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Paradox Announces Cities In Motion: London For November 20th
The long running Cities In Motion series is getting a new bit of content and the focus this time around is London.
Cities in Motion: London is bringing 5 new scenarios, 5 new vehicles including the double-decker bus, and all the famous landmarks like the London Eye and Westminster Abbey. The new content is priced at $4.99 and will be available on most digital distribution sites on November 20th.
Below is a video, screen shots, and the official press release.
NEW YORK – November 13, 2012 – Tally Ho Chaps! Paradox Interactive and Colossal Order are giving Great Britain’s capital the royal treatment as they have today announced Cities in Motion: London, a brand new addition to the critically-acclaimed mass transport simulation Cities in Motion.
London, one of the world’s busiest cities, requires an effective and substantial transport system capable of meeting the high demand of the millions of commuters going about their daily business and tourists visiting its famous attractions alike. Introducing three new scenarios, new vehicles including the famous London Underground and world-renowned landmarks such as Tower Bridge, players will put their civic planning prowess to the test as they attempt to serve the transport needs of the great metropolis.
From navigating the narrow, meandering streets with the iconic red buses to crossing the banks of the mighty Thames, Cities in Motion: London provides a new set of challenges and obstacles for the savvy urban planner to overcome.
Cities in Motion: London will release November 20th 2012 on digital download portals for $4.99/€4.99/£3.99.