Gérez le transport des banlieusards dans quatre des plus fameuses villes du monde - Vienne, Helsinki, Berlin et Amsterdam
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À propos de ce jeu

4 des plus grandes villes du monde, reproduites avec détail - Vienne, Helsinki, Berlin et Amsterdam - ont besoin de vous pour gérer et développer leurs réseaux de transport dans Cities in Motion.
Suivez l'évolution des besoins des citadins sur 100 ans et gérez les transports urbains (bus, tramways, métro, etc...) pour optimiser les profits tout en répondant aux attentes des usagers.

Caractéristiques

  • Partez à la découverte de 4 villes : Vienne, Helsinki, Berlin et Amsterdam
  • Une campagne comprenant 12 scénarios ainsi qu'un mode bac à sable où il est possible de jouer à toutes les campagnes dans toutes les villes
  • Vivez une fantastique expérience urbaine grâce à des graphismes 3D réalistes avec plus de 100 bâtiments uniques et incroyablement détaillés
  • Utilisez un éditeur de cartes ultra-complet pour créer vos propres villes
  • Traversez 100 ans d’histoire des transports à travers quatre époques, allant de 1920 à 2020
  • Choisissez parmi plus de 30 différents véhicules inspirés d'authentiques modèles : bus, trams, bateau-bus, hélicoptères et métro
  • Simulateur de ville et de trafic en temps réel

Configuration requise

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • Système d'exploitation : Microsoft Windows XP / Vista / 7
    • Processeur : Processeur double cœur de 2 GHz ou supérieur
    • Mémoire vive : 2 Go de RAM
    • Disque dur : 2 Go d'espace disque disponibles
    • Carte graphique : NVIDIA GeForce 8800 / ATI Radeon HD3850 ou supérieure (circuits intégrés ne sont pas supportés), 512 Mo RAM, OpenGL 3.0
    • Système d'exploitation : Mac OS X Snow Leopard 10.6.3 ou ultérieur.
    • Processeur : Double-cœur 2 GHz ou meilleur.
    • Mémoire vive : 2 Go de RAM
    • Disque dur : 2 Go d'espace disque disponible
    • Carte graphique : NVIDIA GeForce 8800 / ATI Radeon HD 3850 ou meilleure, compatible OpenGL 3.0 et comportant 512 Mo de mémoire vidéo
    Minimum:
    • OS:Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
    • Processor:Intel Core Duo Processor (2GHz or better)
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:nVIDIA GeForce 8800, 512 MB RAM or ATI Radeon HD 3850, 512 MB RAM
    • Hard Drive:2 GB HD space
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
    • Additional:GLSL 1.2, OpenGL 2.1. Controller support: 3-button mouse, keyboard and speakers. Internet Connection or LAN for multiplayer
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4NG3R
( 48.2 heures en tout )
Posté le : 22 juin
Oh yeah something different in city builder simulation game <3....
Its little bit hard to earn money here but yeah be patient and everything will be fine
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Audish
( 1.9 heures en tout )
Posté le : 6 juin
It's one thing to build a city, but another thing entirely to manage it. Games like SimCity are high-level simulations that let you build services like trains and bus stops and then forget about them, trusting their operation to whatever imaginary middle-managers you have. Cities in Motion is the game for them, a simulation entirely concerned with developing and managing transit systems. And while that might not sound like the most thrilling thing in the world, it's presented in such a relaxing, charming way that it's hard not to find joy in.

Each scenario in Cities in Motion sets you in a fully-realized 3D city, where every building and landmark is named and given uses to the populace. You run a startup transportation company, charged with arranging bus lines, tram routes, subway tunnels, and more to achieve goals and turn a profit. The first part is pretty simple and fun, as you get regular missions to connect different parts of the city in various ways. This can be anything from running trains from downtown to the suburbs, to building a bus stop for one very lazy fellow's house.

The second part, turning a profit, is where you might get stuck. There are a LOT of factors to consider when drawing a bus line or even just placing a stop. There are seven classes of people to ferry around, including blue-collar workers, tourists, and retirees. They all live in different parts of the city and have different transit needs, so just running lines from apartments to shopping centers might not cut it if those apartments are where students or CEOs live. There are also a mess of vehicles to outfit your routes with, each with different price tags, speeds, safety ratings, appeals, and fuel consumptions. Add to that your control over wages, ticket prices, and advertising, plus a full economic model for the city that can change the business landscape during recessions and crisises, and you may very well have trouble grasping why you're not making any money.

