London; the smoky, foggy city on the river Thames. Its 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?
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.
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. Paris many narrow streets and unique topography will put your urban-planning skills to test!
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?
US Cities, new content for Cities in Motion, is now available on Steam for both Mac and PC!
This expansion brings you two new cities, San Francisco and New York. New vehicle types and large populations set in beautiful metropolises will keep your creativity flowing! Try the trolley buses in New York or build a cable car network in sunny San Francisco, but remember to keep your passengers happy!
To celebrate the Paradox event, Cities in Motion has received a free update to include Munich as a selectable city. You'll also want to checkout the just released German Cities DLC which adds two more cities, Cologne and Leipzig, into the mix.
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