Dinosaur Polo Club has announced a new city is coming to its fast-paced puzzle game Mini Motorways this month, as part of its free ‘Bridge to Busan’ content drop.
The strategic sim is set to add the South Korean city of Busan to its roster of locations, which also includes Tokyo, Lisbon, Los Angeles and Wellington.
The coastal conurbation is the second most populous in Korea after its capital Seoul, with its geographical location ideal for a burgeoning industrial port. Busan is also a tourist resort, with many visiting the city to see its Buddhist Temples, or to top up their tans on the golden sands of Haeundae Beach.
With a population of 3.6 million and a diverse blend of industrial, residential and commercial districts, Busan is the ideal place for a budding civil engineer to cut their teeth.
The ‘Bridge to Busan’ update will also include new Daily, Weekly and City Challenges, with the free additions set to arrive on the 8th of March on Apple Arcade, Nintendo Switch, PC and Mac (via Steam). New Zealand-based Dinosaur Polo Club also promises to deliver minor bug fixes alongside the new events and city.
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