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Released in 2006 by Deep Red Games this game brings forth to the players a city-building gameplay with the main objective to develop the city of New York, specifically the island of Manhattan. You have to possibility to bring on their foundations, important landmarks such as Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, the Statue of Liberty, Rockefeller Center and the United Nations Headquarters. The gameplay consists of two modes. The first mode is to build New York, the campaign mode, within which the players build New York City, district by district starting with Greenwich Village. The challenge in playing this game sits within competing with rival businesses that unlock other districts for development on overcoming these difficulties. The second mode is the Sandbox mode, basically the free building form of the game within which the players have control over the entire island and the starting odds can be custom-controlled. In spite of the chosen mode, the gameplay starts with an empty district which must be developed with different types of buildings (residential, commercial or recreational). Funds can be raised through good promoting using decorations and accessories (flowers, extra seating, signs, air conditioners or water towers). Landmarks can only be built once earned landmark bonds. Streets are of fixed position and are out of the player's control. The World Trade Center landmark is not available, and it is replaced by the Memorial Park, where the towers should be. Districts found in the game are: Central Park, Chelsea, Chinatown, East Village, Financial District, Garment District, Greenwich Village, Harlem, Liberty Island, Little Italy, Lower East Side, Midtown, Soho, TriBeCa, Upper East Side and Upper West Side. Overall, this game might be a great way to learn the infrastructure of New York and might also be a challenge in business logic.
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