Simulations are a very hot genre in both console and PC gaming at the moment, not a little due to The Sims series from EA, but also because of the small group of studios that have kept the genre alive by releasing quality sims -- and Cities in Motion (CIM) is just such a title. When the preview code arrived there was something of a struggle over who was going to get to preview it -- I won -- so after eagerly installing it I spent a few minutes reading the manual, which arrives as a PDF document. The first stand-out feature of the game is that it is set in Europe rather than the US -- this is a good thing for a number of reasons, not the least of which being that Europe has been more enthusiastic about embracing public transportation as a foundation point in its transport infrastructure, whereas in the US it is almost always an afterthought. The game has some rather relaxed system .. read more
14th Aug 2012 - Paradox Interactive today announce at Gamescom the upcoming release of Cities in Motion 2 for Windows PC and Mac. Building and expanding on the original Cities in Motion transit simulation game, Cities in Motion 2 has a wealth of new features for both first-time digital travelers and regular computer commuters, including the addition of.. Read More.
19th Jul 2012 - The world of simulation gaming is not as wide or as deep as those of other genres, which is why when one of the digital delivery services holds a special sale on sim titles, that is a genuine cause to celebrate in that gaming community. This week sim gamers can look to Gamersgate to fill in any gaps in their collections -- as there are.. Read More.
15th Sep 2011 - New cities, updated demo with extra Mac love and brand new trailer released Paradox Interactive and Colossal Order Ltd have today released Cities in Motion: German Cities, the brand new expansion to their acclaimed mass public transportation simulator Cities in Motion. The expansion, which is available from all major digital downloa.. Read More.