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New York, USA (January 23, 2008) - Publisher Paradox Interactive announced today that it has signed the next-generation city builder, City Life Edition 2008, for the North American market. Scheduled for release in May, 2008, the title will be available in retail stores as well as for digital download via GamersGate.

The original City Life was praised for bringing originality to the city building simulation genre and the title managed to carve out its own niche in the genre. City Life Edition 2008 brings as much originality and detail as its predecessor, and the 3D game engine with its detail and animation promises total freedom of construction. Several new features have been added, including:

- 60 new buildings making it a total of 360 buildings
- 10 new maps
- An updated editor with the possibility to import real life satellite maps
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