City suggestions


#84

Sao Paolo is in the beta, actually! As for Bogota, there are no major rivers, and at least in Mini Metro 1, mountains aren’t taken into consideration (but I hope they will be included in Mini Metro 2, Mountain’s Revenge! :wink: )


#85

I vote for Prague. Prague is beautiful. In 2010 Prague had the fourth best public transport in Europe. Article in Czech language

Sorry for my bad English


#86

Interesting river geography; kind of like a sideways London map, but with a few islands in the river.


#87

Taipei and Kaohsiung in Taiwan!

SInce there is already have “Taiwan Traditional Chinese” language option, I suggest these 2 Taiwan cities which also have metro running now!


#88

Berlin or Hamburg - 2300 bridges in both cities and more rivers and canals than in amsterdam or venice. Hamburg also has alot lakes
Munich - My hometown, easymode because there are nearly no rivers but many lakes. Would be also cool to add the Transrapid skytrain with 500 km/h of german engineering^^ (http://static.panoramio.com/photos/large/6961284.jpg) you just sit there and watch the speedometer rising (http://goo.gl/VckgAz)
Istanbul - Very interesting because the Mediterranean Ocean and Bosporus is among Istanbul and Metro lines will connect Europe with Asia.
Moscow - Worlds most amazing an beautiful Metro
St. Petersburg - Also very famous and many rivers or canals
Cape Town - 270° surrounded by Ocean


#89

St. Petersburg is already included in the beta, just not unlocked.


#90

Please, add Rotterdam! :blush: Can be fun with part of the Rotterdam Port!


#91

Berlin! http://www.urbanrail.net/eu/de/b/berlin-map.htm


#92

Shanghai has a nice geography, and it’s one of the longest metros in the world!

Metro map: http://www.thetransportpolitic.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/Shanghai-Metro-Map.jpg


#93

I must agree to Stockholm - very interesting geography.

And I feel obliged to mention Copenhagen (as I am from Denmark), though I guess it would be a somewhat dull map.


#94

Prague (the Czech Republic) and Budapest (Hungary). :slight_smile:


#95

I have to mention Tampere, even though it doesn’t have a subway system, but it has interesting geography (stuck between two lakes with only a small strip of land connecting the eastern and western halves of the city), and there’s been lots of debate about public transport here lately.


#96

Berlin is great! But Hamburg is interesting too.


#97

Munich is a single-river city but in Berlin there are many channels.


#98

Berlin, Hamburg and Munich have very interesting U- and S-Bahn-Systems. But my hometown Augsburg is to small, right?


#99

I agree to add Vancouver , San Francisco , Tokyo , Washington , Seoul and Berlin


#100

Shanghai actually looks like it could be a very good map. nice! :smiley:


#101

-Tokyo as mentioned a few times before, would be a cool small metro map, that, if you wanted to included some water could have a line go to mainland China.

-For a South American map, Rio de Janeiro could be a dark horse, especially if you add in a line or two through the Guanabara bay mouth, the Lago Rodrigo de Fritasand and other lakes around the area.

-As I was randomly screwing around the internet, I found the Santo Dominigo metro map which looks like it could be a good fit, it has several lines within a medium (Relatively speaking) area with several rivers.

-Thought it only currently has a bus system and does definitely not add location diversity, the metro area closest to where I am, Hartford CT has many rivers and a large metro area.

-Setting already suggested like Vienna and Munich would be interesting to see.

You are doing a magnificent job on the game Peter and I can’t wait to see Mini Metro in the next stages of development!

(Edit: Having trouble with the new user only two links per reply limit, will only include Tokyo and Rio maps for now)


#102

Shanghai
Beijing
Berlin
Barcelona
Amsterdam
Tokyo
Seoul


#103

cause i am from vienna i would love to see vienna (austria).

some nice rivers in the northeast part.