Cities: Skylines [Online Game Code]

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  • Multi-tiered simulation: Playing as the mayor of your city you'll be faced with balancing essential requirements such as education, water electricity, police, fire fighting, healthcare and much more along with your citys real economy system.
  • Extensive local traffic simulation: Colossal Orders extensive experience developing the Cities in Motion series is fully utilized in a fully fleshed out and well-crafted transport systems.
  • Districts and Policies: Be more than just an administrator from city hall. Designating parts of your city as a district results in the application of policies which results in you rising to the status of Mayor for your own city.
  • Extensive modding support: Build or improve on existing maps and structures. You can then import them into the game, share them as well as download the creations of other city builders on the Steam workshop.

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Platform:PC Online Game Code  |  Edition:Standard

Cities: Skylines is a modern take on the classic city simulation. The game introduces new game play elements to realize the thrill and hardships of creating maintaining the a real city whilst expanding on some well-established tropes of the city building experience.   From the makers of the Cities in Motion franchise, the game boasts a fully realized transport system. It also includes the ability to mod the game to suit your play style as a fine counter balance to the layered and challenging simulation. You’re only limited by your imagination, so take control and reach for the sky!

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System Requirements:
  • Supported OS:   [Windows 7]
  • Processor:   Intel Core i5-3470, 3.20GHz or AMD FX-6300, 3.5Ghz
  • RAM:   6 GB RAM
  • Hard Disk:   4 GB
  • Video Card:   nVIDIA GeForce GTX 660, 2 GB RAM or AMD Radeon HD 7870, 2 GB RAM (Does not support Intel Integrated Graphics)


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  • Supported OS:   Windows


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    Platform:PC Online Game Code  |  Edition:Standard

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    Platform for Display: PC Online Game CodeEdition: Standard
    Truly a spiritual successor to the Simcity franchise. Developed by Colossal Order and published by Paradox Interactive, this game has revived what was thought of as a lost genre after the huge failure of EA's Simcity 2013. With full mod support via the Steam Workshop, game play will never get old. In fact, just 2 days after the initial release, fans have already created a first person mod, which allows you to "walk" around your city and view it as if you were a citizen. Last time I checked there were over 11,000 mods available! Installing mods is as simple as checking a box on the game start screen. Paradox has been clear it plans to release many updates, with new features, over the coming months. Their approach to game design is to start with a really great core game, and then build upon it making better via free updates. For $30 you are getting A LOT of content, with much more to come, and an entire community of support. Let this be a lesson to EA on how to make a great game!
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    Platform for Display: PC Online Game CodeEdition: Standard
    I can go on and on and on about this game. It's simple, easy to understand, complex in it's own right, very expansive, no online requirement, manual hard drive saves AND Steam Cloud saves, small download size, so much content for $30, etc.

    Edit 4/8/2015: Not to mention the Steam Workshop. If you don't know what that is, it's Steam's in house modding community, and it's brilliant for this game. Modders have put in a TON of very useful things for your city so far, all free, easy to download, and easy implemented in your games options.

    Edit 4/13/2015: Please go view the Steam Workshop for this game. Modders have already added a plethora of parking lots to chose from. Tired of your streets being pack by people parking on the side of the roads? Add parking lots to your game! Plenty of building and statistic mods as well via the workshop.

    If you like city simulation builders, this is for you. It's such a blast to play, it's cheap to boot, has an amazing publisher behind it (Paradox), and modding community is amazing.

    5/5
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    Platform for Display: PC Online Game CodeEdition: Standard
    This is a classic city manager/builder game with the balance tipped slightly to the building portion. There are a ton of features from a map editor to a resource editor and a couple of DLCs that allow you to start the game with everything unlocked and an endless amount of cash. I haven’t had time to play with all the features but it looks like there will be plenty to keep a person busy when not actually playing the game. Getting started is easy enough although one weird quirk is that you have to lay down one single strip of road to unlock a few far more useful roads. It’s kind of an odd mechanic and I’m not quite sure what the point is. If you’ve played a city builder before you’ll be pretty familiar with the execution of this one. The UI is relatively clutter-free if not the most logically laid out. I spent a few minutes searching for this or that but nothing exceptionally frustrating. After some time spent playing it becomes second nature. Over all the game controls and interface are pretty well laid out and a lot of care was taken in the design. There are no real challenge modes to speak of, the goal is to build a functioning city with happy citizens, flowing traffic and a bank account that’s in the black (or green in this case). It’s relatively easy to accomplish those goals if you take a little time and pay attention to the “chirpey” app and small icons above the buildings. Chirpey (I think that’s the name) is an annoying version of Twitter and I found myself ignoring it after about the first ten minutes. There are a few mods that allow you to eliminate chirpey already which gives you an idea of how much it’s despised. Speaking of which, there are already a couple thousand mods available for download on Steam with a lot more to come I’m sure.Read more ›
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    Platform for Display: PC Online Game CodeEdition: Standard
    In 2013, after 10 years of waiting, the Sim City community of modders, fans, and aficionados rushed out to purchase the fifth installment of Sim City. Ten years is a long time to wait for a game, but we had a lot of faith in Maxis. Long story short, it was the biggest disappointment in a video game I have had. Maxis and EA crippled Sim City 5 with DRM, Always On APM, tiny maps, forced origin installation, no mod support, no steam support, and a forced multiplayer aspect.

    Everything the mod community did that kept Sim City 4 on the shelves in Wallmarts across America for an entire decade was ignored. Maxis and EA ignored all of the fans, and gave the people who had kept them in business for twenty years a horrible product. And for that we put Maxis out of business. They will never make another game, and it is no one's fault but theirs.

    Now pretend none of that happened. It's 2013 again, and here it is people: Sim City 5. Enjoy :)
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    Platform for Display: PC Online Game CodeEdition: Standard
    City building games have become something of a joke since the latest SimCity game was released. While would-be city planners have been clamoring for some quality city-building goodness all that we seem to be getting is a bug-infested steaming pile of garbage (SimCity), or a rerelease of the exact same game, but with a slightly different user interface (Cities XXL). This forces us to play games that are sometimes nearing two decades old since (SimCity 2000) because we are a sorely under-represented group of gamers

    Cities: Skylines, pun intended but Colossal Order took on well, a colossal order when it decided to get into the city-building franchise since all that we, as gamers, have been provided over the last few years is nothing but trash and there were some big shoes to fill in the city simulation genre. Were they able to give us what we city-building fans have wanted?

    In short, yes, Colossal Order gave us a city building game that was relatively bug free, balanced, gorgeous, and most important, it was FUN. Since SimCity's release I have been fervently awaiting some sort of gorgeous city building simulator where it actually worked and was something new since SimCity was such a massive let down. Come 2015 and Focus Home Entertainment releases Cities XXL only to find that it was more scam than anything else, given that it was the exact same game as Cities XL (we are talking the only difference being a user interface change). This left a very bad taste in our proverbial mouths as we were betrayed by the only two real city building studios out there and we had nobody to turn to.

    Then Cities: Skylines was announced and as more and more footage was released we began to hope again and fortunately Colossal Order pulled it off.
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