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Citybound is a free and open source city-building game currently under development by Anselm Eickhoff.[1]


The game is intended to have a minimalistic art style with the prime focus on being realistic and accurate city simulation. Citybound is intended to build on games such as SimCity, with plans to incorporate features such as procedural architecture, lane-based roads and agent-based economic simulation. The game will also support large cities and regions that can be simulated at once and not rely on so-called "tiny city lots or artificial city interaction dynamics." Citybound will also offer procedural buildings and a level of simulation that takes into account individual cars and pedestrians.[2]

Citybound was announced in March 2014 by the developer Anselm Eickhoff, who had been inspired by other city-builder games such as A-Train and SimCity 2000.[3]

Rock Paper Shotgun is interested in Citybound.[4] Rock Paper Shotgun expressed concern that the project was overly ambitious and could "fizzle out before it ever really picks up steam"[5]

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