The new city building game from the makers of Rollercoaster Tycoon® Touch™! Design, build and grow your town into the most extraordinary Citytopia®.
Build your very own AMAZING City: Discover and place houses, skyscrapers, landmarks, factories, beautiful parks and more. Place buildings strategically - each one develops your skyline, attracts more citizens and helps grow your economy.
A HUGE Playground: Progressively unlock all the neighbourhoods, buy more real estate, and expand your city from a humble hamlet into a sprawling Citytopia. Satisfy your citizens, who aren’t shy in expressing their thoughts about the town.
Take on CHALLENGING Missions: Complete a constantly-changing set of missions to level up faster. Stock your fleet of trucks and buses to go on transportation quests to earn great boosts in progression.
Collect a WIDE COLLECTION of Cards: Open free packs every day to find new buildings, decorations, vehicles and more. Find cards to unlock new creations and upgrade them to boost existing infrastructure. Discover rare and epic cards with outstanding stats like towering skyscrapers and stunning attractions.
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Best city builder game IMO
Easy to play, don’t need to spend actual cash to get in game “cash” I’ve actually made it to level 4 daily sign in and my city has been holding up pretty well. Usually any other ‘city building’ game I play I end up getting tired of it by the second week and forget I have it on my phone, but for some reason this game actually has been playing it every day for more than 30 minutes sometimes. I love how you don’t need to spend actual money like I said, but you can earn the in game cash through your attractions and what not. Pretty nice system, seeing as you can use that in game cash to get extra cards or cash. Overall 10/10 to me
A SimCity Build It Veteran’s perspective
5+ year’s playing EA’s SimCity Build It, now I’m obsessed with Citytopia. The visuals and details are a lot better on Citytopia, but two day’s into it, it has become obvious that these two games have different focuses, where SimCity focus on building, Citytopia focuses on how a city functions internationally. But that’s fine, I love both. The issue with Citytopia is that: 1, the visual effects, especially the ones when you upgrade, when you get new cards are just too much, it has become a huge issue for the fluidity of the game because you are constantly interrupted and distracted by these visual effects. 2, the fact that all roads are ore-built is really bothering those like me who like to design the city landscape in their own way. 3, whenever you go back to the game, you’d have to collect all the money bags hovering on nearly all of the buildings, I don’t mind the work l but it blocks the view of the city, note that being able to give your city a nice bird view is one of the biggest reasons why people play city buildings games. I would like to spend more time and money on this game if I see these issues being dealt with.
Interesting games play but so frustrating to start
I start and in playing for about 10 minutes I got about a minute of actual gameplay (not an exaggeration), and that was skipping a good chunk of the ”unlocking” scenes which normally take half a minute at the very least if you’re getting more then one item. This game does more than hold your hand, it does everything short of actually forcing your fingers through a horribly annoying tutorial. If they had an option to turn off said tutorial or automatically skip the flashy scenes when you open the card packets and level up it wouldn’t be bad but when I just started, forced through a several minute long tutorial, level twice within two minutes and force through ANOTHER tutorial where I am again forced to do things? Well, you as see the resulting frustration here.
The reason I’m even considering continuing is that the city build appears to be better than sims city and the aforementioned annoying animations and tutorial *shouldn’t* be a problem as you continue to play.
- Atari, Interactive
- 1.5 GB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Dutch, French, German, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
- Age Rating
- © 2018 Atari Interactive, Inc
- In-App Purchases
- Starter Pack $4.99
- Card Pack 03 $1.99
- Coin Pack 04 $4.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.