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  Cities in Motion: London DLC is Out Today!
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11/20/2012
 


[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

NEW YORK – November 20, 2012 – All aboard! The train has left Paddington station as Paradox interactive and Colossal Order Ltd have today released Cities in Motion: London, brand new DLC for the critically-acclaimed transport simulation, Cities in Motion.

From Westminster to The Square Mile, Cities in Motion: London introduces a wealth of new features that will really make the streets feel like they are paved with gold. Three new scenarios await, including ‘London 2012,’ a challenge where players will need to ensure that the transport system doesn’t fall into chaos when the city is overrun with Olympians and their thousands of fans.

Featuring new vehicles and monuments, players can build the London Eye, Tower Bridge and other famous landmarks while navigating the city with the iconic red buses and London Underground. With eight million locals and 30 million tourists visiting the bustling metropolis every year, designing the transport system through the narrow, meandering streets of Blighty’s capital in Cities in Motion: London will be the ultimate challenge for both seasoned and rookie desktop city planners.

Check out the gameplay trailer for Cities in Motion: London here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ceYeIAC0yp4

Cities in Motion: London from all major digital download portals for PC with a recommended retail price of $4.99.

Mind the gap and start shuffling Londoners around by visiting the official Cities in Motion page: http://www.citiesinmotion.com/buy

 

 

 

 

 
   
   
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