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Before cars and planes, but after walking, trains were a widely accepted and common means of transport and delivery. But in order for the trains to run smoothly, you need one hell of a conductor to co-ordinate the tracks. Are you up to the challenge? Players are presented with a series of railway tracks and must divert numbered trains to their correct destination by dragging a path on the screen. Players will need to constantly juggle the increasing amount of trains to avoid collision…Watch The Video Review
Runway is another addition to the ever growing traffic management genre, placing players behind the air control tower as they direct incoming airplanes. Players will need to refuel and repair planes, load and unload passengers and keep a steady eye on the runway to avoid collisions. The game uses some straightforward line-drawing mechanics and easily allows players to see plane paths and work out a plan. Players receive various indications by coloured bars that appear over planes; Red…
FDG Entertainment's new game Parachute Panic has you trying to guide parachuting stickmen onto moving ships whilst avoiding all sorts of obstacles. The control system works well. You tap the stickmen to open their parachute and create gusts of wind with the flick of a finger to help move your men in the right direction. Obstacles will appear that you either have to avoid or destroy by tapping them several times in succession. This game doesn't have a wide variety of modes and the gra…Watch The Video Review
Based on the simple and popular game design of Flight Control, Harbour Master is taking the formula and adding a couple new ideas to the gameplay. As the harbour master you have to direct ships into your ports, wait for their cargo to unload and then direct them away,.Any collisions, and it's game over. The controls are simple. Drag a line to direct a ship, that's it. Sometimes you have to redirect ship paths to prevent a collision, but it's all part of the gameplay. Every piece of ca…Watch The Video Review