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Release Date: June 2006
Publisher: CDV Software Entertainment USA
Developer: Monte Cristo
Genre: City building simulation

A city building simulation of epic proportions, City Life will challenge players to design, build and manage a modern day metropolis in a fully 3D environment. In the game, players will create a living city, striving to maintain harmony between various social classes through skilled urban planning and meeting their day-to-day needs.

Features of City Life include:

  • A true 3D city builder that allows the player to grow his or her creations from a small village to a massive megalopolis, creating a living breathing metropolis filled with diverse citizens moving to and fro, interacting realistically with one another and the player.
  • Twenty-two included terrains and a variety of distinct structures -- from run-down tenements and corner gas stations to elegant villas and imposing skyscrapers -- are available to challenge players
  • Gameplay can be pursued in an open-ended sandbox mode or in a goal-oriented approach
  • An extensive city editor allows players to create sophisticated and challenging city management situations, and then share these online with the City Life community
  • A powerful game engine takes into account population density, pollution, economics, education, the mood and social background of the citizenry, and much more to create a rich game experience
  • Six distinct social classes challenge players' design and management skills. Unique amenities must be offered to meet the varying expectations of the citizenry, as only diverse but harmonious neighborhoods allow a city to reach its full potential.
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