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Features
•Fantastic 3D graphics.
•Drag and flick; Angry Birds Style!
•60 Levels of increasing difficulty.
•10 unique themes.
•Memory and Reflex Action.

Every level will provide you with a new challenge, with less time to do it in. If you can remember what order to build in and you can do it quickly enough by mastering the mid-air flick; you will soon become a star of this game. If you can avoid the birds snatching your building materials and squish the mice that eat away at them, you might even become a “Big Builder”.

Building Cities also means breaking things and this game lets you do it. If something is in your way just break it. If the springs out there starting making life difficult, just use them to your advantage by rebounding building objects off them.

If you don’t like how you have built and the objects haven’t revealed themselves, just flick them off the pallet. If you feel like juggling the objects while you build…do it. Once you’re done, Big Luke will swing by and clean up your building site with his forklift….if you can build big enough you will never need his help.
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