Developer: Nano Games
Publisher: astragon Entertainment
In the absence of a tutorial, adequate live tips, or indeed any indication whatsoever of the correct way to go about these menial and repetitive tasks, all that remained was to stop the lorry next to the bin and jab sequentially at each key on the keyboard in the forlorn hope that one of them might do something productive.
If this game were released in 2001, it would probably be hailed as one of the above-average games of the time period. By today's standards, it's a bit of a mess; no soundtrack, no physics, players are pigeonholed into playing a certain way, and things are just unpolished overall. That aside, it's clear the team at Nano Games has originality and some good ideas, and where the game does work, it works well; in particular, the management features and driving mechanics. It has a severe lack of polish and freedom, however, which, on the whole, makes it feel less like playing a game and more like doing work, but it'll be interesting to see what things this team can come up with and implement (hopefully better) in the future.
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CITYCONOMY: Service for your City - Release Trailer EN