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Downloadable Content for
Cities in Motion
Released Feb 5, 2013
One of each of vehicle type, but with a twist! Instead of helicopter take a pleasant ride in a hot air balloon, or perhaps a tram that's been built like a boat to sail the city streets. These innovative vehicles will add a whole new level to the game and keep your company afloat with their high attractiveness.
Released Jul 26, 2012
The great Window to the West, St. Petersburg, offers many new challenges. The traditional trolley buses offer a new mode of transport and give the city its unique athmosphere. A new campaign consisting of three scenarios highlights key points in St. Petersburg's history while presenting the player with interesting and challenging tasks.
Released May 15, 2012
Welcome to Paris, the City of Lights! With its many iconic landmarks, cultural centers and Old Europe architecture, Paris draws more visitors than any other city in the world. Along with its population of over 12 million people, Paris requires a vast and efficient transportation network capable of serving one of Europe’s largest urban environments.
Released Apr 12, 2012
Ulm is a quaint, idyllic German city best known as the birthplace of physicist Albert Einstein. Despite its’ small size, Ulm requires the updated and encompassing transportation network its’ citizens deserve. In this condensed environment, careful planning and slow expansion are the keys to success. Are you up to the challenge?
Released Feb 29, 2012
Rendered in rich detail some of the world’s favorite cities await the steady hand of a planner to manage their transportation needs in Cities in Motion. Overseeing the changing needs of people from 1920 to 2020, it’s up to you to manage everything from buses, trams and subway trains to maximize profits while pleasing commuters.
Released Jan 17, 2012
Cities in Motion: US Cities is an expansion for city-based mass transportation PC-simulation game Cities in Motion. This expansion brings you two cities on a new continent with new challenges in both sandbox and campaign modes. New vehicle types and large populations set in beautiful metropolises will keep your creativity flowing!
Released Sep 14, 2011
Cities in Motion: German Cities is a new addition to the city-based mass transportation PC-simulation game Cities in Motion. German Cities brings you back to the early days of transportation history. Engage in the campaign with four different scenario set in ten decades starting from the 1920’s.
Released Jul 22, 2011
Some of the world’s favorite cities, rendered in rich detail, await a planner to manage and organize their transportation needs. Overseeing the changing needs of people from 1920 to 2020, it’s up to you to manage everything from buses, trams and subway trains to maximize profits while pleasing commuters.
Released May 20, 2011
Design Marvels adds five brand new transit options to Cities in Motion. Increase speed, efficiency and capacity with these vehicles: Dino Vettore - The flagship of a vehicle North Italian company, Vettore is one of the largest buses ever produced. It provides two floors of comfortable seating with stairs in the front and rear.
Released Apr 5, 2011
Design Classics adds five brand new vehicles to Cities in Motion. Expand the cities transit capabilities while providing your citizens with new and exciting comute options. Jubilee Blim: The Jubilee Blim is the iconic minibus of the early 60's. It is compact, cozy and has a unique silhouette.
Released Nov 20, 2012
London; the smoky, foggy city on the river Thames. It’s narrow streets and bridges pose a series of new challenges for public transportation. Citizens travel to the city center for work every day and return home in the evening. This creates a high demand for working lines and many different types of vehicles. Are you up for the challenge?