Majesco, obviously annoyed with being told to put away approved portable electronic devices until after take off, has announced that its next game for the Nintendo DS will put controlling air traffic in players' hands. The aptly titled Air Traffic Chaos will allow players to direct numerous aircraft takeoffs and landings as an air traffic controller. The game marks the second DS release from Japanese studio Sonic Powered, a primarily mobile phone game developer behind From the Abyss for the DS and MiniCopter for the Wii.
Details are few and far between, though Majesco notes that the game will include Rumble Pack support and describes the gameplay as "frantic" as players "safely manage takeoffs, gate assignments and landings for all incoming and outgoing airport traffic for 14 different airlines in varying weather conditions." While we're sure safety is the goal, the urge to play chicken in the not-so-friendly skies might just be too much to resist when Air Traffic Chaos takes off this summer.
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