NeonPlay has finally brought their 3D traffic control game called Traffic Panic 3D over onto the Android Market. This is a great new take on the traffic control genre where, just like other similar games, you want to keep the traffic organized to avoid and collisions.
Tag: Traffic control games
NeonPlay is getting ready to release their rather good looking traffic control game, called Traffic Panic 3D, onto Android soon. Traffic Panic 3D, while being a standard traffic control type of game at it’s core, is treated with some great eye candy to make it stand out from the crowd of current traffic control games.
All your traffic control style game lovers out there have something to be happy about. Instead of the usual ‘do not let accidents happen’ type of traffic control, whether it is with cars or airplanes, Astral Commander throws in a sci-fi twist with robots and Starcraft style mining goals. Control your robots, collect mines to complete each stage!
Bendroid, developer of some major hit games such as the Mystique series and Tangram Pro, just released another game to add to their list called CarWash 3D. This is a traffic control type game where you guide cars into your carwash and make money. The contest is for the person who has the highest score across all three online high score boards will win a Motorola Droid.
If there isn’t enough traffic control games on the Android market already, here is another one for you to play called Gridlock, developed by No Patience Software. Like all traffic control games that deal with street traffic, the object of the game is to stop and start cars in the hopes that they don’t smash into each other. Too many crashes = game over.
From the developers of some great games such as Shoppers Paradise and Archipelago comes Dragon Fire. Second Gear Games has ported over their iPhone game Dragon Fire to Android. This game is a mix of traffic control style game and puzzle where in you have to direct the path of colored balls of fire with various switches to complete the puzzle/stage.
AutoTrafego, developed by Speknid & Neato Code, is a traffic control game but not exactly how you think it would be. Instead of drawing lines to direct traffic like previous games such as Flight Director, Flying Aces or any other traffic control game out for Android, your only task is to control the traffic lights, ensuring that traffic is flowing smoothly.