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Cities in Motion: German Cities Release Trailer

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Uploaded on Sep 14, 2011

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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 the1920's. Manage Cologne and Leipzig through hard times and better days in six challenging scenarios.
 Main Features:
Explore the beautiful German cities of Cologne, and Lepzig
Engage in a campaign with 4 different scenarios
See the new great landmarks in the cities
Build your mass transit empire in the sandbox set from 1970's to 2020
Two great German cities are in need of your help
New Scenarios
Cologne
The Second Best: 1948-1950 Cologne did not make it to the capital of the North Rhine-Wesphalia, so immediate measures have to be taken to ensure the city's popularity and fame.
Creeping Chaos: 1984-1986 The president of public transport in Cologne is in dire need of help. The city is in chaos due to badly run public transport, and you are the only one who can help.
Leipzig
The Culture Capital: 1920-1923 Leipzig is fast becoming one of the center for musical and theater productions. Yong actors and actresses are pouring in from all over Germany and the city population is rapidly increasing. Leipzig doesn't have any public transport at the moment, but that's about to change!
A New System: 1972-1974 Leipzig is facing changes as new citizens arrive en masse and the old public transport system needs a complete makeover.

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