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Submitted by Kingmush 712d ago | news

Underwater Metropolis, An Ocean Themed City Builder, Seeks Funding

City building mobile games are a popular genre but for the most part are fairly standard and not that different from one another as well as usually plagued by insane in-app purchases. Eleventh Level Interactive hopes to change that perception with their newest upcoming game Underwater Metropolis. In Underwater Metropolis it is up to you to build your dream under the sea city as you take on issues ranging from ecological to political. The game looks amazing from what screenshots have been shown and the ideas mentioned seem unique, yet Underwater Metropolis is going to need some crowdfunding help as Eleventh Level Interactive have put it on Kickstarter with a goal of $20,000. (Android, Underwater Metropolis)

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spurgeonryan  +   713d ago
Actually sounds like a good idea. hope it gets funded.

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