G5E brings Virtual City franchise to iPhone and iPad on iTunes App Store soon

10 Apr


By popular demand, G5 Entertainment is bringing its successful Virtual City franchise to iPhone and iPad. Virtual City is a city simulator that best resembles games such as Sim City and Transport Tycoon w.o. the complexity of the aforementioned games. There are single session missions as well as deeply engaging long term campaigns across an extensive sandbox environment.



In Virtual City, players build and develop the city of their dreams, whether suburban utopia or bustling metropolis. Virtual City players begin by choosing from dozens of residential homes and industrial buildings, and the possibilities from there are limitless. As their cities grow, players can produce and transport goods, create mass-transit systems, and entertain their city’s residents with parks, cinemas, stadiums and events. In order to keep the city safe and its citizens happy and healthy, basic services like health care, public safety, waste collection and recycling must be planned and administered.




Virtual City combines a robust city-building simulation with intuitive, easy to understand controls. First-time players will have no trouble learning how to play, while more experienced gamers will find enough depth and variation to keep them enthralled for hours. Trade with neighboring cities and accomplish the construction of landmark buildings like Marina, Train Depot, and Spaceship Launch Pad. Help troubled cities get back to prosperity, deal with economic downturn, population crisis, and consequences of natural disasters. Achieve balance between key parameters of your success: Time, Income, Environment, Population, and Happiness.




Play over 50 challenging levels, and unleash your inner mayor in Free Play mode on 5 large sand box maps.
The iPhone game will be available in May. iPad version will follow shortly.

Check out the video to see the first impressions of the gameplay. Although the video is for the PC version, the iPhone version will work the same.


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