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Construct the skyscraper of your dreams in building sim Project Highrise, now available on iOS

By , on April 11, 2018
Last modified 2 months, 1 week ago

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Inspired by the likes of SimTower, Project Highrise is a new building management game ported to mobile after a release on PC in 2016. Rather than a hospital, prison, or railway, here you're constructing towering skyscrapers, balancing design, money, and tenet needs to make a successful building.

Starting at ground level, you must place elevators, offices, structures like generators and maintenance sectors, and decide what kind of highrise you want to design. A business office? An apartment building? A multi-level mall? A combination of those? You can't just consider the layout of your building, but also plan for the needs of the people living and working within; building a trash and recycling floor near the apartments is probably a bad idea.

As your tower grows, so do costs and maintaining the balance between income and meeting the needs of your tenets. Several scenarios offer training and challenges to improve your building skills, while a sanfbox mod lets you experiment with whatever design you can think of with the rooms and building segments the game allows.

Project Highrise can be purchased for $3.99 on the App Store, and a collection of in-app purchase expansions add new scenarios, tenets, tools, and options to the base game. An Android version is also being developed.


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Chesco 2 months, 1 week ago

Terrible dev company, im boycotting them on iOS & Steam from how they've treated some customers in the past.