Air Traffic Control is a game for your Tizen smartphones where you have to control the traffic in the sky. The objective is to not crash any aircraft, so then the game doesn't end, and to land as many as possible. The aircraft's come from the edges of the screen and you as the player need to redirect the aircraft to its place of landing.
There are normal planes- which land on the orange runway, the other type of plane- which lands on the green runway, and then the helicopter which lands on the blue helicopter pad. There is one problem with the layout though- the runways are too close to the edge of the screen, so if you send one of the planes/ helicopters along there, they may crash into another plane that had just come onto the screen.
The game has nice and cartoon-like graphics but unfortunately, there is no sound. Air Traffic Control has been rated four point zero out of five by four people, the majority rating the game a five. The developer, Nikhil Rajan, has currently made four games (Flappy Plane, Sodoku, Twenty One, and 4096) and three apps (Love Tester, AIDS Awareness, and Todo Plus.)