EnerCities

EnerCities

Summary

Develop your own city. Build houses, parks, business establishments and energy sources. Just make sure that you take care of the environment in the process.

Reviews

Reviewer: Cherie G.      Title: Enercities

 

Build your own empire in this challenging and inspiring management game. Enercities is a game with a good cause - a cause that will open your eyes to the realities of industrialization.

 

The game allows you to build houses, parks, recreational establishments, and corporate buildings. It also gives you the chance to build sources of energy. The biggest challenge of the game is you need to balance out your population, budget, and (most importantly) the effects of all the building and developing to the environment.

 

 

I love the challenge of this game. Usually, a city-building kind of game entices you to build more to earn more income and gain lots of upgrades for (let's say) residential and commercial buildings. Don't get me wrong, those games were entertaining and challenging, too. But what Enercities did best was to incorporate the challenge of keeping Mother Nature well and healthy despite all the building and developing going on in your city. We seldom take that into consideration even in real life and it's a breath of fresh air to see that in a game.

 

I give this game 4 out of 5. It does not only entertain the players but allows them to bring home a great environmental lesson as well.

 

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