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Fans of this SimCity franchise were thrilled when sin city deluxe came to the iPhone even if it does cost five bucks.
We city as a similar game and free to download.
Let's see how they compare.
In SimCity deluxe you are the mayor he can build your city -- the -- up or choose a scenario.
To get things going is zoned residential commercial and industrial areas build roads and make sure your sins have enough water and electricity.
As -- city grows you'll receive updates from advisers like -- can consult them any time it's up to you to reject or take your advice.
Decisions you make determine how value city does your popularity as a mayor.
Unfortunately too many buttons are crammed onto the small screen which makes us think sin city deluxe makes more sense on the -- had.
Also the graphics are just okay and they lose points for not updating for the iPhone -- read the display.
If you can overlook these things it's the same game we know -- -- secure -- splurge but for five bucks we say hold out for and I had version.
These cities are simpler version and adds -- farm bill twisted game play.
As the mayor you make choices that you have a lot less land to work with and less control.
Instead of advisors you have objectives build factories generate income and jobs for citizens so they can pay you rent.
Like farm bill factories can take hours even days to produce.
He -- -- -- to speed things up however supplies are limited.
At this point we city feeds off -- -- in patients and offers the option to purchase more snaps from five to 100 bucks furiously.
Game also throws his social networking into the mix -- -- you to share your progress and connect with friends cities while the graphics may be better.
It's no substitute for the original sin city and only gets fun if you open your wallet.
Should die hard fans check out SimCity deluxe but we're still waiting for the iPad version.
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