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* AutomaticNewGame: When the game starts the player automatically taken through a tutorial sequence and then right into the first level.

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* AutomaticNewGame: When the game starts the player is automatically taken through a tutorial sequence and then right into the first level.

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[[caption-width-right:259:You are a traffic engineer. Draw freeway interchanges. Optimize for efficency and avoid traffic jams!]]

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* AcceptableBreakFromReality: The game uses the RuleOfFun for the player to build a road system.
* AutomaticNewGame: When the game starts the player automatically taken through a tutorial sequence and then right into the first level.


The game is not to be confused with ''VideoGame/{{Freeway}}'', a similarly named Atari 2600 game.

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The game is not to be confused with ''VideoGame/{{Freeway}}'', a similarly named Atari 2600 game.game.

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!! ''Freeways'' provide examples of the following tropes:
* CriticalExistenceFailure: If a gridlock occurs the player fails the current level.


The game is not to be confused with [[''VideoGame/{{Freeway}}'' a similarly named Atari 2600 game]].

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The game is not to be confused with [[''VideoGame/{{Freeway}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Freeway}}'', a similarly named Atari 2600 game]].game.


The game is not to be confused with [[''VideoGame/{{Freeway}} a similarly named Atari 2600 game]].

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The game is not to be confused with [[''VideoGame/{{Freeway}} [[''VideoGame/{{Freeway}}'' a similarly named Atari 2600 game]].

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''Freeways'' is a mobile simulation game developed and published by Captain Games and released in September, 2017. A release for UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} followed in October, 2017. In the game the player must draw roads and bridges to connected dead-end roads and allow traffic to flow. If the traffic should become gridlocked the player fails the level. At the end of every level time advances rapidly as cars are shown driving on the roads and then the player is awarded an efficiency score.

The game is not to be confused with [[''VideoGame/{{Freeway}} a similarly named Atari 2600 game]].

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