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Air Traffic Controller (ぼくは航空管制官 Boku wa Kūkō Kanseikan?, shortened as ATC) is a simulation computer game series, developed by TechnoBrain, that simulates the operation of an airport. The games simulate the job of an air traffic controller. The player's mission is to direct planes onto the correct ILS, land them on the runway, taxi them to the correct gate, and to direct takeoffs.

Air Traffic Controller was released in Japan in July 1998. Its sequel Air Traffic Controller 2 was released in 2005. Air Traffic Controller 3 was released in 2008. Air Traffic Controller 4 was released in 2015.

Initially released as a computer game, there have also been five PlayStation Portable versions, a Game Boy Advance, a Nintendo DS version, and nine Nintendo 3DS versions.

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Air Traffic Controller[edit]

The game features 6 airports. Players direct the air traffic for arrival and departures. There is only one channel of communication.

Air Traffic Controller 2[edit]

Air Traffic Controller 2 made many improvements. The game is now in 3D, more airport gates, and increased to five channels of communication: Approach, Tower, Ground, Delivery, and Departure. New features included ground movements (e.g. towing planes to gates), giving correct Standard Instrument Departure, use of radar vectors, and changing channel frequency. The choice of Standard Terminal Arrival Route distance eliminates the speed instruction in previous version.

In the game, there are a few conditions that will cause game over. These include head-on, near miss, pilots' pressure bar reaching 100%, or failed to accumulate enough points to pass that particular stage. The points are awarded according to how fast to reply a response. A slow or non-response will raise the pressure bar. Other things that increase pressure bar include instructing the plane to take off in tailwind or tower failing to give the plane permission to land or go-around. Additional points are awarded at the end of the stage, but before deciding whether there's enough points to pass, for minimal % in pressure bar. More bonus points are awarded if the pressure bar is at 0%.

Tokyo: BigWing A (Alpha)[edit]

There is also an airline company named after the developer of the game TechnoBrain, TechnoBrain Airlines (ICAO: TBA). Whenever TechnoBrain Airlines plane appears, special events are triggered.

Tokyo: BigWing B (Bravo)[edit]

Largely the same as Tokyo: BigWing A, but with a stage set in the evening.

Kagoshima Island Control[edit]

TechnoBrain released an updated version in 2005. Changes include the merger between Japan Airlines and Japan Air System, as well as other features.

Komatsu Base Aviation Festival[edit]

  • Airport: Komatsu Airport
  • Airlines: Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways, Air Nippon, Japan Air System and Japan Air Self-Defense Force.
  • Release date: 2002
  • Special feature: No Delivery Control, jobs taken over by Ground Control.
  • Special event: During Stage 1-3 and 2-1, there will be an air show. Stage 2-2, It has been replaced by a Q&A, player must answer questions correctly to complete the stage.

Narita: Gate of Japan[edit]

Tokyo: BigWing Complete[edit]

  • Airport: Tokyo International Airport
  • Special feature: Airbus Beluga makes an appearance as the last plane to approach, land, and park in the airport at the last stage.

Nagoya: Jumble Airport[edit]

Narita: Star Light Airways[edit]

  • Airport: Narita International Airport
  • Special feature: At stage 4-1, snowing occurs. At stage 4-3, Concorde makes a special appearance at the end.

Okinawa: A Wake on the Southward Raise[edit]

  • Airport: Naha Airport, Kadena Air Base
  • Special feature: "Okinawa Approach Control(Kadena rapcon)". SR-71 makes an appearance as the last plane to approach, land, and park in Kadena Air Base at the last stage.

Sendai: First Flight, First Control[edit]

  • Airport: Sendai Airport
  • Special feature: Flight training in Civil Aviation College. No delivery channel. In stage 2-1, all runways are closed in the beginning due to low visibility by the fog.

Chitose: SnowScape[edit]

  • Airport: New Chitose Airport
  • Special feature: during stage 2-2 and 2-3, snowstorm forces the runways to be closed.

Kansai: Cross Over Area[edit]

  • Airport: Kansai International Airport
  • Special feature: Taxiway will be closed in stage 2-2 due to an object fallen off a plane. The runway lights malfunctioned in stage 2-3, resulting in closure of the runway.

