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Cities In Motion: Ulm Released
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story

Paradox Interactive recently released the Ulm expansion for its mass public transportation simulator, Cities in Motion. The new add-on introduces the German city of Ulm to the game, a small city requiring careful planning and slow expansion.

Ulm is a quaint, idyllic German city best known as the birthplace of physicist Albert Einstein. Despite its small size, Ulm requires the updated and encompassing transportation network itsí citizens deserve. In this condensed environment, careful planning and slow expansion are the keys to success.

Are you up to the challenge?

The Ulm expansion includes a new city with an additional scenario and a unique landmark from this fascinatingly iconic German landscape.

Features:

  • Ulm is the next city as chosen by our fans!
  • Explore Ulm as you have never seen it before
  • Sandbox mode allows players to build a custom mass transit empire from 1970ís to 2030
  • Experience a real-time city and traffic simulator as each location's bustling population commutes between their homes, jobs, and leisure sites
  • Feel the new mood of the visuals and music
Cities in Motion: Ulm is available now for $1.99 (USD).

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Diablo III Monk Showcased, Beta Drawing To A Close
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story

Blizzard Entertainment has announced the release of a new video and other details for fans eagerly awaiting its action RPG sequel, Diablo III. The new footage features the Monk class, and is part of an information roll out focusing on the five heroes players may choose in the game.

Also a sign that the game is nearing release, Blizzard has announced that the beta testing phase will end on May 1.

In preparation for the launch of Diablo III on Tuesday, May 15, the beta servers will be brought offline on Tuesday, May 1. At that time, all beta accounts and character information will be reset. Leading up to Diablo's May 15 launch date, players will only be able to create comments and forum posts on the official Diablo III community site if they have pre-purchased Diablo III or have a StarCraft II or an active World of Warcraft game license attached to their Battle.net account. In the meantime, we encourage everyone to stay tuned to this website for exciting news and updates regarding the upcoming release.
Check out the links below for more information.

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Krater Previewed
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story

Strategy Informer has posted a new preview of Fatshark's upcoming post apocalyptic action RPG. The top down RPG takes place inside a giant impact crater where the inhabitants live on in the aftermath of a bomb. Krater will feature crafting, exploration, and consequence. One example of such consequence is the possibility that characters may suffer permanent injuries and death.

In terms of pure mechanics it plays out in a similar fashion as you might expect, with mouse clicks governing your attack targets and six hotkeys representing each of the two special skills available to individual party members. Your protagonists can be individually placed or moved as a group, and they take up roles based on one of four classes (loosely conforming to a tank, healer or DPS-type), which lend the action a nice MMO/RTS slant. The AI does a fairly good job of keeping your party members acting according to their individual class, but it quickly becomes apparent that micro-management produces the best results, and especially when it comes to healing.

If your tank gets injured in battle and isnít patched up in time, he may well find himself permanently crocked, with no option to fix the damage. You can choose to replace your party members with recruits from around town, but thatíll cost you hard-earned rewards, and itíll mean that you sacrifice all of the stat boosts and upgrades that youíve already invested in that character. There are no re-rolls here, and outside of equipment, your choices are permanent.

Read more at the page below.

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IMG Reviews Civilization V: Explorer's Map Pack
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Inside Mac Games has posted a new review of Sid Meier's Civilization V: Explorer's Map Pack, one of several DLC options available to fans of the strategy title. The map pack adds ten new single player maps to the game, including five based on real world locations, and five with a unique gameplay theme.

Here's an excerpt:

In addition to the various new country maps, there is also the Bering Strait to play on as well. If you are fascinated by the Cold War then you can recreate the tension with two rival civilizations in the arms race. Playing on these crucial real world battlegrounds adds a lot to the gaming experience. I also felt like I was learning a bit from this map in particular. The terrain provided, and the geographical layout of these areas, reinforced in my mind why the battle was so important. A surprising bit of education in Civilization for a change.
Head over to the page below for the full review.

IMG Review: Civ V - Explorer's Map Pack
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Mac Games News for Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Here Comes Launchman Mac Alpha Demo Available6:00 AM
Rochard Comes To Macgamestore6:00 AM
Sequel Planned For Nuclear Dawn6:00 AM
Telepath Tactics Announced6:00 AM
 
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