Dodo Games and Chillingo have announced the launch of Tiny City on iOS devices. The city-building game lets players repair and upgrade a small town into a bustling metropolis, and includes over 100 buildings to construct and over 1,000 quests to complete at launch. Players will need to construct farms and stores to produce money, homes to add citizens to the town, and energy items to power it all.
Players are led through Tiny City via a quest system, which asks them to construct specific buildings in a certain order. At first, this focuses on building homes for citizens and farms to produce crops. These citizens are then used in stores and businesses as employees, and players must upgrade their town hall to increase their maximum population allotment.
As players produce resources (say, at their farms), they can spend those resources in businesses to actually earn money. There’s also a chance to earn special building materials, which can be used to repair structures around the town. One quest, for instance, sees players collecting shovels and other tools to repair an archeological dig site.
While the game is free to download, tasks take time to complete, and can be finished instantly by spending premium currency / real money. Quests can also be skipped with this premium currency.
Tiny City was originally launched on Android last year. The game is available to download for free on both platforms. Check back soon to follow Tiny City on AppData, our tracking platform for mobile and social apps and developers.