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I should mention that Traffic Jams does have a multiplayer component, but it isn’t very appealing. Up to four non-VR players can join you via their cellphones, but their roles are limited and frankly, I don’t see this being a popular way to play. Traffic Jams is, at it’s core, a single-player experience but even then, it is a rather thin one. While there are some fun and clever ideas here, and a few hours of genuine fun to be had, there’s just too much sameness to the experience to keep you coming back. But if nothing else, Traffic Jams’ arm-flailing madness could be a decent way to do a daily 30 minute workout if you’re looking for a change from your usual fitness routine.
Without being exceptional, Traffic Jams is a fun little game that is played mainly in short sessions and can also be played by several locally, with four players with their smartphone.
Review in French | Read full review
Traffic management in the palm of your hand/s! But it may not be as easy as it seems.
With an extremely simple gameplay, Traffic Jams surprises with its great quality and fun, leaving the user with the desire to want more and more cities to control the traffic.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
I was so impressed with my time playing Traffic Jams that it quickly became one of my favourite PlayStation VR games. The spot-on humour and frantic gameplay combine beautifully into one fun VR experience and I wholeheartedly recommend it to any PSVR owner.