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Cities in Motion

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Simulation
Publisher: Paradox Interactive
Developer: Colossal Order Ltd.
Release Date: Feb. 22, 2011 (US), Early 2011 (EU)

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'Cities in Motion' Gets Release Date - Screens

by Rainier on Feb. 7, 2011 @ 9:06 a.m. PST

Cities in Motion sees players develop and operate their own public transport company building a travel network across Vienna, Helsinki, Berlin, and Amsterdam using more than 30 different modes of transport including buses, trams, subway trains and water buses.

As each city develops and grows the player must continue to meet the ever changing transport needs of its commuters, while at the same time ensuring it remains as profitable as possible.

Featuring an in-depth campaign mode made up of 12 scenarios along with an open ended sandbox mode, an advanced map editor that allows players to create their own cities, plus much more, Cities in Motion will challenge players to create the perfect public transport system that has no cancellations, no delays and where the passengers are always happy!


Features:

  • Explore four different cities: Vienna, Helsinki, Berlin and Amsterdam
  • Engage in a campaign spread across 12 scenarios, as well as a sandbox mode where all campaign cities are playable
  • Realistic 3D graphics with over 100 unique buildings
  • Advanced economy simulation including contractor deals, banking, insurance and fluctuating economic trends
  • Play through 100 years of transportation history across four eras between 1920 and 2020
  • Use the advanced map editor to create your own cities
  • Choose between over 30 different vehicles based on real-life models including buses, trams, water buses, helicopters and a subway system with underground view
  • Real-time city and traffic simulation as people commute between their homes, workplace and social lives.
  • Meet residents’ travel needs as seven different social groups exhibit different passenger behaviours
  • Three difficulty levels – easy, medium and hard


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