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EA SimCity BuildIt Brings City Crafting to the Small Screen

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I have loved to play SimCity in all its iterations on the PC over the years. I like to craft the cities and see how much money I can make. I also both love and hate the natural disasters that can befall your city and crush all your hard work. EA has revealed that it will be bringing a new SimCity game to iOS and Android mobile devices.

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The game is called SimCity BuildIt and as yet, the gameplay details are unknown. We don’t know if it will have those annoyingly cool natural disasters for instance. What we do know is that the game will support gestures and players will get to construct cities.

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Citizens of your virtual city will get angry if you make bad decisions. EA said, “The choices you make evolve your city in a variety of ways. Meet your citizens’ needs to keep them happy, or make questionable choices and feel your citizens’ wrath.”

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“Pinch, zoom, and rotate 360 degrees as you manage your city in the palm of your hand. With countless buildings and vivid, 3D-quality graphics, it’s the most advanced mobile building simulation game.”

There’s no word yet on when SimCity BuildIt will be released, but I’m looking forward to checking it out.

[via EuroGamer]



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