At least the interface won't be what's standing in your way. Cities in Motion has some very helpful information overlays for the city, as well as useful graphs and charts of your company's performance at all levels. Routes are shown in clear paths overlaid on the city, and floating tabs over your stops display all the key information you need to make informed decisions about your service. The 3D models of everything, from the buildings to the busses to the people, are surprisingly detailed and pleasantly animated. The sound design is exactly what you're expecting as well, with pleasing jingles and chimes over a mostly relaxed soundtrack. You'll find plenty of content to keep you busy as well, with loads of campaigns, scenarios, and sandboxes spread across the many cities of the world. It'll take some effort to break into, but Cities in Motion does everything it can to make the steep learning curve a fun one to climb.
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Tzunny
( 2.0 heures en tout )
Posté le : 30 mai
Produit reçu gratuitement
+++
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mofenu
( 1.3 heures en tout )
Posté le : 29 mai
Un peu agé, mais reste le plus interessant de la série, le 2ème opus etait beaucoup moins interessant à mon avis
Mais depuis, les developeurs sont passé à autre chose (cities skylines) et pour le prix mieux vaut les suivre...
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richardruscoe88
( 3.0 heures en tout )
Posté le : 21 mai
never work buying it
waste of time
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DhaVhe
( 41.4 heures en tout )
Posté le : 16 mai
The game has its flaws, but overall this is a very good game except for the name, it should be named Loans in Motion. Go for it if there is a good discount.
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Ace Wolff
( 37.2 heures en tout )
Posté le : 23 avril
A game, you can drift away in designing your own city.
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kael
( 12.3 heures en tout )
Posté le : 20 avril
good
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Axe
( 43.3 heures en tout )
Posté le : 17 avril
Need to make all the things happen better
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Czexit now!
( 11.2 heures en tout )
Posté le : 15 avril
Europe with even more superior transportation and no immigrants

10/10
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It's one thing to build a city, but another thing entirely to manage it. Games like SimCity are high-level simulations that let you build services like trains and bus stops and then forget about them, trusting their operation to whatever imaginary middle-managers you have. Cities in Motion is the game for them, a simulation entirely concerned with developing and managing transit systems. And while that might not sound like the most thrilling thing in the world, it's presented in such a relaxing, charming way that it's hard not to find joy in.

Each scenario in Cities in Motion sets you in a fully-realized 3D city, where every building and landmark is named and given uses to the populace. You run a startup transportation company, charged with arranging bus lines, tram routes, subway tunnels, and more to achieve goals and turn a profit. The first part is pretty simple and fun, as you get regular missions to connect different parts of the city in various ways. This can be anything from running trains from downtown to the suburbs, to building a bus stop for one very lazy fellow's house.

The second part, turning a profit, is where you might get stuck. There are a LOT of factors to consider when drawing a bus line or even just placing a stop. There are seven classes of people to ferry around, including blue-collar workers, tourists, and retirees. They all live in different parts of the city and have different transit needs, so just running lines from apartments to shopping centers might not cut it if those apartments are where students or CEOs live. There are also a mess of vehicles to outfit your routes with, each with different price tags, speeds, safety ratings, appeals, and fuel consumptions. Add to that your control over wages, ticket prices, and advertising, plus a full economic model for the city that can change the business landscape during recessions and crisises, and you may very well have trouble grasping why you're not making any money.

At least the interface won't be what's standing in your way. Cities in Motion has some very helpful information overlays for the city, as well as useful graphs and charts of your company's performance at all levels. Routes are shown in clear paths overlaid on the city, and floating tabs over your stops display all the key information you need to make informed decisions about your service. The 3D models of everything, from the buildings to the busses to the people, are surprisingly detailed and pleasantly animated. The sound design is exactly what you're expecting as well, with pleasing jingles and chimes over a mostly relaxed soundtrack. You'll find plenty of content to keep you busy as well, with loads of campaigns, scenarios, and sandboxes spread across the many cities of the world. It'll take some effort to break into, but Cities in Motion does everything it can to make the steep learning curve a fun one to climb.
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Oh yeah something different in city builder simulation game <3....
Its little bit hard to earn money here but yeah be patient and everything will be fine
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Posté le : 11 septembre 2015
Bon jeu. Les campagnes sont assez longues et assez compliquées à faire. (un conseil pour les scenarri : continuer même apres la fin pour avoir de nouvelles offres et débloquer les succès).

Les graphismes sont bons et le jeu fonctionne bien même avec les grandes cartes sur mon petit ordi.

Par contre, une fois les campagnes terminées on s'ennuie, et il faut payer pour avoir des DLC qui rajoutent peu de durée de vie supplémentaire.
Les stations de metro devraient être améliorées pour pouvoir faire des noeuds avec des lignes qui se croisent.

