There’s nothing quite like the feeling of a well-executed parallel park. It’s that feeling that HTML5 game, Parking Passion tries to recreate. Players drive their four door sedan through a maze of traffic, storage containers, roadwork, and crossing pedestrians as they try to reach their parking spot before time runs out. Each time players strike or are struck by an object, they will lose health. Especially when moving cars are introduced, health drains very quickly. It’s important that players drive with precision. Precise, a, almost defensive driving will save players time and health — ultimately garnering them more points at the end of each level. Since players use only the control pad for in Parking Passion, it’s easy to pick up. We recommend it to children ages 6 and older.
Being efficient and aware of our use of time and effort.
Depending on the difficulty of the level, players will be allowed between 1 and 3 minutes to park their car. An arrow at the top of the screen helps players drive in the general direction of the parking space. Mastering the driving controls is a little difficult, as players can only use the four directional controls. To turn right, players have to hold up (forward) and the right directional pad. Turning while backing up requires a similar process. Players should try to move through the maze as quickly and safely as possible to allow the maximum amount of time for parking. Some of the parallel parks players must make in Parking Passion might be more difficult than getting a spot in the city on a Friday night. Therefore, players need to give themselves at least 30 seconds to a minute to get into the space unscathed.
Managing our actions, feelings and behaviors.
Drivers education preached "defensive driving." The same instruction holds true in Parking Passion. Of course, players have to be congnizant of the ticking clock in the corner of the screen. But the game allows enough time to make it through each course damage-free. Avoiding pedestrians and oncoming traffic is hard enough. Many of the turns that players make are so tight that it's very difficult to avoid contact with the curb or street cones. Doing the same in reverse is even harder. Sharp turns in Parking Passsion requires extreme precision and high levels of self-control.
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