I'm sorry. I thought you were telling the OP to go and google it. Now I see that you were googling it. My mistake. Sorry, I just hate seeing people on forums telling people to go search when they are just asking for help.What the heck are you even talking about? When you figure it out, let us know.
Yeah, I am excited too. I never thought I would like it on the small screen of the iPhone, but on the iPad it might be pretty cool. I was googling it also, and it sounds like the Simcity in the app store now isn't actually too bad on the iPad. For 3 bucks I'm tempted to try it.Nah, I don't bother with that kind of stuff, I tend to be snide in other ways. I really am exited about this one, it's one of the games I always posted in "wish list" threads and I didn't know it was in development. Hope it really is optimized for iPad.
This is a whole new game that's suppose to be modeled more like SimCity 4. Its not a scaled up version of "SimCity" for the iPad.I hate the fact that this is not going to be a universal update along with the rest of EAs apps...I'm guessing 9.99 after I already bought it for the iPhone.
Sorry to keeping hammering this question, but do you have any links where it's stated it's for iPad? (I've tried a little googling (see upthread) but couldn't immediately turn anything up, just the word 'mobile'.)This is a whole new game that's suppose to be modeled more like SimCity 4. Its not a scaled up version of "SimCity" for the iPad.
I'd love to see Fallout as well.EA, here is a blank cheque with my signature on it. I will pay anything you put down for a good version of Sim City on iPad.
And while w're at it, Ubisoft, get on porting Heroes of Might and Magic II on it too. And Fallout classic as well.
You've just given me a thought, Transport Tycoon for iPad... THAT would be really great.I'm not too hopeful that SimCity for iPad will meet my expectations. I was pretty disappointed with the iPhone version. I mean, it was decent in its own right and certainly the best yet for a phone, but was lacking on the transportation side of things, which happens to be the aspect I enjoyed most in the original PC games. There were no freeways or diagonal roads, and traffic volumes were low even when I had lousy roads. There was really no challenge there. Also, there was no terrain and no map customization (water, etc).
It just ended up not appealing to me. Hopefully the ipad version adds dome of this back.