DMM Games announced that there newest game StationFlow, produced by Tak Fujii of Ninety-Nine Nights II and Gal-Metal fame, will launch on PC-via Steam on April 15.
StationFlow has players design and build complex 3D layouts to guide passengers to their destinations. This requires players to use signage as well as do whatever it takes to keep the customers happy. However, this also needs to be done within budget. The game features a free-form building system that allows players to use their imagination and build to their heart’s content. The game revolves around creating a subway station that you can be proud of.
“I am excited to share our latest project today,” said StationFlow producer Tak Fujii. “This is a game created by a small team with big ideas and a big heart – and wouldn’t be possible without the dedication and hard work from game director Szabó Marcell. I hope players enjoy it, and I challenge everyone to make over one million passengers happy!”
StationFlow is currently available in Early Access on Steam and holds a Very Positive review score from Steam users.
To share more of the game, the developer released a new trailer so you can check out some of the subway designs they’ve come up with.
You can watch the trailer below:
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