About Traffic Cop VR
This game transports you back to the 1950s and puts you on duty as the local traffic cop smack dab in the middle of a busy intersection!
Work against the clock to keep traffic flowing through the intersection efficiently and effectively.
Implement an action plan for the cars traveling at different speeds to avoid collisions and minimize delays.
Find alternative solutions to deal with road rage. Drivers in traffic jams may become unpredictable, blowing through the intersection or even throwing things at you. And, just in case you find a burger flying towards your face, you can always duck, dodge, or catch!
Evaluate options and implement solutions to protect the citizens from an alien attack, a giant bird infestation, and some hooligans who will stop at nothing to stain your uniform.
You will have everything you need to survive your shift: your trusty sling-shot, ray gun, and an arm that would make Babe Ruth jealous.
Don’t be a square! Check out this action-packed game. It’s a real whiz-bang!
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Portfolio Project Type
- Responsive Design
- Homepage Slider
- Newsletter Sign Up
- Image Gallery
Highlighted Feature 1
Problem: Traffic Cop VR hired us to create a single page website. The client needed more than a simple coming soon page but didn’t want to develop an entire website before the initial release of the new game.
Solution: We created a responsive single page website with the ability to grow as necessary.
Highlighted Feature 2
Problem: Traffic Cop VR needed a way to start building an e-mail marketing list for its newsletter.
Solution: We created a CF7 contact form and connected it to a third-party e-mail marketing service through an API. The form asks for an e-mail address to receive the newsletter.