Posts Tagged ‘Enviro-Bear 2010’

Freeways is a puzzley road-builder from Desert Golfer

Road rage? Naw mate. Naw

Where we’re going, we need roads. Criss-crossing and over-passing and field-avoiding roads. Freeways [itch.io page] is a puzzley car game where you have to draw roads to connect to each highway while avoiding obstacles, such as the pesky environment. It’s like a bite-sized Cities: Skylines but also reminds me of Mini Metro, in that you click and drag lines to make a cohesive transport network but end up collapsing the entire country with a “higgledy piggledy highway”. Sorry, entire country.
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The Best, Nay Only, Bear-Based Driving Sim

Beary good

Enviro-Bear 2000 – Operation: Hibernation (and yes, I do realise it’s been around since February, thanks) is one of those games that’s best simply linked to and left without description or explanation. It was created for one of TIGsource’s many ever-bountiful compos, and is winning new attention now due to cropping up in Apple’s Appstore. I’ll say only this: the controls are awful. But if they were great, they’d hardly be an accurate reflection of a bear trying to drive a car, would they now? Also: I suspect it’s a lot cleverer than you might immediately think it to be from the gloriously absurd video beneath the cut.
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