Shakes on a Plane lands on PlayStation and Xbox consoles

Shakes on a Plane

Attention passengers! The frenetic co-op time management flight attendant simulator Shakes on a Plane lands today on PlayStation and Xbox consoles.

If you like time management simulator games set in hospitals, restaurants, or even esports teams, you might want to try managing in the clouds. Yes, in the clouds!

All of this is now possible thanks to Assemble Entertainment and developer Huu Games. Today, they announced the release of Shakes on a Plane. (No, it doesn’t feature Samuel L. Jackson serving shakes on a jetliner, although we wish it did.)

Flying is fun

Shakes on a Plane challenges you and up to three players to create a pleasant aerial cuisine experience in a chaotic setting using basic, easy-to-use controls and unexpectedly sophisticated gameplay. Coordination, delegation, and cooperation will push you to success and ensure you receive a five-star rating on the “How was your flight today?” survey.

Crying kids, rude drunks, hurried business class passengers… it is not your responsibility to choose the passengers, but it is your responsibility to keep them pleased with delectable food and delightful beverages. If the passengers become too sassy, you can always para-drop them out of the airlock. Believe us, it is normal practice for all airlines.

Teamwork works

Bring along up to three other players to create the perfect flight attendant squad, but remember that you’re trapped in a metal tube at 35,000 feet. So teamwork, collaboration, and patience are essential.

Shakes on a Plane is available today for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S. The game is already available on PC and Nintendo Switch.

Watch the Shakes on a Plane trailer below!

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