Mini Metro Review (Steam)
For our Mini Metro Review, we play the classic strategy simulation game about designing a subway map for a growing city. Draw lines between stations and start your trains running. As new stations open, redraw your lines to keep them efficient. Decide where to use your limited resources. How long can you keep the city moving?
Mini Metro Review Pros:
- Decent Minimalistic graphics.
- 292.22MB download size.
- Steam achievements.
- Graphics settings – resolution, and fullscreen.
- Toggle hold to draw option.
- Puzzle gameplay.
- Your goal is to connect buildings, structures, and garages together in order for traffic to flow and cars to reach their destination and earn pins.
- At the end of the week in-game, you get to pick one of two upgrades.
- Full tutorial support via pop-up text and a help section in the settings.
- Colorblind support.
- You need tiles in order to place them so every piece of Road is a tile, a traffic light is a tile, etc.
- Traffic lights help control the flow of traffic.
- Easy to learn controls from tile placement to tile erasing.
- Looks like a London underground map.
- You can rotate buildings to fit your design.
- The game plays out itself in terms of the cars and vehicles moving around, you just lay the tiles.
- Build Motorways to ease congestion.
- Roundabouts again help with your design.
- Play how you want.
- Daily challenge.
- Night mode option.
- Set the cursor sensitivity.
- 29 locations to unlock – Auckland, Lagos, Addis Ababa, Mumbai, Chongqing, Nanjing, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Istanbul, Cairo, Singapore, Washington D.C, Santiago, Seoul, Sao Paulo, San Francisco, Montreal, Saint Petersburg, Stockholm, Osaka, Barcelona, Hong Kong, Melbourne, Berlin, Budapest, Chicago, New York City, Paris, and London.
- Control time with fast forward and slow timers.
- Unlock challenges for each location.
- Gets very addictive.
- Photo mode.
- Game over is done if cars cannot get to their destination or even leave their garage.
- Community maps can be shared and played.
- Tons of replay value.
Mini Metro Review Cons:
- A lot to take in initially.
- No controller support.
- Difficulty spikes throughout.
- Pop-ups can obscure your view.
- Replay value depends on the player rather than the game rewarding you.
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Developer: Dinosaur Polo Club
Publisher: Dinosaur Polo Club
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- Graphics - 9/109/10
- Sound - 9/109/10
- Accessibility - 9/109/10
- Length - 9/109/10
- Fun Factor - 10/1010/10