The title is a city-builder, but rather than being a straight copy and paste of other Facebook city simulators, like Social City, for instance, this one places more of a focus on moving your population into buildings of your choice.
New citizens will arrive at the bus stop (the amount of people is limited everyday, so as to not overrun your town), and they can only be added to your town after you build homes for them (numerous varieties are available) and tell them to move in. You’ll collect deposits and rent from your new citizens, with deposits being earned as soon as they move in, and rent being collected everyday.
Your citizens will need places to work, so you’ll build businesses ranging from food stores and shopping districts to gas stations and hospitals. While most levels simply ask you to increase your population to level up, as you first begin building your town, the game will require that you build certain basic items, like a post office in order to continuing leveling up. In this way, your town will always contain the most absolutely necessary items, without you having to think about it.
As you level up, you’ll unlock new items, like new homes, stores or even decorations, and to earn more money, you can put these stores and even factories to work, producing various items that fit the theme of the item in question (coffee shops can produce coffee filters, for instance, while the gas station obviously can produce gasoline).
If you’re looking for a city-builder that offers more customization features than most, make sure to head over to the game’s page on Facebook and jump right in. Before you go, though, be sure to check out our Frisky Hands-On below, to see just how to get started in the game.