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Cities XL 2011

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With Cities XL 2011, build and develop gigantic cities on realistic 3D maps, thanks to an incredible collection counting more than 700 buildings and unique structures. You are the virtual mayor and as such, you will need to find the right balance between economic development for your city, public transportation, housing, social services, leisure activities and even special events in town. Realism has been pushed a little bit deeper with larger cities, more realistic and more sophisticated than ever before! Broaden your horizons! Cities XL 2011 pushes its limits further: hundreds of new buildings and structures appear for a total of more than 700 constructions, leading the way for new building and combinations options never seen before in a City Builder. Many new maps are also available, for a total of 45 buildable maps. City management will offer the full experience thanks to the addition of public transportation (subway, bus) which will decongest downtown traffic while lowering pollution levels and increasing the population's satisfaction. A more elaborated tax system will let all apprentice mayors adjust personal and local business taxes. A new commercial user interface will permit trade between cities in single player mode if a player decides to develop several cities. Thanks to these big novelties and to a lot of inspired improvements, Cities XL 2011 truly reaches a whole new dimension to please all City Builders’ fans

Cities XL 2011 Review

It is said that all great towns start from a dirt road. Cities XL 2011 thrives on the simple mechanic of starting from nothing, and building that up into something. Ditching any form of missions or objectives, you’re simply tasked with creating a town and making sure it thrives.Laying down the foundation is easy. You start off with limited funds, build connecting roads and low class housing, and wait for money to start rolling in from factory jobs. Unlocking buildings and structures is measured by population. As your neighborhoods grow and more people move in, new buildings become available, including ritzy apartments and houses for executives, leisure establishments like bowling alleys and basketball courts, and more demanding jobs that bring in more money, but in turn require higher... Read Review

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    Cities XL 2011 Review

    Mike Splechta Nov 17, 2010