Are you looking for a game that has city building, deck building, and some puzzle/thinking aspects involved? If so you need to take a look at Concrete Jungle from ColePowered Games.

Now this game is fun but will take a little bit of time to “get” but once you get going, you will want to see how far you can go.

So what is it? From the developer: “You have a deck of selected cards which you can use to place buildings. Each building will affect it’s surroundings in different ways. The aim of the game is to clear city blocks by gathering the required number of points from your residents, giving more room to build. As the city grows, bigger and better new buildings can be added to your deck.

As you get opportunities to hone and refine your deck, residents will demand more from you. You’ll find yourself inadvertently creating zoning puzzles- playing against your own past planning decisions.”

Key Features:

– Over 200 cards available
– 8 Playable characters each with their own skill trees, unique cards and play style
– Competitive city planning featuring AI in ‘Versus’ mode
– Local competitive/co-op multiplayer for up to 4 players or AI
– Achievements & leaderboards
– Available for both Android and iOS

My recommendation is to start at Hollyville, the first area within Caribou City (the Campaign Area) – this is the tutorial. Laney will go over the cards, how the cards interact, how to place them, and the game’s objectives. The game has a lot to it, which is fantastic. You will need to keep track of a number of items such as the target points for each lane, the economy bar,  your lives,  card placement and its adjacent effects, your trophies, etc.

I appreciate a game such as Concrete Jungle. It is obvious that the developer put a lot into the game and with all of the various ways you can play alone or against others, it is worth the price of admission. The tutorial is well done and the graphics and game layout are excellent.

I have no problem recommending this game. It is an enjoyable puzzle/city building game that will keep you entertained.   (It is also on Steam too)

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Are you looking for a game that has city building, deck building, and some puzzle/thinking aspects involved? If so you need to take a look at Concrete Jungle from ColePowered Games. Now this game is fun but will take a little bit of time to “get” but once you get going, you will want to see how far you can go. So what is it? From the developer: “You have a deck of selected cards which you can use to place buildings. Each building will affect it’s surroundings in different ways. The aim of the game is to clear city blocks by gathering the required number of points from your residents, giving more room to build. As the city grows, bigger and better new buildings can be added to your deck. As you get opportunities to hone and refine your deck, residents will demand more from you. You’ll find yourself inadvertently creating zoning puzzles- playing against your own past planning decisions.” Key Features: – Over 200 cards available – 8…

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A great city building game with deck building thrown in.

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Larry Sullivan

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