State Connect: Traffic Control is a free-to-play, casual arcade game developed by Ararat Games. Your task is to manage traffic on various maps. When you create roads, cars will start driving on them.
Your goal is to make sure there are no road accidents and your score will increase when you complete motorways. The more accidents you have, the fewer points you will earn. Alternative games include Traffic Rider 3D and Bus Driver.
Always in control
If you're a fan of connection games, you'll love State Connect: Traffic Control. In this game, you control the movement of cars in a city by sliding your fingertips along a map. The twist is that you need to start from an existing motorway segment and then connect them to create new motorways.
It's a little tricky at first, but it becomes second nature as you continue to play. You can earn money from the vehicles that drive on the motorways and use that money to add more roads and create new intersections and exits.
Build more roads
As a traffic controller, your job is to connect every state territory by creating motorways for cars to drive. Your goal is to ensure that the drivers can get from one state to another without getting stuck in traffic. To do this, you must build a road system that allows the drivers to move from one city to another by sliding your finger from point A to point B. Once the roads are connected, cars will start driving on your roads.
Create, upgrade and earn
To create motorways, you first must unlock the highway planner. Once you've done that, you can place motorways. However, you will need a certain amount of money to build; the more expensive the road, the higher the cost. You can also make money by upgrading cities and increasing the number of vehicles on your roads.
The app boasts beautiful animation and bright colours in every territory. Your mission will remain the same across all levels: navigate a strange foreign land by tapping on the screen. Don’t expect any change in gameplay mechanics—even if you spend hours playing, you won’t encounter anything new. This may be because the game is free and therefore monetised through ads, even when you’re playing offline.