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.
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: This game is great for any fan of tycoon style games. You must build a transport system for your city, whilst doing so you must make sure not to make routes too small or too big. You also need to remember not to overlap too many routes otherwise congestion will form and cause delays.
Summary: After playing CIM 1, there was something pretty obvious with the game. It was simply too easy of a game, yet it was still an addictive game because it had a very easy learning curve. In CIM 2, they have added a lot more complexity which kind of held me back from enjoying the game at first.
Summary: Believe it or not, it's a pretty fun game! However it's pretty easy to beat. I've actually made a line that went around the block with only two stops. That's right, it went around a department store, and a single 30 seater bus couldn't handle the load. LOL.