreme weather conditions make the roads much more dangerous. There can even be catastrophes and natural disasters that you’ll have to be quick to respond to if you want to help as many people as you can.
And to shake things up there’s now an entirely new career mode in which you climb to the top of the career ladder, follow the commands of your superior and try your best to help the people who need it the most. In this mode, making mistakes could mean receiving a small reprimand, or a mark on your life and career. You can play 112 Operator's career mode in one of the available real world cities, or take it upon yourself by playing in the Free Game mode.
Put on your headset and start helping people now by downloading 112 Operator on the iOS App Store for £9.99. It’s coming to Google Play for Android in November, and you can already sign up for pre-registration.