Honestly, RamaCity is nearly indistinguishable from its would-be opponent--it was even created in Flash, the primary tool developers use to make Facebook games. Players are given their own small town that they must erect a bustling city out of. The game limits players' actions with an Energy system like its counterpart, though it handles Goods production and stores differently. There are no farms in RamaCity.
We used the term "would-be" above because BigPoint's next big game isn't even on Facebook; the company is hosting RamaCity on its own dedicated website. And you can even add new friends to collaborate and play with through email, Facebook and Twitter. What you have here is essentially a social game without the Facebook integration, and one that seems to be trying very hard to repeat CityVille's runaway success. But whether BigPoint can accomplish that without true Facebook connectivity has obviously yet to be seen.
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