In Mini Metro, you take on the task of designing the subway layout for a rapidly expanding city. Your city starts with three stations. Draw routes between these stations to connect them with subway lines. Commuters travel along your lines to get around the city as fast as they can. Each station can only hold a handful of waiting commuters so your subway network will need to be well-designed to avoid delays.
The city is growing. More stations are opening, and commuters are appearing faster. The demands on your network are ever-increasing. You'll be constantly redesigning your lines to maximise efficiency. The new assets you earn every week will help immensely — as long as they're used wisely.
Eventually your network will fail. Stations will open too quickly. Commuters will crowd the platforms. How long the city keeps moving is up to you.
- Compelling, constructive, hectic, relaxed gameplay. If that makes sense. It doesn't though, aye? You just gotta play it
- Three game modes: Normal for quick scored games, Endless for stress-free sandbox play, and Extreme for the ultimate challenge
- Eleven real-world cities to design subways for (London, New York City, Paris, Berlin, Hong Kong, Osaka, Saint Petersburg, Montreal, São Paulo, Cairo, and Auckland). Each has a unique colour theme, set of obstacles, and pace
- Random city growth, so each game plays out differently. A strategy that proved successful last game may not help you in the next
- Each game's map is a work of art, built by you in the classic abstract subway style of Harry Beck. If you think it's a keeper, save it, tweet it, show it off or make it your desktop background!
- Procedural soundtrack by Disasterpeace
- Colorblind and night modes
- Trains! Did we mention them yet?
Deliver 300 passengers in Berlin.
Post a score in a daily challenge.
Deliver 200 passengers in Hong Kong.
Deliver 200 passengers in London.
Deliver 300 passengers in Melbourne.
Deliver 500 passengers in Montréal.
Deliver 200 passengers in New York.
Deliver 500 passengers in Osaka.
Deliver 200 passengers in Paris.