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Flash City II.

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Build up your city!

IF the people in the city are famous and happy they will go to your city if you build buildings for them. If not they will leave the city. More people = more taxes = more money, so tahe care of your citisens. Watch out your energy too. IF you want to build something and u have enough money but nothing happens the energy is too low, so your must build a power reactor. BE careful with the disasters. Some disasters can destroy buildings......

Now i am working on the continue, and i will make an internet page for the flash city games.

Have fun!

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well this soundtrack I hate but I like the art


Very bland and plain, no objectives overall: a good attempt but foul


I just played the 3rd one and these 2 r the exact same what is the point of controlling the diasasters fun til the end when u realize there is nuthin left to do

19950104 responds:

play with flash city 3. The disasters in that game are randomize and u can destroy everything with the meteor.

Basically an interactive picture.

You need to implement some goals and purpose to the whole thing. But I still like it.


I'm not quite sure about this. Graphics are a bit old fashioned, but I think that gameplay is far more important than graphics anyway.
The gameplay consists of waiting and clicking on the existing spots, which is rather not interactive.
I like games which can't be lost, so that's a plus for Flash City.
There is nothing the user can do about his city. Everything is preset and locked in place.
I totally agree with sticksVdragons in what could be improved. And add some more freedom for the player.

Thanks for some funny minutes anyway.

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3.17 / 5.00

Feb 24, 2008
4:00 AM EST