Je le recommande si vous aimez les jeux de gestion assez compliqués.
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Posté le : 29 mai 2014
Très bon jeu de gestion et de simulation de transport urbain. Un mix de ce jeu : "Cities in Motion" et de sa deuxième version "Cities in Motions 2" serait parfait !
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Posté le : 12 juillet 2014
Très bon jeu de gestion !
Bons graphisme mais je trouve juste que les véhicules ne prennent pas beaucoup de passagers ( 35 personnes pour un bus articulé, c'est vraiment pas beaucoup, les vrais peuvent en accueillir plus de 100 au moins en comptant les places debout bien sùr :-) ) et que les gens arrivent trop vite à l arrêt ( parfois on peut se retrouver avec plus de 150 personnes a attendre un bus même s'ils sont fréquents ! Pour un métro ça peut sembler normal mais pour un bus... ).
Mais a part ces petits défauts, c'est vraiment un très bon jeu pour les personnes qui s'intéresse aux jeux de gestion et de simulation, juste un peu difficile à maîtriser au début...
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Posté le : 20 décembre 2014
un jeu tres bon
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51.7 heures en tout
Posté le : 10 janvier 2014
Raz-le-bol de steam !!!! Je possède ce jeu, et on me demande de l'acheter en ligne !!! Bandes de voleurs !!!
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0.4 heures en tout
Posté le : 19 décembre 2013
c'est chiant y'a rien a faire

this is boring
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Posté le : 23 octobre 2014
If you've ever been annoyed at public transport, here's one for you. See if you can do better.
Cities in motion is a simulator game where you can be the one to work out the public transport of a city. Sounds easy enough, just some bus lines here and there. A tram line on this road here, and everything is connected.
And then you give it a while, and there's 8 busses waiting for that one bus stop with a waiting line of 250 people. Clearly you didn't think that one through. But that's okay, where a normal job as public transport planner would have you fired for that, here you can try again or fix it somehow. So then you can add subway stations, boats, and helicopters, and before you know it you're covering the city and hours passed.

The interface and controls are easy to learn(If a little odd at times), and the game mechanics are easy enough as well. However, mastering the game mechanics and planning out the city public transport is much harder. You'll have to go through several attempts to figure out what goes wrong and how to fix it, and you may want to take a look at the actual public transport system in your city for ideas.
Edit: Also, it has some inaccuracies. Amsterdam does not look anything like that. And you can just build a subway tunnel under the Berlin wall. Replacing old vehicles is a pain too.

As for the technical details, it's surprisingly good. Every citizen appears to be modeled*(*I didn't count them. at least a large enough amount of them to make the cities feel alive), and you can follow them through their morning commute, shopping trips, and visits to others. And this is all supported by the game mechanics, you can set a citizen as interesting person, and the game will show you a portrait of him where he goes. (Warning: Long) In my latest case, I looked at a factory in Vienna, and found a red car driving from the top of a parking garage(Mentally following it through the roof as it drove down) next to it down to the ground floor and onto the streets. So I asked, why is this person not using the public transport system to work and back? Wilhelm Klein, factory supervisor - Drives by car from his home, connected to the public transport, to work, also connected to the public transport system. He then went shopping at a big department store, which too was connected by public transport.
After that, he went to a church far outside of Vienna, in a smaller village where I did not yet expand to. He then returned home.

I didn't have the money, but I figured I'd have to connect that place somehow when I did get money. So I went on to look around town, just watching people board the bus and go around. After a while, Wilhelm was moving again. Another day at work. This time, he wandered to the tram stop down the street and was quickly picked up by one of the passing trams. He then got out at a connection to the subway, but instead took the bus at that same subway station, and rode it all the way down to work.
A while after, he boarded the bus again and I watched him go back to the tram station for what I assumed to be the way home. But not this time. This time he went into the subway, so I look at his info screen and see his destination is a ministry building near the town center and then back home with a direct tram line. I connect the extra village with a busline, and I speed up time a bit.

When I check back on Wilhelm, he has a new job. He is hired as secretary in the ministry building he went to way back then. Perhaps he couldn't handle his supervisor job at the factory, or perhaps he never really wanted it in the first place.
But either way, Wilhelm is happy now, and he can go with a direct tram line from his home to his work, and from there, anywhere in Vienna he wants.

Mission succesfull, the citizens of Vienna can stay in motion
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Posté le : 3 décembre 2013
I spent many MANY hours playing Transport Tycoon, OpenTTD, and both Aerobiz games for the SNES, and this falls into the same vein of transport business simulation. Thankfully, it also lives up to that standard of excellence. It's very easy to grasp some of the core concepts, but it is definitely more difficult to master the game. If you're into business simulations, this is absolutely worth playing.
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