If you have been yearning to play a deeply addictive game on your Windows 8.1 device, then probably cannot do much better than My Country 2020. This city building title offers a captivating and very polished experience.

A follow-up to the popular and well-received My Country game, this new flavor lets you build a futuristic island metropolis. A simulation title through and through, this is a cross between SimCity and Sim Tower, with some notable alterations.

The core difference is that you not only have to build buildings and infrastructures, but also managed and control work in your budding new town.

More on that later, but a look at the official description:

“2020: My Country is the follow-up to the smash-hit, city-building strategy game My Country, which has more than 17 million players around the world. In this new game, you build and manage a futuristic metropolis from a chain of island cities in a deeper, more-engrossing sequel that expands on everything that made the original game great!”

Flying cars? In 2020? Oh my!

Anyway, as mentioned above, players need to hire people to take care of day to day events and activities. While free to play, the game has a concept of energy — players get some at the start, but it can be replenished with real money.

The visuals, however, are top notch, and one of the finest in a Windows 8.1 game in terms of art and design style. The game also supports ARM processors so Surface RT owners can join in the fun!

Click here to check out My Country 2020 on the Windows Store.

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  1. How expensive is this game with all the IAP’s? Not a fan of those, btw, I’d rather pay an up front cost. One correction is needed for your article, ARM is most definitely supported.

    • Well these freemium games do usually take a toll on the wallet if players are into them deep. Not a fan of them either. A straight up payment without IAPs is my preference too.

      As for the ARM availability, it seems the developers updated the page soon after this went live. Will revise it in a moment. Thanks! 🙂

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