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Hands-On Preview: Cities in Motion 2 - Electronic Theatre

The original Cities in Motion launched in February last year to significant critical acclaim and a surprising response from the strategy videogaming audience. While on the surface you may find it hard to tell the difference between Cities in Motion and any number of transport simulators, Colossal Order Ltd. had developed a product more akin to SimCity: there is reality in Cities in Motion, but it’s a very light-hearted version of the real world. Transport simulators are made to be a realistic interpretation of the actual; Cities in Motion is intended to be a fun interactive experience. (Cities in Motion 2, PC)

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