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An engaging, yet peaceful game; worth twice the price. Also, the controls actually feel quite good contrary to what everyone else says, but I have a bigger phone, so if you have a smaller phone touch screen, this game might be a bad purchase. P.S.: there's a pause button and a speed up button you'll see if you click the top right corner; no one seems to know this!
13 people found this review helpful
Awesome game but the controls are really bad. I love these "min max" type of games and mini metro really encourages complex thinking to solve very simple problems. It scratches a weird itch, I can't tell why. My only gripe is the controls are really bad. Want to move a line to a new station? Here's a train to pick up. New station in the middle of existing lines? It's not connected even though it appears that way. Want to connect the end of line to another spot? Here's a whole different line...
12 people found this review helpful
The game itself is great, but I do find the menu system, specifically ability to move between Normal and Extreme mode, very frustrating. You have sacrificed usability for an overly-simple menu system. To figure out how to unlock a specific level in Extreme mode, I have to go to that mode only to have to switch back to Normal mode and hope to remember the specifics - "was it only two trains, or only two tunnels?". Fix that UX/UI issue, and you've got a 5-star game.
26 people found this review helpful