Fukuoka: Oriental Wings[edit]

  • Airport: Fukuoka Airport
  • Special feature: stage 2-1 to 2-3, circling approach (not used now) to runway 34. Taxiway will be closed in stage 1-3 due to breakdown of nose gear.

Tokyo: BigWing Dual Site[edit]

  • Airport: Tokyo International Airport
  • Special Feature: In stage 2-2 and 2-3, China's and Russia's presidential plane plus Air Force One makes an appearance.

Osaka: InterCity Airport[edit]

  • Airport: Osaka International Airport
  • Special feature: Contains 2 mini-games within the game - directing the pilot to a gate parking and controlling the ground vehicle to move planes around. This is a first in the video game.

Narita: Complete[edit]

  • Airport: Narita International Airport
  • This series combined "Narita: Gate of Japan" and "Narita: Star Light Airways" onto the same disc, with minor content changes.

Centrair International Airport[edit]

Kansai: Brightly Path[edit]

  • Airport: Kansai International Airport
  • Special feature: An additional 4000m runway is opened for use. An airship can be seen in stage 2-3.

Air Traffic Controller 3[edit]

This sequel provides more camera angles with higher flexibility. The aircraft are now to scale with real aircraft. Arrivals and departures are now combined into a single box with strips outlining details of each flight. The strips can be ordered according to user preferences. Even more gates are added in this version. Planes taxiing can now choose any taxiway, instead of limited by up to 4 routes in previous version. Rules are identical to previous version. It also features first non-Japan airport, Kai Tak Airport in Hong Kong. Additionally, a fictional airline called TechnoAir (based on the company's name, abbreviated TBA) features here as it did in ATC2, presenting problems that the player has to solve or work around. TBA does not make any appearance in Kai Tak. Later, it featured the second non-Japan airport, Honolulu International Airport.

Tokyo BigWing[edit]

  • Airport: Tokyo International Airport
  • Airlines: Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways, Skymark Airlines, Hokkaido International Airlines, Japan Coast Guard
  • Release date: February 25, 2008
  • Version: 1.03B (Patch from official site)
  • Special Events: During Stage 3, the first aircraft to take off from runway 16L will encounter a bird strike and taxi back to the gate. Stage 6, aircraft landing at either runway 34L and 34R will trigger microburst and windshear, causing closure of runway 34L and 34R for some time.

Okinawa BlueCorridor[edit]

Osaka ParallelContact[edit]

  • Airport: Osaka International Airport
  • Airlines: Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways, Japan Air Commuter, and JAL Express
  • Release date: October 24, 2008
  • Special events: Expect any Techno Air plane to cause problems for you in any stage they appear in, which range from medical emergencies leading to requests back to gate, to outright landing blunders.

ANA Edition[edit]

  • Airport: Tokyo International Airport
  • Airlines: All Nippon Airways
  • Release date: November 1, 2008
  • Featuring the ANA Gold Jet and the ability to see how parts move on the aircraft such as the flaps and landing gear. It also lets you view the aircraft 360°.

Tokyo BigWing (English version)[edit]

  • Airport: Tokyo International Airport
  • Release date: November 17, 2008
  • Version: 1.06
  • All Japanese Airlines have been replaced with generic colour name (e.g. blue, red, yellow, and green) due to copyright issue.

Hong Kong Kai Tak International Airport[edit]

Sendai Airmanship[edit]

New Chitose SnowingDay[edit]

  • Airport: New Chitose Airport
  • Airlines: Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways, Hokkaido International Airlines, Ibex Airlines, Skymark Airlines, SAT Airlines, Nippon Cargo Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, Cathay Pacific Airways, China Airlines, Japan Coast Guard, Japan Air Self-Defense Force, Hokkaido Air System
  • Air Force One (official airliner of the USA President) and Escort One (jet fighters escorting Air Force One) make appearance at the very end.
  • Release date: October 22, 2009

Kansai International Airport CrossOver[edit]

  • Airport: Kansai International Airport
  • Airlines: Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways, Skymark Airlines, Asiana Airlines, Eva Air, China Eastern Airlines, Cathay Pacific Airways, Thai Airways International, Air France, Finnair, Garuda Indonesia, United Airlines, Nippon Cargo Airlines, United Parcel Service, Japan Coast Guard
  • Release date: February 25, 2010 (Limited Edition), March 19, 2010 (Regular)
  • Altitude separation and visual approach features are added
  • There is also ability to control Osaka International Airport and Kobe Airport aircraft traffic
  • Bird management to chase birds away from a runway causes the runway to be momentarily closed in the middle of stage 4.

