17 May 2011
Posted in News - Site
Yes, I know the title is corny, but I've got the same excuse as I did last time. What isn't corny, however, is Traffic rome casino review , the most addictive game I've played. Ever.
I'm running the risk or riding into a rut here, as I find myself saying the same thing in a fair few of my article/reviews. This isn't something I'm intentionally doing, trust me. I just have a knack for finding games or apps that are either heaps of fun, or really useful. Traffic rome casino review by Donut Games isn't useful in the slightest. Not one iota, not a single scrap of usefulness in here. In fact, on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being the most useful, Traffic rome casino review would score in the negatives, for the simple fact that it will take you away from whatever else you should really be doing, no matter what that something is. You'll be missing buses, showing up late for work, forgetting to feed your children... Ok, it's not that bad... But it is addictive.
Umm, that wasn't supposed to happen. I'm sure he'll be fine.
The reason for this games, umm, addictiveness would be the simplicty. If I've said it once, I've said it a hundred times, simplicity is what makes iOS games sell. We don't want deep and meaningfuls, we don't want overly complicated finger busters, we just want something we can pick up, play for a while, and put down. And Traffic rome casino review is literally the best at that. The controls are simple, as is the mission. You have to get the cars across the intersection without them crashing. You do this by either tapping the cars to stop them, swiping the cars to speed them up, or just letting them make their merry way across said intersection without your intervention. I wouldn't recommend that last option, personally, but that's just me. For me, it's either full speed or a flat stop.
But this isn't an article on technique, this is an article on a game. And the next thing for me to mention will be graphics, which are very funky. Crisp, bright colours make it cute to look at, and the little explosions that occur when you fail to do your duty also look good. There are three different types of vehicles, including cars, trucks, and the un-leave-out-able motorcycle. These all have different looks, obviously, and they all come in different colours, just to keep things changed up for you.
As far as gameplay goes, this does a brilliant job of stepping up the difficulty, without making it insane. You'll find the amount of cars attempting to cross increases quickly, and you'll have to revert to tactics instead of just swiping all the cars to get them over as fast as possible. If you need to, you can stop them by giving them a tap, although the drivers don't like waiting long, and may well take off again when you least want them too, so it keeps you on your toes.
Like I said before, I don't want to become a writer who just repeats himself all the time, but in this case I feel it's a neccessity. This really is the best game I've got at the moment, and as far as I can remember, it's the best game I've played, ever. It's addictive, colourful, fun, and keeps you coming back for more with the simple gameplay. Add to that a whole new game mode that's just been added (Rail rome casino review ) and you've got yourself a real gem. This definitely deserves to be put in the spotlight, as games with this level of awesomeness are becoming few and far between lately in the app store. I can only hope that other developers can take a leaf out of Donut Games' book and get back to the roots of gaming, where we didn't care about a super story or whether it had motion controls. This brings simplicity back, and that's exactly what makes it so great.
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