Air Traffic Chaos

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Air Traffic Chaos
North American cover
Developer(s) Majesco Entertainment
Publisher(s) Majesco
Platform(s) Nintendo DS
  • JP: February 22, 2007
  • NA: September 8, 2008
Genre(s) Simulation game
Mode(s) Single-player

Air Traffic Chaos is an air traffic controller simulation video game developed and published by Majesco Entertainment for the Nintendo DS handheld video game console. It has previously been released in Japan under the name ぼくは航空管制官 (I Am An Air Traffic Controller), and later in Europe under the title Air Traffic Controller by DS. A video game demo was made available before its release for the Wii's Nintendo Channel.

Air Traffic Chaos involves the player taking control of an airport control tower for a period. During this period the player needs to achieve a certain score based on orders given to planes and safe take offs and landings. The game has a total of 15 challenges.[1]

The airports in Air Traffic Chaos are all 5 international and domestic Japanese airports. They are:

[1] These each have 3 stages ranging from easy, medium and expert difficulty. Each stage increases in difficulty and brings with it a longer shift with more aircraft to safely land and depart.

There is no multiplayer gaming but the player can share his/her results and badges records with up to 7 other players through the ATC Library.[1]


It was awarded Most Surprisingly Good Game in GameSpot's 2008 video games Special Achievement awards....[2] They also nominated for Best Game No One Played.[3]