ExtendScenario 1 (expansion pack)[edit]

  • Airport: Tokyo International Airport, Osaka International Airport.
  • Airlines: Japan Airlines (both airports), All Nippon Airways (both airports), JAL Express (Osaka), Japan Air System (Osaka), Japan Air Commuter (Osaka), Ibex Airlines (Osaka), Hokkaido International Airlines (Tokyo), Skymark Airlines (Tokyo), Skynet Asia Airways, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (Tokyo)
  • Release date: June 21, 2010 (download only)[1]
  • Each airport has 2 additional stages. Concorde makes an appearance in Tokyo International Airport. Skynet Asia Airways, previously included in ATC2, makes a return appearance to Tokyo International Airport. An All Nippon Airways jet tests on the taxiway in the new international terminal in Tokyo International Airport. A plane which belongs to Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport conducts an ILS testing on Tokyo International Airport's 4th runway, the D runway.
    Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways, and JAL Express use their old liveries in one of two stages in Osaka International Airport while Japan Air System and Japan Air Commuter use their liveries prior to the merger with Japan Airlines. Ibex Airlines, previously included in ATC2, makes a return appearance to Osaka International Airport. Commercial YS-11 makes an appearance in Osaka International Airport.

Tokyo Dream Gateway[edit]

  • Airport: Tokyo International Airport
  • Airlines: Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways, Hokkaido International Airlines, Skymark Airlines, Skynet Asia Airways, Cathay Pacific Airways, Asiana Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, Shanghai Airlines, China Airlines, EVA Air, Thai Airways International, AirAsia X, Hawaiian Airlines, United Airlines, Japan Coast Guard, Japan Air Self-Defense Force, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport
  • Release date: August 26, 2010 (Limited Edition), September 27, 2010 (Regular)
  • Features the new D-Runway, new international terminal, and new control tower.
  • In stage 4, there is heavy fog around the airport which forces all runways except 34R to be shut down for 30 minutes.

ExtendScenario 2 (expansion pack)[edit]

  • Airport: Sendai Airport, New Chitose Airport
  • Airlines: Japan Airlines (both airports), All Nippon Airways (both airports), Hokkaido International Airlines (both airports), Ibex Airlines (both airports), EVA Air (Sendai), Aviation University (Sendai), Asiana Airlines (Sendai), Cathay Pacific Airways (New Chitose), China Eastern Airlines (New Chitose), China Airlines (New Chitose), Japan Coast Guard (New Chitose), Japan Air Self-Defense Force (New Chitose), SAT Airlines (New Chitose), Skymark Airlines (New Chitose)
  • Release date: October 18, 2010 (download only)[2]

Kagoshima Islandline[edit]

Ibaraki Airshow[edit]

Honolulu International Airport[edit]

  • Airport: Honolulu International Airport
  • Airlines: Japan Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, United Airlines, China Airlines, UPS, Washin Air
  • Release date: July 22, 2011 (Limited Edition)
  • Second airport outside Japan

ExtendScenario 3 (expansion pack)[edit]

  • Airport: Kansai Airport, Kagoshima Airport
  • Airlines: Japan Airlines (both airports), All Nippon Airways (both airports), Skymark Airlines (both airports), China Eastern Airlines (Kansai), Asiana Airlines (Kansai), EVA Air (Kansai), Cathay Pacific Airways (Kansai), Thai Airways International (Kansai), Garuda Indonesia (Kansai), Air France (Kansai), Finnair (Kansai), United Airlines (Kansai), Solaseed Airlines (previously known as Skynet Asia Airways and rebranded in July 2011, new livery appearance in Kagoshima), Nakanihon Air Service (Kagoshima), Japan Marine Force (Kagoshima)
  • Release date: September 26, 2011 (download only)[3]

Narita World Wings[edit]

