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Majesco To Bring Air Traffic Chaos To Nintendo DS

New Jersey based Majesco has announced Air Traffic Chaos for a summer 2008 release on Nintendo DS - a game in which players take on the job of an air traffic controller, managing flights at busy airports around the world.
New Jersey based Majesco has announced Air Traffic Chaos for summer 2008, a game in which players take on the job of an air traffic controller, managing flights at busy airports around the world. In Air Traffic Chaos, aspiring air traffic controllers use the touch screen to manage takeoffs, gate assignments, and landings for all incoming and outgoing airport traffic for 14 different airlines in varying weather conditions. The game also supports the Nintendo DS Rumble Pak and allows players to share their high scores with up to seven friends. Majesco focuses on developing and publishing a wide range of casual and family oriented video games for both consoles and portables. Building on 20 years of operating history, their popular titles include Nancy Drew, Cooking Mama, and Zoo Hospital for Nintendo DS and Cooking Mama: Cook Off for the Wii. "Air Traffic Chaos means fun is taking off from Terminal A," said Gui Karyo, Executive Vice President of Operations, Majesco. "The game's frantic pace set against the backdrop of an already high-stress job will challenge fast-fingered touch screen gamers in an entirely new way."

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