In Traffic Cop 3D, players are tasked with scanning the highways for vehicles and chasing them down in case they decide to go off the rails. These stubborn citizens are breaking the rules of the road and it's up to you to arrest them, fine them or let them get away with it.
Traffic Cop 3D features a 3D graphic with a bird's eye view. To move your radar gun, simply swipe your finger in any direction on your smartphone screen. In this way, you can identify all license plates and decide if a driver deserves a ticket.
If you choose to stop, you must first listen to all of the driver's excuses. This is the final step in deciding whether to issue a ticket based on whether the person was speeding or not.
Traffic Cop 3D has an original premise where you play as a cop who must catch speed demons. Using your radar gun, you can identify drivers who are breaking the law and endangering other citizens.
When you unlock new moves, the system will tell you that you need to watch a video to unlock them. This is not the case. Skip the video and you'll find new moves - megaphone, crash, chase, etc. - available in the next level.
If you just start crashing, it won't stop. Instead, you will need to try to pull it over first. Once you've finished it and it doesn't comply, you can start driving behind it. Eventually, everything is fine, it will stop, and you can deliver justice like a control freak.
When you get a chance to chase the car, you should catch it. But they made a nice change from scanning license plates and deciding what to do. Use your common sense in deciding what to do with the people you pull over - in fact, in deciding whether you should pull them over - to make the right choice. If their record is mostly green, it's best to make them green. If they're red, pull them over and arrest or fine them, depending on the severity of their crime.