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Published on January 8th, 2017 | by Craig Forshey

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Isometric Landscape Puzzler City Flow Lands On Android

A new isometric puzzler dubbed City Flow has arrived on Android with challenging city planning mechanics that put players in charge of managing their own virtual metropolis. Created by indie developer Jake Lee, City Flow feels like someone took the spirits of Sim City and a traditional tile puzzler then threw them in a blender and set it to smoothie. Players are entrusted with ensuring the city’s “flow” as they shift around different pieces of the landscape in order to achieve transportation zen.

 

This vehicular congestion isn’t just limited to the roads as players must also sort out other now irregularly shaped thoroughfares such as waterways and railways in conjunction with the motor vehicle system. As players solve more and more puzzles in record time they’ll unlock even more advanced conundrums on which to test their mettle. There is also a robust level creation system that promises to enhance City Flow’s replayability exponentially. Puzzler fans on the lookout for something unique will want to check out City Flow.

City Flow is free to download on Google Play.

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