Whether that makes it cool or not depends on who you ask. While East Side Games' Jason Bailey thinks "cloning" is a natural thing to entertainment, Double Fine's Tim Schafer thinks people who say that are liars. (So, take your side already, eh?) At any rate, the game allows players to socialize via a Sky Bridge to visit friends and shop in their towers.
Players can out-build real-life monuments while mixing and matching up to 50 different stores. We had a look at Dream Heights when it landed on the Canadian App Store a few weeks back, and this release looks largely the same. To check out our full impressions of Dream Heights, click here. If you're ready to give it a go when it launches, click on the link below:
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