Citystate II goes back to the origins of what made city builders such as SimCity 4 captivating and demanding by offering realistic urban simulation systems centered on civic and economic matters
Special attention was given to freedom of play, this is an old-school sandbox game with no limitations nor goals. And you can play with or without politics.
This game contains economic slang, a bunch of statistics and depicts political ideologies in an arbitrary and subjective way. Citystate II is intended for mature audiences.
- - More than 220 unique buildings (including real-scale skyscrapers), 8 road types, railways and subways.
- - Power and water management. Schools, hospitals, fire and police stations.
- - Large city maps (320x320 tiles), with up to 64 buildable cities per Nation.
- - Flag creator and mod-ready maps.
- - Unemployment, income distribution and social ladder.
- - Money printing, inflation rate and corruption.
- - Immigration policies, to precisely control the speed of the population’s growth.
- - 51 policies offering a total of 204 distinct options to choose from representing all sides of the political spectrum.
- - Policy creator, to edit and enact custom laws.
- - Religion, birth rates and political affiliations.
- - Riots, fires, plane crashes, organized crime.
- - Slums and urban decay.
- - Bankruptcy.
“A simulation is a set of assumptions, so there is bias in any simulation.” Will Wright.