  • Airport: Narita International Airport
  • Airlines: Japan Airlines, Skymark Airlines, IBEX Airlines, Air Canada, Aeroméxico, China Eastern Airlines, Asiana Airlines, EVA Air, China Air, Cathay Pacific Airways, Thai Airways International, Garuda Indonesia, Air France, Finnair, United Airlines, Philippine Airlines, China Cargo Airlines, Nippon Cargo Airlines, United Parcel Services (UPS), China Airlines Cargo
  • Release date: December 22, 2011 (Deluxe Edition), January 20, 2012 (Regular)[4]

ExtendScenario 4 (expansion pack)[edit]

  • Airport: Kai Tak Airport, New Chitose Airport
  • Airlines: Japan Airlines (both airports), All Nippon Airways (both airports), Skymark Airlines (New Chitose), China Eastern Airlines (both airports), EVA Air (Kai Tak), China Airlines (New Chitose), Cathay Pacific Airways (both airports), Dragonair (Kai Tak), Garuda Indonesia (Kai Tak), Air France (Kai Tak), Air Hong Kong (Kai Tak), United Airlines (Kansai), IBEX Airlines (New Chitose), Japan Coast Guard (New Chitose), Japan Air Self-Defense Force (New Chitose), Hokkaido International Airlines (New Chitose), Hokkaido Air System (New Chitose)
  • Release date: January 26, 2012 (download only)[5]

ExtendScenario 5 (expansion pack)[edit]

  • Airport: Naha Airport, Ibaraki Airport
  • Airlines: Japan Transocean Air (Naha), All Nippon Airways (Naha), Skymark Airlines (both airports), China Eastern Airlines (Naha), China Airlines (Naha), Asiana Airlines (Ibaraki), Japan Coast Guard (Ibaraki), Japan Air Self-Defense Force (Ibaraki), United States Air Force (Ibaraki), United States Navy (Ibaraki), Ryukyu Air Commuter (Naha)
  • Release date: March 12, 2012 (download only)[6]

ANA 787 Edition[edit]

  • Airport: Tokyo International Airport
  • Airlines: All Nippon Airways
  • Release date: April 27, 2012[7]
  • Boeing 787 has its first appearance in this episode.
  • JAL has been replaced with generic colour name (Red).
  • Apart from the two conventional stages, there are also 2 mini-games - directing the pilot to a gate parking and controlling the ground vehicle to move planes around (similar to those in ATC2).

Narita Night Wings[edit]

  • Airport: Narita International Airport
  • Airlines: Japan Airlines, Skymark Airlines, IBEX Airlines, Aeroméxico, China Eastern Airlines, Asiana Airlines, EVA Air, China Air, Cathay Pacific Airways, Thai Airways International, Garuda Indonesia, Air France, Finnair, United Airlines, Philippine Airlines, China Cargo Airlines, Nippon Cargo Airlines, United Parcel Services (UPS), China Airlines Cargo, Cathay Pacific Cargo airlines, All Nippon Airways
  • Release date: June 22, 2012 (Limited Edition), July 20, 2012 (Regular)[8]

JAL Edition[edit]

  • Airport: Tokyo International Airport
  • Airlines: Japan Airways
  • Release date: October 11, 2012 (Limited Edition), November 10, 2012 (Regular)[9]
  • Apart from the two conventional stages, there are also 2 mini-games which are different from those appeared before - parking a Boeing 787 at a spot and directing a jet bridge to that parked plane.

ExtendScenario 6 (expansion pack)[edit]

  • Airport: Tokyo International Airport (Dream Gateway), Kagoshima Airport
  • Release date: October 26, 2012 (download only)[10]
  • This package provides 4 stages for each airport. Dedicated for beginners, all stages are very easy.

ExtendScenario 7 (expansion pack)[edit]

  • Airport: Tokyo International Airport (Dream Gateway), Kagoshima Airport
  • Release date: November 29, 2012 (download only)[11]
  • This package provides 3 stages for each airport. Dedicated for experts, all stages are very difficult.

