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Monday, January 08, 2007
Another brilliant Java 4K 2007 Competition entry, Metro4K is a remake of SimCity with a large number of it's complexity merged into several small elements. There's no scrolling, instead just click on the map view a location.

Services are combined, while power lines are replaced with area coverage. Most of the other equations have been retained with some simplifications.

Name: Metro4K
Developer: Blaine Hodge
Category: Simulation
Type: Browser
Size: 4KB