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Cities in Motion Summary


Cities in Motion Review

All Aboard The Simulation Train.

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Paradox "actively looking" at cross-platform titles, thanks to Cloud saves

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Paradox Interactive CEO Fredrik Wester has high hopes for the continued swell of new platforms, providing they stay open for easy innovation and creativity. He sees "four OSes that will compete" for our attention.

They'll be "Windows, iOS, Android" and most likely Linux because of Steam's outpour of support. It's now "really tough" for indies to get on Windows and iOS - more closed now, ending a golden age.

Cities in Motion comes to London today

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Paradox Interactive has announced that Cities in Motion's latest downloadable content is now available and will take gamers to the UK, specifically to that cluster of roads and back alleys called London.

NYC and SF part of US Cities DLC for Cities in Motion

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Paradox Interactive has announced a new DLC for their transportation simulation game, Cities in Motion. The US Cities DLC will be released in two weeks on the 17th January, and will add New York City and San Francisco to the game. This will give players the chance to build the transportation network for two of the most complex cities in the world.

Cities in Motion and Magicka go Japanese

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Paradox Interactive has announced expansions for Cities in Motion and Magicka, each with a Japanese theme: Cities in Motion: Tokyo and Magicka: Nippon.

Cities in Motion on store shelves

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Paradox Interactive has let us know the public transportation strategy simulator, Cities in Motion, is now on store shelves.

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