Chubu Centrair International Airport[edit]

  • Airport: Chūbu Centrair International Airport
  • Airlines: Japan Airlines, Skymark Airlines, IBEX Airlines, All Nippon Airways, China Airlines, Nippon Cargo Airlines, EVA Airways, United Airlines, Thai Airways International, Cathay Pacific Airways, Finnair, Philippine Airlines, Asiana Airlines
  • Release date: November 16, 2012 (Limited Edition), December 21, 2012 (Regular)

Air Traffic Controller 4[edit]

Air Traffic Controller 4 is the fourth installment of air traffic control simulation game developed by TechnoBrain. The game is compatible with Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and tested on Windows 10. It was originally released on July 15, 2015, but the developers delayed the release of the game to August 28, 2015. TechnoBrain delayed again to September 17, 2015 for testing the Windows 10 compatibility. Airport and airplanes are now in real-life scaling. In-game time are now progressing at the same speed as real time. There are now even more gates than the previous games. Players can't choose runway for the plane to takeoff or landing even go-around except the runway section (e.g. 16L, 16R. etc.) are opened. Unlike the previous games, if the planes are to line up to each other, the game will not result in a head-on game over unless the planes are heading to each other. The player can select planes at the top of it or at the flight control selection bar (bottom-right during gameplay). Technoair also appears here like in ATC3, occasionally presenting problems for players to solve or work around. The game consists of three installments as of November 27, 2016.

Tokyo Haneda[edit]

Kansai Kanku[edit]

Fukuoka[edit]

Airport Hero for PSP[edit]

Developed by Sonic Powered and TechnoBrain exclusively for PSP, all games have two modes of play. The main mode is operation mode, where there are two stages for easy, medium and hard difficulty. The second mode is challenge mode where players will face special situations. The airlines in the game are fictional. There is also an airline named after the developer Sonic Powered called Air Sonic. The games are:

Boku wa Koukuu Kanseikan: Airport Hero Narita[edit]

Players direct planes from and to international airports including JFK International Airport, Frankfurt International Airport, and Heathrow International Airport. There are also domestic flights. It includes an encyclopedia explaining the equipment and personnel in an airport plus the type of airplanes in the game. An Airbus Beluga makes an appearance in Operation 6.

Boku wa Koukuu Kanseikan: Airport Hero Naha[edit]

Players will not only direct commercial planes but also military jets, patrol planes and helicopters. Players also direct American military planes. It includes a gallery where players can unlock videos giving brief explanation of planes they control in the airport.

Boku wa Koukuu Kanseikan: Airport Hero Shin Chitose[edit]

Players will control the new Chitose airport plus the Chitose Air Base. Also includes scenarios during winter where runways will sometimes be covered in thick snow and need to be shut down for clearing. There is a replay option where players can choose to record gameplay for future viewing. A NAMC YS-11 makes an appearance in Operation 6.

Boku wa Koukuu Kanseikan: Airport Hero Haneda[edit]

  • Release date (Japan): October 7, 2010
  • Release date (NA): October 30, 2012[13]
  • Airport: Haneda Airport

Operation mode includes scenario from the old three runway airport and the new four runway airport. It has a replay mode similar to the Shin Chitose game.
Initially announced for North America as I am an Air Traffic Controller Airport Hero Haneda,[13] the final release was slightly altered to I am an Air Traffic Controller Airport Hero Tokyo.[14]

Boku wa Koukuu Kanseikan: Airport Hero Kanku[edit]

The first game in the series to include night scenarios.

Air Traffic Controller for Nintendo DS[edit]

Main article: Air Traffic Chaos
Air Traffic Chaos
AirTrafficChaos.jpg
North American cover
Developer(s) Sonic Powered
Publisher(s) Majesco Games
Platform(s) Nintendo DS
Release date(s)
  • JP: February 22, 2007
  • NA: September 8, 2008
  • EU: June 12, 2009
Genre(s) Simulation game
Mode(s) Single-player

This version of the game was released in the United States by Majesco under the name Air Traffic Chaos.[15] 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.[16]

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

[16] 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.[16]

Reception[edit]

It was awarded Most Surprisingly Good Game in GameSpot's 2008 video games Special Achievement awards.[17] They also nominated for Best Game No One Played.[18]

Airport Hero for 3DS[edit]

Boku wa Koukuu Kanseikan: Airport Hero 3D Haneda with JAL[edit]

Boku wa Koukuu Kanseikan: Airport Hero 3D Honolulu[edit]

Known in North America as I am an Air Traffic Controller Airport Hero Hawaii.

