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Developer: Flyhigh Works
Content Rating: Everyone
SubaraCity on Nintendo Switch offers a new twist for puzzle game fans, combining careful planning with relaxing gameplay. You’re not just matching blocks, but you’re city building at the same time! On Nintendo Switch the game can be played on the TV with the controller, or you can even play in portable mode and use touch controls. The buildings on the blocks can be combined into larger, and special, buildings. It’s a simple rule but there are hidden complexities, and as the years pass each move plays an important role. Your decisions will decide the city's future - develop your city step-by-step to make a "SubaraCity"!
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This all comes together to leave me wondering the reasoning behind launching SubaraCity on Xbox One. I fully understand that it’s a super cheap game but that doesn’t let the team at Flyhigh off from the fact that the content included is bare bones at best; after just 5 minutes with the game you’ll have seen pretty much everything it has to offer. No-one but the most casual of gamer on the lookout for a cheap five minutes of gaming will find any form of enjoyment from what plays out, and whilst this may well be a capable time-waster on mobile, on console it just seems to be a waste. Even the Xbox One achievements are a struggle to attain as they aren’t in English. Sometimes the most simplest of games are the best. But at other times they are just plain tedious. And that is the case here with SubaraCity on Xbox One.