Build You Own City on Mobile with Citytopia

Posted by | January 31, 2019 | Mobile, News, Video | No Comments

Atari has announced, and released, a new city building game on mobile, Citytopia. Citytopia is free-to-download and currently available on the App Store for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. The Android release is still listed as Coming Soon.

Citytopia is a SimCity-like city builder, designed as a free-to-play mobile game. It’s structured around random card packs. Cards allow you to build and upgrade buildings, vehicles, and roads to meet your citizens’ needs. Cards come in different rarity levels, with rarer cards offering better goodies, like large skyscrapers or zero-emission vehicles.

Card packs are rewarded freely each day, and can be purchased with in-app micro-transactions. Players can also earn coins through gameplay to purchase more packs.

While building out your metropolis you can take on missions and contracts. Fulfill various needs for buildings, goods, and infrastructure and get rewarded with coins and experience.

Citytopia was developed by Nvizzio Creations. Nvizzio previously released RollerCoaster Tycoon Touch, a well-received free-to-play sim game for mobile (Atari owns the RollerCoaster Tycoon license).

“Ever since we released RollerCoaster Tycoon Touch, we saw how much fans really love the game, so we knew we had to team up with Nvizzio Creations again to develop another mobile builder game,” said Fred Chesnais, CEO, Atari. “Citytopia offers a different building experience that allows players to use their creativity and imagination to create amazing cities.”

Citytopia is rated 4+ on the App Store.

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