As a fan of Mini Metro, I had high expectations for its sequel, Mini Motorways. Thankfully, the game delivers.
If you're looking for a relaxing, puzzle-lite game Mini Motorways is definitely one to try. The premise is simple enough: Houses spawn in random spots, and you connect them with roads to shops of the same color using a limited number road tiles.
Of course, things never stay too simple, and you'll soon have to manage traffic flows, roundabout/rotary intersections and freeways to juggle the ever-mounting chaos of criss-crossing vehicles.
Terrain such as rivers and mountains also complicate things, with options to deal with them (such as bridges and tunnels) being in very limited supply, so you'll need to take care in optimizing your roads as much as possible while houses and shops continue to pop up all around. It ends up a little chaotic, but in a fun way.
If you've played Mini Metro, Mini Motorways will be immediately familiar and comfortable. If not, it's a great place to jump in.
Mini Motorways is a new casual, simulation game available on PC, developed and published by Dinosaur Polo Club. Mini Motorways released in North America July 20, 2021, with other territories having the same or similar release dates. Mini Motorways currently has 1 review on SnipCritic, and is awaiting additional reviews before its review score can be calculated and available. Mini Motorways copyright © Dinosaur Polo Club. SnipCritic has made a concerted effort in asserting the validity of information herein, but this information may have changed between the time this statement was created and the current date; SnipCritic cannot be held responsible for incorrect or invalid data. To modify or correct these details, please log in with a publisher account and submit the necessary changes.