Mini Metro is a minimalistic subway layout game. Your small city starts with only three unconnected stations. Your task is to draw routes between the stations to connect them with subway lines. Everything but the line layout is handled automatically; trains run along the lines as quickly as they can, and the commuters decide which trains to board and where to make transfers.
However the city is constantly growing, along with the transport needs of its population. How long can you keep the subway system running before it grinds to a halt?
Mini Metro is available now on Steam and other digital retailers for PC, Mac, and Ubuntu, and on the App Store and Google Play for phone and tablets.
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The web version of Mini Metro only runs in desktop browsers at least 800px wide. If you're able to, please increase the size of your window. If not, visit this site on a Windows or Mac computer and join in on the fun!
The web version of Mini Metro only runs in desktop browsers, so please visit this site on a Windows or Mac computer and join in on the fun!
There's a lot more in the full game: procedural audio by Disasterpeace, infinite-play zen mode, the unlockable extreme mode, leaderboards, multiple maps and themes based on real-world cities, and more cool stuff.
You can get Mini Metro right now at the App Store and Google Play:
Mini Metro is available for desktop platforms through a variety of storefronts.
If you buy through the Humble Widget directly below, you will receive an email with your download link and have the option to add Mini Metro to your Humble Library to easily receive future updates. Buying through Humble also gives you a Steam key.