Download CityConomy: Service for Your City PC Game 2015

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Size to download: 1.16 GB. Version: v 1.0.180

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Memory: 4 GB
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo or Athlon 64 x2
Storage: 3.5 GB
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 4xx or AMD Radeon HD 57xx
OS: 7, 8, 10 (64-bit)
Year: 2015
Developer: Nano Games Sp. z O.O.
Version: v 1.0.180

CityConomy: Service for Your City - Municipal Services Employee simulator. It is actively followed by life in a big city and do everything possible so that the townspeople live in cleanliness and comfort. It is required to remove the garbage on the streets, engage in cleaning the drain pipes, cut the lawns and bounce the word transport.

Total to settle more than 15 types of municipal vehicles. Megapolis is divided into several districts: industrial, business center, residential neighborhoods and flowering park. If residents satisfy the work of public utilities, it will lead to the opening of new vehicles, various improvements and more interesting tasks. The work is true: as a container with garbage is filled, you need to go to the incinerator, or go to the plastic processing factory and T.D. The garbage is divided by classification. All transport CityConomy: Service for Your City has a fuel reserve, so on the way you need to not forget to go to refuel. The machine stalled along the way? Well, tractor to help and straight road to workshop.

The game has a dynamic weather change, day and night. In addition to major missions, there are many third-party activity. The licensed MAN brand equipment is also presented with the current transport series, like TGL and TGM. If the main campaign is not enough, then welcome to network games. Multiplayer allows you to collect up to 5 people to bring the city in order. And who will say that the public utilities are not heroes who clean the streets of the city from garbage?

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