An ingenious game in a simple, effective package, which at first glance looks like a relaxed game, but as a result will squeeze even the last drop of your organizational and managerial skills before you disgracefully capitulate.
Mini Motorways is a fun little puzzler-builder with beautiful minimalist visuals. Coupled with a charming presentation, this game is a perfect way to relax after a stressful day, but also provides a hefty amount of challenges along the way.
A very chill game in general. This game looks like a little stress reliever. After what seems like a little sequel of Mini Metro this isn't a bad game at all. Gameplay seems solid & relaxing as the game is actually like that in general and it's simple and easy to understand. New challenges & leaderboards can give in if you'd like to challenge yourself against other people as you can rise to the top & become the best "road planner" in the game.
After their magnificent debut in the form of Mini Metro, Dinosaur Polo Club managed to accomplish something extremely difficult - clear their own raised bar. Mini Motorways is a better game in every department, more beautiful, more relaxing, more complex.
Despite first appearances, Mini Motorways is a rewarding check-in with oneself rather than a simulation of traffic management and logistical network development. It’s a meditative simplification of city builders, like if Sim City was a bonsai that only needed the gentlest of tending, and maybe the occasional congestion-busting bypass.
Considering it’s a game all about cars and congestion, you’d think Mini Motorways would be a tense and stressful endeavor, but it’s by far one of the most addictingly chill game I’ve played in recent memory. I’m pretty sure it lowered my blood pressure, setting a nice calm mood right before bed. Players expecting a sandbox city planning game will be momentarily disappointed, but after only a few minutes with it, that disappointment will melt away (along with the day’s worries and woes). If you need to relax, like, right now, you must check out Mini Motorways.
The team at Dinosaur Polo Club clearly has a knack for creating stripped-down but beautiful graphics and for simplifying mechanics down to their essence, which is a clear strength for a title that aims for success on mobile devices. But in order to make Mini Motorways engaging on other platforms, they needed to introduce a new mechanic or a new way to tackle the traffic challenge to add to the depth of the experience.
Dinosaur Polo Club has taken the same tried and true formula that worked with Mini Metro and applied it to a game where you have to build road networks. Daily and weekly challenges, as well as scoreboards and achievements will keep you coming back for more but I'd argue that Mini Metro is probably the better game. Despite the graphics being a slight improvement in Mini Motorways, roundabouts and traffic lights seem ineffective meaning you're an almost helpless bystander to the traffic congestion.
SummaryHave you ever been stuck in traffic and wished you could do something to fix it?
In Mini Motorways, the city's traffic problems are in your hands.
From the makers of Mini Metro, Mini Motorways is a game about drawing the roads that drive a growing city. Build a road network, one road at a time, to create a bustling metropolis. Redesign...