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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 616d ago | review

TouchGen: Pixel People review

TouchGen: Somewhere in space there is an outpost city looking for a new ruler: you. Mankind needs to start anew, but learning from the past seems to be something not fully in the picture. Rather the new Utopia tries to replicate the old days, and ways of living as much as possible. Instead of creating a world without war, or famine it goes for the same kind of economy we have on Earth today. The soldier is one of the earlier jobs to appear, and you even get to install a bunker. I am not asking for an Orwellian 1984 big brother state, but if you were to create a new world from scratch wouldn’t you want to change stuff? (iPhone, Pixel People) 3/5

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