Friday, February 7, 2014

Case Study No. 1225: Otto Kaiser

Cities in Motion: Preview Gameplay-Video I Car Crash
Librarian Otto Kaiser has crashed his Landrover on the corner of the Getreidemarkt and the Wienzeile. As you can see the police has closed of part of the road and a traffic-jam is starting to form to the rear of the crash.
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[scene opens on The Wienzeile in Austrian city of Vienna, as the camera focuses on a blue SUV up on the curve with smoke coming out of the hood, while "February 26 1985" appears on screen and "A traffic accident has occurred!" runs along the bottom of the screen in red text]
[the player clicks on the car, as a portrait of the owner (male librarian, receding hairline, thick glasses, mustache) appears in the lower right-hand corner]

Otto Kaiser
- White Collar
- Apartment Building
- Sudosttangente Wien
- Library
- By car

[the camera zooms out to show the entire neighborhood, as a picture of the car ("Wienzeile, 48% traffic") remains in the lower right-hand corner]



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* Explore four different cities: Vienna, Helsinki, Berlin, and Amsterdam
* Engage in a campaign with 12 scenarios, as well as a sandbox mode where all campaign cities are playable
* Experience realistic 3D graphics with more than 100 unique, highly detailed buildings
* Use the advanced map editor to create your own cities
* Immerse yourself in an advanced economic simulator as you struggle with banks and shifting economic trends
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* Experience a real-time city and traffic simulator as each location's bustling population commutes between their homes, jobs, and leisure sites

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