Friday, March 20

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Colossal Order For President

Cities: Skylines


Oh yeah, Windows, Mac, and Linux.  And only $30.  And it's on Steam, so if you're short of cash, you can just wait a little.

Two more points.

First, I was going to say that the cities look too clean to be real, but then I learned that the developers live in Finland.

Second, this review: I named a dog and just followed it wandering the streets for a bit. It didn’t wander far, but made me appreciate the level of detail.

You can currently grow your city up to a population of 1 million.  And you can name a dog and watch it explore the neighbourhood.

I played Sim City 4 back in the day on a 1.2GHz Athlon with 512MB of RAM, running Windows... ME?  I think.

I now have an 8-core 4GHz AMD system with 32GB of RAM, not to mentioned a graphics card with 3GB of RAM and a 3TFLOP GPU, so a hypothetical city builder game that took advantage of all that power would probably look something like this:


Or maybe this:

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1 The still of that last video reminds me of High Five or perhaps the Mixmaster (Dallas or Fort Worth version) except for the lack of lake.

Posted by: RickC at Saturday, March 21 2015 01:40 AM (ECH2/)

2 My office moved right near the High Five. It's a pretty good-looking overpass. Might be larger than is strictly necessary (like that's a problem in Texas?)

Posted by: Avatar_exADV at Saturday, March 21 2015 11:21 AM (zJsIy)

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