A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux

About Road Rage

Road Rage is a game about managing the Flow of Traffic in a city. You are a Traffic Controller and you have to switch Traffic Lights on and off as well as clear accidents to manage cars. The goal of the game is to complete certain tasks specified for each level. The tasks have much variation from level to level.

This game was an entry for PyWeek 26 and tied for 4th Place. You can view the page for the entry here.


Left Click - Toggle Traffic Lights

Right Click - Clear Traffic Accidents

Escape Key - Pause Game

PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Release date Oct 27, 2018
Made withAdobe Illustrator, pygame, Adobe Photoshop
TagsPixel Art, Singleplayer
Code licenseMIT License
Average sessionA few minutes
InputsKeyboard, Mouse
LinksBlog, Entry Page, Source code


Road Rage for Windows
Road Rage for macOS
Road Rage for Debian Linux
Road Rage for Python

Install instructions


To run the game, extract the .zip file and run "main.exe" to play.

Please Note: This Version requires Windows XP or newer to run.


To run the game, open the DMG file, move the game to your Applications or other directory, and run "Road Rage". DO NOT RUN THE GAME INSIDE THE DISK IMAGE.

Please Note: This Version requires Mac OS X 10.6 or newer to run.


To run the game, extract the .tar.gz file and open the executable file "main". 

Please Note: This Version requires Debian Linux, but Ubuntu and Kali Linux can also run the game. This version has not been tested much, so report any problems you have with the game and I'll look into it.

Python 2.x and 3.x

To be able to run the game, you need to install pygame 1.9, you can do this through pip by opening the Terminal running:

pip install pygame==1.9.4

Preferably, use pygame 1.9.4 or 1.9.3, either one will work.

To run the game, run the file  "main.py" in python or pythonw. To open it in Terminal, running the command in the install location:

python main.py

Please Note: It does not matter which version of Python you use, it works on both Python 2 and Python 3.

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