For anyone who might be unfamiliar with Mini Motorways, it is the sequel (of sorts) to Dinosaur Polo Club’s monster hit, subway routing strategy game, Mini Metro.

However, instead of subways, in Mini Motorways, you are tasked with drawing the roads that drive various cities around the world. The list of available countries is diverse including the United States, New Zealand, Japan, Germany, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Switzerland, Philippines, Brazil, United Arab Emirates, Mexico, Thailand and now…South Korea.

Today’s FREE update adds e Bridge to Busan.

Known as the “Summer Capital” of the country, Busan is well renowned for its bustling ship ports and even busier streets. Shopping and street festivals are prevalent, filling the community with countless map pins in need of carpools and motorways.

If you think you have what it takes to manage traffic flows in this bustling East Asian city, they you simply need to update your Mini Motorways app and complete 400 trips in Lisbon to unlock it.

Bridge to Busan is available now across all current platforms including Apple ArcadeNintendo Switch, as well as PC and Mac via Steam.

For more information, please visit the Dinosaur Polo Club website, follow the studio on TwitterFacebook, and Instagram, or search for #MiniMotorways on social media.