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Anno 2070 (PC)

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Genre: Strategy / DVD-ROM for Windows Vista / Windows XP / Release Date: 2011-11-18 / Published by Ubisoft

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      17.04.2012 21:04



      Must buy for anyone who wants to make their own civilisation!

      Each new game of Anno2070 seems to start out fairly slowly for me, as a lack of population seriously restricts what you can build, and because of this its very easy to get into the frustrating scenario where your population isn't rising but you need just a few more people to build something that will let you boost up the population again. However once your used to the constant need to build and expand and do anything for those extra 10 citizens you need to build a burger factory!

      The real joys of the game come when you start to carefully plan your cities to best utilise the resources available, slowly you start setting up scheduled trade routes so that your cities work well as a whole, balancing this kind of supply chain is alot harder than it sounds, and constantly changes as your cities expand.

      Its a constant aim in the game to get your cities as big as possible and sustain them, which is made difficult when a variety of random events constantly mess up your progression, from workers who protest over environmental hazards, or nuclear power plants that explode destroying the surrounding area(very not cool)

      And when you think your cities are running as smoothly as they can with the hand you've been dealt, just sitting back and watching it all tick like clockwork is deeply satisfying, not to mention very beautiful!


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