The franchise is also now available for Linux.
Paradox Interactive’s Cities in Motions 2 has received a new expansion, Marvellous Monorails, to add some new monorail transport vehicles to the city planning simulation. You can also add new elevated rails for the five monorails, thus giving your city a new look. This also marks the release of the franchise for Linux, with the whole franchise now available for the platform.
Fredrik Wester, CEO of Paradox Interactive stated that, “We believe in Linux as a platform for the future of gaming. Gamers who currently use Linux are a smart and demanding bunch, and they expect versatility and an experience that fits their personal preferences, which makes our games a great fit. We’re bringing Cities in Motion to Linux because we believe it’s just the type of game that Linux users will enjoy.”
Best suited to circular layouts and offering a choice between speed and size, Marvellous Monorails promises to revamp public transportation within Cities in Motion 2. What are your thoughts on it? Let us know below.