Summary: I have played Cities in Motion for over 300 hours. Having purchased any manner of transport sims, I can honestly say nothing up to, and nothing since Cities in Motion has ever come close to delivering such a satisfying transportation planning experience. Now, understand that this is more of a niche game than Sim City. If you only enjoy mainstream simulation games like SC4 or the Sims, then you are probably not going to enjoy Cities in Motion, plain and simple.
Fun Game that is Worth it under $10, not so much for $20
30 March 2014
Summary: Here's the deal. At $20 or more this game is simply not worth it. Sorry, it's true. On the other hand, if you pay $3.99 like I did on a sale day, it is an amazing value! This is NOT a building game. This is not Simcity. You can only build transportation related stuff. No buildings, no anything else.
Summary: Having played the first Cities in Motion I was excited to get this at a great price. Oh well we live and learn, the interface is confusing, controls are confusing and apart from really cool graphics, I would stick to playing the first and leave this one alone.
Summary: I really liked the, well, five or so minutes of this game at a time that I got to play. I have a PC that is well above the recommended hardware, but every five minutes or so (it seems random) the game would crash to the desktop. Apparently this is a well known problem that people have been complaining about for 8 or 9 months on forums with no official fix given by the developers.