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City Life 2008 Edition

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Simulation
Publisher: Paradox

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'City Life 2008 Edition' - 5 New Screens

by Rainier on Nov. 15, 2007 @ 3:43 a.m. PST

City Life 2008 Edition features 60 more buildings, bringing the total to 360, including famous structures such as St. Paul Cathedral, Royal Opera, etc. New scenarios, 10 new maps and an updated version of the editor allow you to import satellite maps, as well as import from applications such as World-Machine, or GeoControl.

From elegant villas in residential neighborhoods to imposing skyscrapers in the financial district, players design and develop the city of their dreams. They have to provide comfort and satisfaction for the citizens by offering them adequate leisure and entertainment facilities, as well as work and access to education. It's up to the player to manage their city effectively, overseeing booming development while at the same time regulating the very delicate issues of pollution and traffic. Players must also ensure that the diverse communities share the city in the best way possible to guarantee a peaceful and prosperous city.

City Life is an incredible city builder, set in real-time 3D. Players construct awe inspiring megalopolises thriving with life. The stunning 3D game engine, powers the incredibly realistic visuals, which are full of life and energy. As the player sweeps amongst the towering cityscape, watch the shadows lengthen as the day draws on, catch building reflections in the mirrored windows of the financial district and see the shimmering image of their construction as they stand at the waters edge. Players can view the game from different non-isometric perspectives as the camera can rotate in all directions; and zoom is fully supported all the way into first-person view, to walk amongst the citizens of their thriving city.

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