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The criteria for successfully completing a level never changes: guide all the cars safely to their garage without any collisions. Sounds simple – but the game’s unique puzzle mechanics ensure every level is a challenge.

- 60 challenging levels, each solvable in a variety of ways. Complete the objectives, or aim for the bonus medals by conserving fuel – the choice is up to you
- Constantly changing gameplay – new vehicles demand new tactics
- Intuitive controls – create and refine routes simply and easily
- Beautiful visuals – watch in awe as the world of Traffic Wonder comes to life
- Multiple environments – solve puzzles in the city, the countryside and the desert, among others
- Comprehensive global leaderboard. Think you’ve done well? Then see how the rest of the world is faring
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