Silicon City launches the classic city builder game on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Thanks to those creative minds behind developer Polycorne. Available now on Steam and itch with 80% Positive reviews.
So, Silicon City launches after being in Early Access for the past 2 years, but now it’s the real deal.
Now, let’s dive into what Silicon City is all about. Imagine that you’re the boss of a brand new city. Kind of like the mayor, except that you have a bit more power. You can run this place either following a storyline or just do your own thing in a sandbox style. You’ve got a ton of options and details at your fingertips to help your city prosper and grow.
Think about it like this: in Silicon City you need to care of things like money (that’s economy), power (that’s energy), jobs (employment), and even where people live (residential neighborhoods). This also includes where services like schools and hospitals are (service areas). On top of all that, you’re also in charge of all the municipal stuff, like roads, bridges, and buildings.
Silicon City Official Trailer
Making your city look great is a big part of your job, and that’s also how you get more people to move in. But here’s the catch – it’s not just about building; Linux players will need to keep these folks happy. Since every single person in your city is unique and they have their own needs and opinions.
You’ll have to be on your toes if you want to stay the boss. You can check out what your citizens are thinking by going through their profiles. Or talking to them on Bakr a social network just for your city.
Now, there are a ton of unique features in Silicon City. It’s like a tribute to those classic city builder activities, but with a fresh twist. The game has 50 types of buildings, each one made in a special way. You can even change them to look how you want. Plus, the game has a bunch of different camera options so you can see your city from any angle. And the best part? You can link this up with Twitch so your buddies can become citizens – or Silizens – in your city. They even have a Silicon City Wiki if you need help or want to learn more. So there you go, a brand-new, exciting city waiting for you to build, manage, and grow!