|System(s): Sega Hikaru
|Developer: Hitmaker, Sega Mechatro (cabinet)
|Number of players: 1
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Air Trix (エアトリックス) is an arcade skateboarding game developed by Hitmaker for Sega Hikaru hardware. It can be seen as a sequel to Top Skater.
Source: In-game credits
- Producer: Hisao Oguchi
- Director: Shinichi Fujii
- Assistant Director: Makiko Funai
- Chief Programmer: Yoshihiro Sonoda
- Programmers: Mari Tsuruzoe, Tsuyoshi Matsuda, Tomoe Chikamoto
- Chief Designer: Satoru Okano
- Designers: Takeshi Sano, Sachio Hatayama, Shinsuke Miyamura, Toshiya Nishikawa, Yoshifumi Suzuki, Takaomi Hirono, Katsuya Taniguchi, Masahiko Kitaguchi, Kenji Shimizu
- Sound Designers: Hiro, Takeshi Isozaki
- Cabinet Supervisors: Masao Yoshimoto, Seiji Ishii, Hiroki Koyama, Akihiko Kohno
- Mechanical Engineers: Yutaka Yokoyama, Eiji Inoue
- Electrical Engineer: Nobuto Kashiwagi
- Cabinet Desinger: Kazuhiro Nojo
- Publicity: Taku Sasahara
- Special Thanks: Yuka Sadano, Jake Kazdal, Mariko Takei, Hirofumi Murasaki, Tetsutoshi Tavata, Shiho Miyaoka, Takeshi Numazawa, Masayuki Inoue, Hisaki Nimiya, Youki Mikami, Alice Frost, Cecil Scius, Gonzague Requillart, Davide Delorenzi, Ramsay Scott, Takeshi Inoue, Makoto Uchida, Takahiro Kudo, Hiroshi Kanazawa, Mikio Ina, Russell Hillman, Morio Moriya, Katsu Sato, Jim Pride, Chapman, Elwood, We, XYZ, aesthetics, Stormy, 55DSL
- Created in cooperation with HITMAKER
- Produced & Created by SEGA
- Copyright © SEGA/HITMAKER 2000
- Main article: Air Trix/Magazine articles.