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Cities in Motion

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Overall 8
7.5

Cities in Motion 2

Strategy Informer
25 April 2013
  • Conclusion: There’s no reason you can’t jump into CiM2 now: there’s still a deep, detail-orientated game for you to sink your teeth into, and micro-managers will love the amount of tweaking and fine tuning options you can make to individual lines. Once you get into the right frame of mind, there’s hours upon hours of game time to have, with the campaign map as well as the other ‘skirmish’ maps, so getting your money’s worth isn’t a problem either.
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Overall 8
7.5

Cities in Motion

Strategy Informer
6 October 2011
  • Conclusion: With 100 buildings, twelve scenarios and thirty vehicle types, we’re hoping that the game will be well supported by an active modding community as well as post-release DLC. At the moment actual content is a tad sparse, but at a knockdown price of £14.99, you’re getting a lot for your money. The game, while difficult, is undeniably addictive. If you’ve ever dipped your toe in the city / transport simulation water, then you’ll find yourself right at home.
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Review: Cities in Motion (PC)

Diehard GameFAN
29 September 2011
  • Summary: Cities in Motion is a very nice looking game that provides hours of entertainment for someone that is looking to play a transportation simulator. Unfortunately for me, there were bugs that interrupted my fun. I can see what Colossal Order was trying to accomplish, but unfortunately I don’t think it is there yet. This is a very good effort for a development team their first time out and hopefully they can build upon it.
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Overall 8
7.5
Gameplay 7
7.0
Graphics 9
9.0
Sound 9
9.0

Cities in Motion Review (PC)

Gamers Daily News
8 March 2011
  • Summary: Cities in Motion is interesting and fun and time consuming and mildly frustrating. It’s a class management simulation with a great environment but a somewhat lacking and slow moving progression. All in all a good time, if you find the time to invest in it.
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Overall 8
7.5

Expert Review

GameSpot
2 March 2011
  • Summary: Managing mass transit in a metropolis might not sound like a lot of fun in the real world, but Cities in Motion manages to make a virtual take on this ostensibly grueling task enjoyable. Developer Colossal Order has taken the SimCity theme and stripped out everything but the transit system, placing you in charge of making sure that Joe Commuter can get from home to work and back again.
  • Pros: Detailed and realistic city transit systems, Challenging scenarios that test your knowledge of city traffic patterns, Clean, intuitive interface
  • Cons: Gets repetitive, especially when it comes to laying down transit routes, Could use some more feedback when dealing with customer relations
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Overall 8
7.8

Cities In Motion (PC)

ccgr.org
1 March 2011
  • Excerpt: Many people ride public transportation and few have anything positive to say about it. Some people think fares are too high while others say the buses and metro lines are too crowded. Do you think you can do better? It’s time to put your money where your mouth is with Cities in Motion.
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Overall 8
8.0

Cities in Motion review

allaboutgames.co.uk
2 April 2011
Overall 9
9.0

Cities in Motion review

Gamedot
6 March 2011
  • Conclusion: If Colossal Order can fix these crashes, as well as improve on the god awful mouse control, then in Cities in Motion they have a title that can be a huge success. If you’ve been looking for a title to fill the void left by Sim City, then look no further. Even with the crashes Cities in Motion is a fantastic title filled to the brim with features, and a must have for those of you who are a fan of the genre.
  • Pros: Gripping, addictive and challenging. Career and Scenario mode have hours of game play in them. The best sim management game since Sim City.
  • Cons: Crashes far too often. The music is annoying. Traffic seems to be a bit extreme.
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Overall 8
7.9

Cities in Motion 2

Stopgame
17 April 2013
  • Conclusion: Словосочетание «симулятор управления общественным транспортом» звучит так же ужасающе для простого любителя компьютерных игр, как «симулятор фермерского хозяйства и сельскохозяйственной техники». Новый жанр, созданный энтузиастами специально для ценителей перевозок грузов и пассажиров, благодаря древней и очень качественной стратегии Transport Tycoon Криса Сойера (Chris Sawyer) увлек даже тех, кто никогда не интересовался экономическими стратегиями.
  • Pros: недостатки первой части были исправлены; гигантские карты (8x8 км); динамичное развитие городов; подробная статистика; до мелочей проработанный микроменеджмент; невысокая стоимость игры; большой потенциал для дальнейшего развития и совершенствования.
  • Cons: ужасная графика; визуальные ошибки при строительстве; скудный набор транспортных средств и зданий; недоработанные подземный режим и редактор карт; перегруженный интерфейс.
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Overall 7
6.8
Gameplay 7
6.6
Graphics 8
8.4
Storyline 4
4.2
Replay value 7
7.0
Music 8
8.0

Cities in Motion

bestgamer.ru
4 March 2013
  • Summary: Не подумайте, что озвученным выше катастрофа ограничивается, нет – просто перечисление всех технических недоработок едва ли заинтересует заурядного любителя компьютерных игр, да и текст рецензии от этого нехило так взбухнет. Напоследок только отмечу, что единственное безболезненное решение той первой миссии вот такое: в обязательном порядке берём огромный кредит в банке и, почти игнорируя остальные типы перевозок, сразу строим метро, которое со временем окупается проще...
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