Concrete Jungle Wiki

From Concrete Jungle Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Welcome to the Official Concrete Jungle Wiki
the Concrete Jungle reference written and maintained by the players.
Please feel free to contribute by creating new articles.
We are currently maintaining 205 pages (40 articles).
Oil Power Plant.png
About Concrete Jungle

Concrete Jungle is an indie game about city planning and deck-building, with a new take on the city Building that swaps micro management for deck-building and extra servings of strategy! The game combines the simple but satisfying mechanics of tabletop deck-building games, the intricacy and accessibility of an indie title, and the variety and depth of a collectible card game. Topped with the isometric stylings of classic 90s management sims.

You use cards in your deck to place buildings, clearing city blocks to give yourself more room to build. As your city grows you'll get opportunities to hone your deck, but the game also gets harder. Concrete Jungle started off years ago as a sequel to the developers' indie game 'MegaCity' from 2011. Although still a successor to that game, it's come so far and earned a shiny new name.

The game is being developed for PC but will also be ported to Mac. Ports to Linux, Android and iOS may also be possible further down the road. Expect a release date of sometime in May 2015.

Game Features
  • Over 150+ buildings!
  • Single player story mode with 6 unlockable characters!
  • Online High Scores system
  • Competitive mode with challenging AI
  • Local competitive/co-op multiplayer for up to 4 players (1 vs 1, 2 vs 2)
  • Soundtrack featuring DP Kaufman, Mokhov & Xerxes
  • No Microtransactions! The game *will not* feature any free-to-play mechanics or microtrasnactions. There will be plenty of unlocks, but you'll earn them through play at a reasonable rate (remember- how things used to be!)
Character Basics
Handy Guides
The Game World
Miscellaneous
The Concrete Jungle Wiki Community

To write a new article, just enter the article title in the box below.


Registering

  • Feel free to register and join our user base by clicking here.

Not sure where to start?

Adding content

  • If you are unsure of what to do or how to create a page, search for a few articles on the same topic and see what they look like. You can always view the source code in a wiki and learn from what others have done.
162,549 participating in this Wiki so far! We are currently maintaining 205 pages (40 articles).