Made by Gabe O'Reilly
Every train carriage in Sydney is given a 4 digit long carriage number. Back in the day, me and some mates of mine had a game where you'd have to take those numbers and make 10 out of em; using whatever math function you could think of. 5290? (9x0)+(5x2) = 10, Easy.
As it turns out, we were not that creative. ~400million trips are made on the Sydney rail network a year, and just about every commuter seems to have independently had the same idea (sometimes with some slight rule variations). At this point, its become a bit of a folk game within New South Wales.
And so I decided to bring the game to the Playdate - while trying to keep the vibes tied to the city it came from.
Regular play mode: see how fast you can complete 10 trains
The Daily Commute: a daily rotating game mode
Global scoreboards to see how you stack up to the rest of the world!
1-bit pixel art aesthetics based on the sights of the Sydney Rail network
The rest of it: