Thursday, March 31, 2016

Traffic Challenge

Is traffic control a job for you? Traffic Challenge is a difficult, point and click, road management and timing-based game for kids, teens and grownups where your task is to keep traffic flowing and to avoid crashes by strategically changing the traffic light display at busy road intersections. Utilizing good awareness and impeccable timing, you must allow traffic to pass through intersections at regular intervals. You cannot allow traffic to ‘back up’, and you must let an allocated number of vehicles through before the clock runs out! Make no mistake, traffic control is a high-pressure challenge!
Featuring real-life road simulation issues such as emergency vehicles, rush hour traffic, aggressive drivers and more, this traffic manager game is a stern test of your concentration skills, cool-headedness and reactions. You must make quick decisions and strategic judgments under pressure, and use sharp analytical problem solving skills for a quick-fire solution to the rapid traffic build up situation. So, you’ve been given you the green light to become a top traffic controller. But, should you instead have simply been given a straight red?Earn to Die
How to Play: In each progressively-difficult level, your job is to safely allow a target number of cars & trucks through a busy intersection before the clock runs out. To do this, you must tactfully change traffic lights from red to green and back again when it is safe to do so. Using your computer mouse or touchpad, Left Click on a traffic light to change its color.
In the blue box in the bottom right hand corner of the play area, you can see how many cars you must safely allow through, and how much time remains. If you successfully reach the target number before the clock runs out, you progress to the next level. However, if you cause a crash, you must replay the level. Likewise, if you allow vehicles to get backed up to the point where a traffic jam reaches all the way to the edge of the game screen (end of the road), you fail the level.

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