Cities in Motion: Design Quirks
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One of each of vehicle type, but with a twist! Instead of helicopter take a pleasant ride in a hot air balloon, or perhaps a tram that's been built like a boat to sail the city streets. These innovative vehicles will add a whole new level to the game and keep your company afloat with their high attractiveness.
Hot air balloon:
The balloon is an exciting way to get around the city. The sights are fabulous and the going is slow so the passengers have plenty of time to enjoy them. There are no complicated mechanical parts, so the balloon is reliable and doesn't need much maintenance
The extraordinary Amphibus is a great invention. Looks like a bus, but glides on water elegantly! It carries a decent amount of passengers and moves speedily on water. It offers superb travelling with cushioned seats
The Caterpillar is an unique vehicle. It's a powerful metro train, and looks like a funky caterpillar! It has plenty of room and while the engine isn't top notch, it doesn't consume much fuel, making it a very efficient vehicle
This fancy tram was designed to be used in parades, but since it was very popular, more were produced. Cleverly disguised as a boat, this tram actually has lots of seats and a decent engine hidden inside
The sight-seeing bus is built to look like a small train. While bringing joy to people by adding a cheerful touch to the cityscape, and also has a very low energy consumption. It's well-rounded vehicle, and very nice looking
Up, up, and away...TimothyD | July 29, 2013 | See all TimothyD's reviews »
Do you like adding a little zest to the cityscape? Well, this DLC is the Julia Child of Cities in Motion. These odd new vehicles will add all sorts of spunk to your sprawling transit network systems. The price is cheap for what you get, the five items listed, and all of them are well animated and work perfectly with the game - there are no plugin issues here. All-in-all, it is a great addition to any Cities in Motion gamer's collection.