The importance of management flight simulators for learning has been already tested and documented. Single player simulation games are usually utilised, but a multiplayer simulation game adds direct competition to the existing problems (delays, nonlinearities and feedbacks). An asymmetric game also introduces bounded rationality and the dynamics of the information flow within the team. A network team game finally allows for the analysis of cooperation dynamics (by letting the users play against each other: against an unpredictable competitor, with no pre-defined strategy). This paper presents an asymmetric multiplayer network game that is considered to be easy to play and understand. The main advantage of the ILE here introduced is the facilitation of the analysis of: learning and decision making processes, cooperation and competition dynamics.