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- Hours of game-play.
- Full in-game instructions and intuitive touch controls.
- Unique mix of city-building simulation, upgrades and strategy.
- Randomly generated landscapes, infinite re-playability.
- No pressure casual game-play. Play at your own speed, no need for lightning fast reactions, no timers - perfect for touch screen gaming.
- 25 achievements to unlock.
- 6 challenges to complete based on the population of your town.
- 12 explosive types to unlock.
- 60+ upgrades to buy.
- 22 amenities to discover and build, including shops, parks, casinos and more.
- 11 different residential buildings that develop organically.
- Play the gold market - store your gold in a vault and sell it when the price is favorable.
- Game Center high scores.
- Compatible with iPod touch, iPhone and iPad.
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