Windows 8, 10 City Building Game ‘2020: My Country’ Released
City building games have been very popular on Android and iOS platforms and this is true for Windows 8 tablet owners, as well. So, if you were looking for an interesting Windows 8 city building game to play, read below more details about 2020: My Country that just got launched.
You have probably heard about the popular city-building strategy game My Country, with more than 17 million players around the world. Now, Game Insight, the developer of the game, has released the 2020: My Country city building game, the follow-up to My Country. If you have played and got bored with My Country, you will find the new release much welcomed.
One of the best Windows 8 city building games gets a sequel
2020: My Country is the follow-up to the smash-hit, city-building strategy game My Country, which has more than 17 million players around the world. In this new game, you build and manage a futuristic metropolis from a chain of island cities in a deeper, more-engrossing sequel that expands on everything that made the original game great!
The follow-up will let you create a big metropolis from multiple island cities while offering gorgeous graphics and highly detailed animations. The action takes place in the future and your citizens use flying cars to get around. Inside the game, you will be able to customize each of your buildings with thousands of features. However, disasters like earthquakes, floods, and even alien invasions can stop you from growing your urban empire. Here are the main features of the game:
- Deep city-building gameplay
- Hundreds of challenging and funny quests
- Multiple disaster events, epidemics, alien invasions, and natural disasters
- Futuristic vehicles and architecture
- More than 100,000 ways to customize each building
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