Publisher Paradox Interactive and Valve announce that they are offering Cities in Motion, the transportation minded management video game, for the low price of 4.99 dollars or Euro, which is a 75 percent price cut.
The sale comes just as the game receives London, a new downloadable content pack that aims to simulate the difficulties of creating a complex transport network in the capital of England.
The official description says: “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.”
At the moment the development team that created the game is working on a sequel, called Cities in Motion 2.