Mexico City, Mexico – Atinco America today is pleased to introduce Traffic Control Game 1.0, their traffic control simulation for the iPhone and iPod touch. A virus has infected the computer that controls the city’s traffic lights. Human operators/players must take over and try to achieve the smoothest flow of traffic and fewest accidents on the busy city streets of Miami. By controlling different stop lights at intersections, players prevent collisions and traffic jams while ambulances, motorcycles, school buses, sports cars, tractor trailers, buses, police cars, fire trucks and cars travel at various speeds. Streets are seen in overhead view, complete with homes, buildings, lanes, tunnels, lights and vehicles.
There are 5 levels of playing difficulty, and 5 stages in each level. Points are awarded for vehicles that pass through intersections safely within the time limit. More vehicles, lanes, lights and intersections are introduced as gameplay difficulty increases. Vehicles have 4 different characteristic speeds, and 3 different point values. As an aid to traffic controllers, the number of vehicles stopped at each intersection is displayed, and a warning given when the number approaches a dangerous amount. Realistic sound effects accompany vehicles and crashes.
* Detailed, overhead view of the streets of Miami
* Realistic graphics and sound effects
* Detailed, complex simulation of traffic flow on city streets
* Elegant user interface for controlling traffic signals
* 5 Levels of difficulty with 5 stages at each level
* Go from level to level by scoring the necessary points in the time allowed
* Variety of vehicles including sports car, fire engine, bus, truck and car
* Post scores on the international scoreboard
* A uniquely challenging game of maximizing order and flow in the system
Traffic Control Game 1.0 includes built-in GPS assist to determine your location and help record or publish your scores. A world-wide scoreboard for each of the 5 levels can be displayed. A challenge mode allows users to compare scores using one of the major email portals or their own internet provider.
“With Traffic Control Game we wanted to create the same excitement that changing traffic lights and speeding vehicles does in real life,” said Jorge Pascual, president and CEO of Madrid, Spain based Atinco America SA de CV. “Whether you’re in your car or playing a game, there’s nothing that gets the adrenaline flowing like trying to avoid a traffic accident.”
* iPhone or iPod touch
* iPhone OS 3.0 or later
* 15.5 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Traffic Control Game 1.0 is only $.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category. Review copies are available upon request.
Headquartered in Madrid, Spain, Atinco America SA de CV is a privately held company established in 2004 by Jorge Pascual. Atinco specializes in the constantly growing market for cell phone services, applications and content. As the first company in Mexico to become a certified iPhone developer, Atinco is recognized as a leading innovator in the cell phone market. Copyright (C) 2004-2010 Atinco America SA de CV. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.