Gameloft uses to mean realibility on gaming: well-crafted and highly playable games, no matter the genre. If you aren't really into racing card games or FPS with stunning 3D graphics, if you like slow-paced management games that require planning and patience, Little Big City is one of your best choice.
The goal in this kind of goal is, obviously, to build a city, make it grow and provide their inhabitants. You have lots of resources to achieve it, however, you'll have to take of everything: building, harvesting and gathering, urban planning, buy and sell supplies, etc. There's an interesting upgrading system: take into account that some facilities won't be available until you reach the level required. You will see soon your citizens walking around the streets, consuming and making your city work.
As it couldn't be otherwise since Gameloft is its developer, Little Big City graphics are great. Not as stunning as Asphalt series, obviously, but it has richer graphics than most of the management games on the market. Artwork is a bit childish though. No issues with screentouch response: it works as expected. The only flaw: in-app purchase that force parents to keep an eye on their children while playing the game. Indeed, great game.
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by Manu , Appszoom
Feb 22, 2013