Mobility is a game similar to Sim City that specializes in sustainable transportation and infrastructure.
This game is similar to Sim City, but focuses on mobility, and transportation infrastructure. Like Sim City, you have to zone low and high residential, low and high commercial, and industrial real estate. You have three levels, small, medium, and large to zone shopping centers, schools, sport facilities, and parks. In regards to transportation, you have the basic side streets, main streets, and 4 lane avenues, as well as rail tracks for trains.
The focus is transportation, and your city will not grow after you reach 15,000 people unless, you have a suitable transportation system. You will set up guidance systems, control towers, mobility centers, and speed limits. If a street is considered dangerous, you need to make it safe by reducing traffic, and setting up a speed limit. Your budget is 100,0000 Euros, which will be more then enough to get you going. You will have to construct traffic related buildings, a car sharing center, a car sharing station, a transmitter mast, mobility center, parking facilities, and a park, and ride parking lot.
There are many ways to monitor your progress. One section has indicators for effectiveness, quality, and mobility. For effectiveness, you look at kilometres per person, travel times, traffic jams, mobility cost, and energy consumption per kilometre. For quality, you look at emissions per kilometre, noise, energy consumption per person, city subdivision, and land use for transport infrastructure. For mobility, you look at accessibility, travel comfort, and traffic safety. You have a statistics window with seven different categories. You have a public transportation window where you can purchase 4 different types of buses, standard, low-drive, hydrogen drive, and electric drive. You also purchase trains, create and edit bus lines, monitor bus lines, and set up basic fares for revenue. The game is interesting, and requires a bit of focus and strategy. Hope you enjoy.