Cities in Motion 2: Back to the Past
Third party DRM: SteamThis game requires a free Steam account to play.
Requires Cities in Motion 2 (base game) to use this DLC
Looking for a vintage feeling? Here have a few vehicles that were in the original game, too! The pack contains two buses, two trams, a waterbus and a trolley bus to spice up your game.
Comet Ambienta (bus) Description:
Comet Ambienta was introduced to the world in 1995 by the successful Swedish manufacturer. Its design was inspired by smooth forms of nature and recent developments in space engineering. From a technical point-of-view, being environmentally compatible was given a high significance - the result is one of the cleanest buses ever produced with very low level of exhaust emissions and especially noise-abating body construction.
Evo Urban (bus) Description:
EvoUrban is especially designed to be used in cities, thus it is an excellent choice for small distances. One of its best qualities is the high reliability that comes from flawless engineering and design.
Bergstrom Light (tram) Description:
The Bergstrom factory is known for vehicles that can handle even harsh environments, and the Bergstrom Light is one of the prime examples. It is also very attractive to customers due to its comfy furnishing and large windows. It is an excellent vehicle for most cities and does well on short distances.
TTS Tramcar (tram) Description:
The TTS Tramcar is of excellent make. It's fairly sturdy and has a nice capacity, so it's all in all a very well balanced vehicle.
Stingray Cityjet (waterbus) Description:
The Stingray Cityjet is a fast short-distance catamaran of Australian origin. Recently announced third generation of these vessels have high fuel efficiency and notably low noise emission. These vessels are aimed for both regular ferry service and sightseeing use, featuring comfortable seating and a service deck.
Ness Light Trolley (trolley) Description:
Ness Light Trolley is a popular choice for cities all around the world. It needs very little maintenance and doesn't consume much electricity, making it the number one choice for all economically concerned transport company owners.
Vintage vehicles are backtzarinakatarina | Sept. 17, 2013 | See all tzarinakatarina's reviews »
The Back to the Past pack allows us to give an old-time look to your games, which is a great choice for people who feel the need of some vintage style or who simply miss some of the vehicles from the original Cities In Motion game. This expansion adds six new vehicles to Cities In Motion 2, but some of them are not really new as they were featured in the previous game already. So what we get is two types of buses (enviroment-friendly Comet Ambienta and reliable Evo Urban), two trams (durable TTS Tramcar and comfortable Bergstrom Light), a waterbus (economical Stingray Cityjet), and a trolley (non-demanding Ness Light Trolley). For a game about public transportation, you cannot go wrong with more vehicles.