Cities: Skylines - Parklife

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Region restrictions

Activates within United States
This game has world-wide activation. No known region restrictions in effect.
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64bit SupportUnknown
CPU TypeIntel Mac Only
CPU CoresAny
CPU Speed3 GHz
System RAM4 GB
Drive Space4 GB
Video RAMAny
Video CardAny
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Reviews & Comments

From 32 Shoppers
  1. Recommended

    Very good content that comes in useful late-game as you build up park areas in the centre of your metropolis. It will require some careful consideration because a large park is more useful, and that means it needs more space. The amusement park facilities are especially large, but they look fantastic amongst your tower blocks at night. I particularly like the zoos.

    by Christian E.14, Israel - Jan 14th 2020
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  2. Make the most attractive city in history

    Parklife is a wonderful DLC because it gives a huge boost to one of my favorite aspects of the game, attracting tourists! Instead of just unique buildings, now you can use sightseeing buses and walking tours, as well as forming actual parks. No longer are you stuck with the square shapes of actually planting parks. Now you can make parks exactly as you see fit, and it serves as a great way to beautify your already beautiful city, especially if you're like me and you need to cover up ugly street corners and uneven roundabouts.

    by Chris C.9721, USA - Jan 3rd 2020
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  3. Parks!

    Allows conversion of weirdly-shaped road junctions into useful and aesthetically pleasing parks! What's not to like?

    by Alex K.38, USA - Dec 5th 2019
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