Concrete Jungle

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“Concrete Jungle is a great game and is one of the biggest surprises I have played in quite a while.” – Geekyhobbies.com

“Overall, there is very little that can be faulted about Concrete Jungle and it is a must-have title for anyone with even a passing interest in the genre.” – GamerRamble.com

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You have a deck of selected cards which you can use to place buildings. Each building will affect it’s surroundings in different ways. The aim of the game is to clear city blocks by gathering the required number of points from your residents, giving more room to build. As the city grows, bigger and better new buildings can be added to your deck!

As you get opportunities to hone and refine your deck, residents will demand more from you. You’ll find yourself inadvertently creating zoning puzzles- playing against your own past planning decisions!

Alternatively engage in competitive city planning against challenging AI or local players. Take it in turns to place buildings in the same city and battle over the affection of your citizens!

Features…

  • Over 200 cards available and no micro-transactions!
  • 8 Playable characters each with their own skill tress, unique cards and play style.
  • Hilarious fully voice-acted story mode.
  • Competitive city planning featuring challenging AI in ‘Versus’ mode.
  • Local competitive/co-op multiplayer for up to 4 players or AI.
  • Gorgeous vibrant, detailed isometric graphics and weather effects.
  • Rich and atmospheric soundtrack featuring Xerxes, Saad Ali, D.P. Kaufman & Mokhov.
  • Steam achievements, trading cards & leaderboards*
  • Support for any resolution, border-less window full-screen and controller support.

*Steam version only.

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Below are the recent dev blog posts about the game:

Concrete Jungle Released TODAY (8PM GMT / 12PM PDT)

Well here we are guys! Concrete Jungle will be released in just a matter of hours. I’ve been busier than even prepping for this, it’s been a long, long time coming and a huge amount of work. But the game is ready! All backers should have their keys by now,…

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It’s Getting Closer…

It’s getting closer! If you’ve not heard, Concrete Jungle is heading to Steam and Itch.io on September 23rd! Just a quick update to say that the distribution of game keys to backers will start tomorrow. All backers will have their keys by release- they will arrive via kickstarter message or email if…

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RELEASE DATE ANNOUNCED!

September 23rd! Concrete Jungle will be releasing for PC via Steam and Itch.io on Wednesday September 23rd! It’s been a long time coming, but finally the project is approaching completion. You’ll be able to play in a few weeks. Hooray! The native mac version is still in the works, but…

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The Concrete Jungle Monthly Chronicle – August

Hello everybody! While I’ve been quiet with the updates, it’s been a great month! I’m on the verge of setting a release date. I’m just waiting on a couple of boring admin things to sort out before I can go ahead and confirm. Along with that I’ll get the steam page…

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The Concrete Jungle Monthly Chronicle – July

Hello folks! It”s been quite a while since the last update- so I’m here to remind you that I’m alive. The last few weeks I have been busy big fixing, tweaking and polishing up the game. I’ve fixed bugs, inadvertently created new ones in the process, then fixed them. I’ve…

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The Concrete Jungle Weekly Chronicle – June 20th

Hello all! It’s time to reveal the final playable character for the game! This is Jeon Park, but he’s also known as ‘Captain Caribou’. Four years ago, Caribou City government hired a crossing guard superhero mascott to teach kids about road safety. 2 months after, Jeon was fired. But believing “the city…

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The Concrete Jungle Weekly Chronicle – June 14th

Hello all! This week I’ll share with you the 7th playable character in the game- Miranda Lynch. Some of you will have come across her already, she’s a ruthless business tycoon and CEO of Patriot Burger corporation.   Her skill tree involves various capitalist tactics such as building fast food restaurants to fortify her…

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The Concrete Jungle Weekly Chronicle – June 7th

Like clockwork- here’s this week’s update! Progress is going well, as of right now I have 7 character skill trees working- and I’m currently working on the final one. There still needs to be some balancing, but once the characters are all in I can get down to some proper adjustments…

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The Concrete Jungle Weekly Chronicle – May 31st

Hello folks! A good week for progress this week. First off, the mac beta is live and you can download it along side the PC beta version on humble bundle. If you assigned Concrete Jungle to your humble account you can access the download page through there, if not then…

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The Concrete Jungle Weekly Chronicle – May 24th

Hello! I’ve been really busy this week- the backer beta went live and I’ve been getting some great feedback! People seem to be really enjoying it which is the main thing. You can also expect a mac beta version soon- it should be around the end of the month, around the…

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The Concrete Jungle Weekly Chronicle – May 19th

Today is a good day, because when I post this update it means the backer beta has gone live! So, if you’re a backer and had access to the preview version you can now play the beta version! It will be hosted again by the awesome folks at humble bundle. Just…

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The Concrete Jungle Weekly Chronicle – May 3rd

Hello everybody! As promised, I have some details on the beta version I’m going to be rolling out to backers as a result of the delay of the final release until the summer. I plan to have the beta ready in aprox 2 weeks- giving me enough time to iron…

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