You’re a constructer and you’ve specialized in the "bringing up" of skyscrapers. Due to your specialization over the years you constantly get new orders for higher and higher skyscrapers in town. Within your responsibilities are the planning, the supply with construction materials and the worker management.
In the beginning you are dealing with multi-storey town houses, but later on you find yourself in realizing magnificent buildings for the rich and famous. A level is considered to be solved, if, within the specified time, the received contracts and tasks have been fulfilled.
During the game the player receives more and more new tools, machines and experience points. On the hunt for the high score, the game can be played with friends too.
- Detailed scenery in 3D graphics
- Detailed skyscraper models
- Fully animated machinery
- Planning, human resource and machinery management
- Long lasting fun factor due to highscore function
- Intuitive control via keyboard and mouse
- Tutorial for beginners
- OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7
- Processor: Intel or AMD up from 2.0 GHz
- Memory: 1024 MB RAM
- Graphics: Geforce ® ATI Radeon ® up from 128 MB
- DirectX: Version 9.0c
- Storage: 750 MB available space
- Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c or higher
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