Cities In Motion Demo is a strategy sim computer program that gives the user the chance to run a mass public transport systems. First-time users are provided with a tutorial that has an extensive coverage.
Cities In Motion Demo starts with a city—either Amsterdam, Berlin, Helsinki, or Vienna—that is full of cars. The main challenge is to clear up the congestion with the smart use of subways, buses, trams, helicopters, and water taxis, as applicable.
There are many things that need to be accomplished and details that require attention, including creating bus lines, establishing tram stops and subway stations, and procuring vehicles, of course. There are additional considerations, such as determining the origins and destinations of the city population. In Cities In Motion Demo, the success or failure of one’s efforts is determined as soon as the city population starts using the transportation system.
This is an engaging sim that offers its users a rewarding experience in the end. A city that has an efficient transportation system is the reward that awaits successful sim users. Nevertheless, the population’s needs must be met and their lack of satisfaction may be expressed by an angry mob waiting for buses that are not on time. The level of difficulty of this public transport sim can be adjusted based on user preference.