Boku wa Koukuu Kanseikan: Airport Hero 3D Narita with ANA[edit]

Known in North America as I am an Air Traffic Controller Airport Hero Narita with references to ANA (All Nippon Airways) replaced by the fictional APA (All Japan Airways).

Boku wa Koukuu Kanseikan: Airport Hero 3D Naha Premium[edit]

Boku wa Koukuu Kanseikan: Airport Hero 3D Shin Chitose with JAL[edit]

Boku wa Koukuu Kanseikan: Airport Hero 3D Kankuu Sky Story[edit]

Boku wa Koukuu Kanseikan: Airport Hero 3D Narita All Stars[edit]

Boku wa Koukuu Kanseikan: Airport Hero 3D Haneda All Stars[edit]

Boku wa Koukuu Kanseikan: Airport Hero 3D Kansai All Stars[edit]

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ "「ぼく管3」追加シナリオ集発売のお知らせ (Air Traffic Controller 3 additional scenario release information)" (in Japanese). 2010-06-21. 
  2. ^ ぼくは航空管制官3」アドオンソフトです。 お持ちの関空クロスオー (in Japanese). 2010-10-18. 
  3. ^ 「ぼく管3」追加シナリオ集第3弾発売のお知らせ (in Japanese). 2011-09-26. 
  4. ^ "成田World Wings発売情報" (in Japanese). 2011-12-19. 
  5. ^ 「ぼく管3」追加シナリオ集第4弾発売のお知らせ (in Japanese). 2012-01-26. 
  6. ^ 「ぼく管3」追加シナリオ集第5弾発売のお知らせ (in Japanese). 2012-03-12. 
  7. ^ "Air Traffic Controller 3 ANA 787 Edition" (in Japanese). 
  8. ^ "Air Traffic Controller 3 Narita Night Wings" (in Japanese). 
  9. ^ "Air Traffic Controller 3 JAL Edition" (in Japanese). 
  10. ^ 「ぼく管3」追加シナリオ集第6弾発売のお知らせ (in Japanese). 2012-10-26. 
  11. ^ 「ぼく管3」追加シナリオ集第7弾発売のお知らせ (in Japanese). 2012-11-29. 
  12. ^ http://www.technobrain.com/atc4/fukuoka/?20161118
  13. ^ a b http://us.playstation.com/games-and-media/games/i-am-an-air-traffic-controller-airport-hero-haneda-psp.html
  14. ^ https://store.sonyentertainmentnetwork.com/#!/en-us/games/i-am-an-air-traffic-controller-airport-hero-tokyo/cid=UP0079-NPUH10122_00-0000000000000001
  15. ^ "Majesco Entertainment Ships Air Traffic Chaos for Nintendo DS(TM)". Yahoo. September 9, 2008. Retrieved 2008-10-07. [dead link]
  16. ^ a b c http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/air-traffic-chaos-review
  17. ^ "GameSpot's Best Games of 2008: Most Surprisingly Good Game". GameSpot.com. 2008-12-22. Archived from the original on 2010-01-15. Retrieved 2008-12-22. 
  18. ^ "Best Game No One Played". GameSpot.com. Archived from the original on 23 December 2008. Retrieved 2008-12-28. 
  19. ^ http://www.sonicpowered.co.jp/bokukan/3ds/rjtt/
  20. ^ http://www.sonicpowered.co.jp/bokukan/3ds/phnl/
  21. ^ http://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/CEYMEf5KenQe4iULJnaI6H6lAWUiEaCE
  22. ^ http://www.sonicpowered.co.jp/bokukan/3ds/rjaa/
  23. ^ http://www.sonicpowered.co.jp/world/eah-rjaa/
  24. ^ http://www.sonicpowered.co.jp/bokukan/3ds/roah/
  25. ^ http://www.sonicpowered.co.jp/bokukan/3ds/rjcc/
  26. ^ http://www.sonicpowered.co.jp/bokukan/3ds/rjbb/
  27. ^ http://www.sonicpowered.co.jp/bokukan/3ds/rjaa-stars/
  28. ^ http://www.sonicpowered.co.jp/bokukan/3ds/rjtt-stars/
  29. ^ http://www.sonicpowered.co.jp/bokukan/3ds/rjbb-stars/

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