Green City 2

It’s time to go green again in Green City 2! Help your neighboring cities start their own green life by restoring old buildings and cleaning the streets of trash. Build eco-houses with solar cells on the roofs, open new green energy plants and teach citizens the eco urban lifestyle of Green City. Strive to achieve ecological balance in this thrilling strategy game!

This is a building game with several different categories of accomplishments which have to be met to win. Nevertheless, its' value for money surpasses many other BFG releases. Fun fun fun. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by boofycat from Strategy at its best Finished this game after a week of tearing my hair out! It has the challenge I love and I recommend it to anyone looking for a strategic builder game that needs to beat the clock for gold. I played it in untimed mode and found that much of the time I was tearing down buildings once or twice to fit the puzzle pieces and achieve the desired results. I have finished Green City and Green City 2. I hope there is a Green City 3 on the way. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by notdeadyet from It made me think. The Bad Some levels drag while waiting for money. Will be buying Green City 1 too. Green City 2 is a more complex version on the first Green City.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by melanyj02 from Challenging albeit frustrating strategy-builder I wouldn't say that this is a hyper-fun game because it can be sooo frustrating! Turning run down towns into eco-friendly cities is a lot of fun. It has the challenge I love and I recommend it to anyone looking for a strategic builder game that needs to beat the clock for gold. The items used to reach the goals, I feel, are very limited. Pros - Challenge factor - Duration 54 levels that start becoming 'hair-pullingly' annoying in the early teens - Humbling if you think you're good at builder style games, think again - Value for money Cons - Challenge factor can lead to intermittent bouts of yelling incomprehensible strings of words at the screen NOTE: game is NOT voice controlled - Higher levels sometimes seem irrational tearing down of a perfectly good building in order to build another in its' place is often required Overall Challenging. Lots of different buildings and building groups to construct. The timed mode would then be less frustrating. The Bad Some levels drag while waiting for money. If you want a game that really makes you THINK instead of a click fest try this, you wont be disappointed. Lots of challenge for those looking for it. The game was a satisfying length as well. It is a true strategy game, especially after L I have finished Green City and Green City 2.


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Please consider my suggestions to improve an excellent series of games. Will be buying Green City 1 too. Figuring out how to achieve the goals is very challenging and forces you to visualize, which improves creativity. This is a building game with several different categories of accomplishments which have to be met to win. Lots of different buildings and building groups to construct. It was a challenge but a fun one. I highly recommend this game. Fun fun fun. But if you don't like timed strategy, Green City 2 worries: you can play at your leisure. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by notdeadyet from It made me think. I own two of this series and intend to purchase the last soon. Nevertheless, its' value for money surpasses many other BFG releases. I love the Green Undiscovered series.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Gipper from Addictive! This sequel is almost identical to its predecessor, and simply offers dozens of fun new levels for players looking to continue cleaning up the world, one trash-ridden level at a time. Upgrades allow buildings to be more eco-friendly, or more energy efficient, giving you the chance to build more homes and businesses before resorting to building power-producing items like Windmills. I was allowed to finish. The strategy and graphics are good. Turning run down towns into eco-friendly cities is a lot of fun. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by laplatz from Great Game This is a great game, couldn't stop playing and spent quite a few hours lost to the world, immersed in finding the right lay out AND getting gold score time. I love the Green City series. Like the original, the game is all fantasy and not instructional because nothing in the energy management or ecology is actually reality based, but within those imaginary rules it can work. Thank goodness you can continue after the time runs out as I only have gold on six levels so far. It is a true strategy game, especially after L But if you don't like timed strategy, no worries: you can play at your leisure. I still haven't succeeded in getting gold in every level.

What would make this series even more fun, creative, and challenging is if the developers would allow us to change the orientation of the buildings and put in a relaxed mode so I can figure out what configurations meet the goals. Nevertheless, its' value for money surpasses many other BFG releases. Time Management The Good Lovely, bright graphics. You definately get a feeling of satisfaction once a level has been successfully completed, even if it has taken Rooms of Memory days to get there. This is not an easy game but it is really neat. The timed mode would then be less frustrating. Will be buying Green City 1 too. I loved playing again to make sure I finished within the time limit for a gold final score. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by notdeadyet from It made me think. I own two of this series and intend to purchase the last soon. Lots of different buildings and building groups to construct. Thank goodness you can continue after the time runs out as I only have gold on six Green City 2 so far.


Green City 2 is a more complex version on the first Green City. The items used to reach the goals, I feel, are very limited. But if you don't like timed strategy, no worries: you can play at your leisure. Highly recommend! The Bad Some levels drag while waiting for money. It is a true strategy game, especially after L If you want a game that really makes you THINK instead of a click fest try this, you wont be disappointed. I still haven't succeeded in getting gold in every level. Please consider my suggestions to improve an excellent series of games. I have arthritis in my hands but that was not a problem here. The strategy and graphics are good. This is not an easy game but it is really neat.

10 thoughts on “Green City 2

  1. This is not an easy game but it is really neat. Highly recommend! I played it in untimed mode and found that much of the time I was tearing down buildings once or twice to fit the puzzle pieces and achieve the desired results. In each stage, players will be challenged with balancing the use of resources most importantly money , while completing goals that are specific to each stage. The items used to reach the goals, I feel, are very limited.

  2. If you incorporate some of those suggestions and even improve them to your own specifications, I can see this series continuing to be very popular. Green City 2 is a more complex version on the first Green City. You definately get a feeling of satisfaction once a level has been successfully completed, even if it has taken 3 days to get there. I hope there is a Green City 3 on the way. I have arthritis in my hands but that was not a problem here.

  3. This is not an easy game but it is really neat. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Gipper from Addictive! If you incorporate some of those suggestions and even improve them to your own specifications, I can see this series continuing to be very popular.

  4. This is a building game with several different categories of accomplishments which have to be met to win. Eventually, these buildings will also start to consume electricity. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Gipper from Addictive! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by notdeadyet from It made me think. It is a true strategy game, especially after L

  5. Green City 2 sees players traveling to a new town full of folks that could care less about the environment. Like the original, the game is all fantasy and not instructional because nothing in the energy management or ecology is actually reality based, but within those imaginary rules it can work. But if you don't like timed strategy, no worries: you can play at your leisure. It bugs me when a game is too easy. I hope there is a Green City 3 on the way.

  6. The game was a satisfying length as well. Thank you, developers for this series!! Each level is different and has different goals and requires different strategy.

  7. Keep up the good work! I own two of this series and intend to purchase the last soon. It has the challenge I love and I recommend it to anyone looking for a strategic builder game that needs to beat the clock for gold. Turning run down towns into eco-friendly cities is a lot of fun.

  8. Fun fun fun. In each stage, players will be challenged with balancing the use of resources most importantly money , while completing goals that are specific to each stage. This is not an easy game but it is really neat.

  9. I own two of this series and intend to purchase the last soon. Figuring out how to achieve the goals is very challenging and forces you to visualize, which improves creativity. Please consider my suggestions to improve an excellent series of games. The game was a satisfying length as well. Nevertheless, its' value for money surpasses many other BFG releases.

  10. It was a challenge but a fun one. Each level is different and has different goals and requires different strategy. This sequel is almost identical to its predecessor, and simply offers dozens of fun new levels for players looking to continue cleaning up the world, one trash-ridden level at a time. The game then becomes a challenge in trying to determine which buildings to place on which plots, while also keeping in mind the differences between the overall sizes of buildings.

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