CITIES XL is a simulation game developed by Monte Cristo for the PC. The game was released in 2009.
There are many of us that wept at the void left in city building sims when Maxis shifted their focus from SimCity to The Sims. But the hope that Cities XL will fill that void is a vain hope. Despite an odd addictiveness, Cities XL is both generic and sloppy. Read More.
Previews and Features
We recently had a chance to speak with Jerome Gastaldi, CEO of Monte Cristo, about their upcoming city builder, CITIES XL. He goes into great detail in his responses, and provides a wealth of new information on the game. Read More.
Monte Cristo announced the release of our second content pack, which includes the much awaited bus system as well as some nice treats for both Planet and Solo players. Read More.
You don’t have a copy of Cities XL yet but are interested in seeing what the game has to offer? Monte Cristo has announced a new "Discovery" offer! With this offer you can play Cities XL Planet (online mode) for 30 days for only 9.99€ ($9.99 US). You will have access to all the online features of Cities XL Planet Offer, including 5 slots to build your cities and all the latest game updates. Read More.
Monte Cristo announced that the demo of their highly anticipated next-generation city building game, CITIES XL is now live.
The demo period will run for the month of September and will give players the chance to build a city of up to 22,000 citizens on a persistent planet (the full version of the game lets you create megalopolises of millions of citizens). Read More.
Aiming to re-define the perennially popular city builder video game genre, CITIES XL offers an experience that pushes the limits of scale, realism and sophistication both in solo play and with the vast connected online community in the game’s massively persistent multiplayer ‘Planet’ mode. Read More.
Monte Cristo Games, makers of the upcoming next-generation city-builder, Cities XL, is pleased to announce the end of the first beta test of their game, and the launch of a new beta. Read More.