Extra items pack (dog park, bouncy castle, basketball court, carousel, botanical garden).
The top 3 reasons to play Cities: Skylines Complete Edition PC
A single-player, open-ended city building simulation game.
Develop your land by adding infrastructure – roads, utilities and designated zones, including residential, commercial and industrial.
Focuses on effective transportation links within cities.
About Cities: Skylines Complete Edition PC
Cities Skylines Complete Edition for PC is a single-player, open-ended city building simulation game, in which the player can work linearly, achieving story-arc type goals or they can play sand-box style, setting and working towards their own objectives. The game is a loose follow-on from Cities in Motion which had an especial focus on effective transportation links within cities.
Includes 4 items: Cities Skylines, After Dark DLC, Snowfall DLC and Extra items pack (dog park, bouncy castle, basketball court, carousel, botanical garden).
Play begins with the player in possession of a single plot of land, a certain amount of money in the bank and an interchange exit from the nearby highway. The player ‘develops’ their land by adding infrastructure – roads, utilities and designated zones, including residential, commercial and industrial. This encourages people to move in, acquire houses and jobs and basically begin to live out their lives.
Growth is measured by the population and at certain milestones, certain civic features are unlocked from the ability to divide your city into districts bound by by-laws and restrictions to installing schools, police and fire stations, as well as hospitals – and even introducing taxation to pay for it all.
Be careful how you lay out your city as quite unusual and diverse facts will impact on other areas of the city’s management. For example: commercial stores do better when their clientele is more educated, which in turn allows for more employees and a higher rate of tax being paid to the city, which comes with its own advantages and disadvantages.
As might be expected of a game whose immediate predecessor was rooted in a transport system, it will come as no surprise to find out that this game has a relatively high emphasis on the same. This is not overdone though, and in fact, modern cities do have strong reliance on transport links and logistics of getting goods in and out of the city to keep the economy healthy and growing.
The road system is a delight: you are not restricted to grid formations (although you can use these if you like), instead roads can meander and curve, and the construction layout for buildings and so on, fit nicely into these organic shapes and curves, creating an attractive looking city if you pay attention to your road design right from the beginning.