Saturday, December 18, 2010

Just Got Invited To This Fantastic Cityville Membership Site

Yesterday I was contacted by a guy called James Green, who less than a week since the release of Cityville already has one of the biggest and most impressive cities on Facebook. He told me he has just released the FIRST EVER CITYVILLE GUIDE (pictured left) to come out, and I was asked if I could join the site and write an honest review. I was so glad to see someone was already writing a guide for this game and of course I was glad to take a look at it.

This is not a free guide, but I have to say that this is an extremely impressive product and I’m amazed at some of the strategies this guy has already come up with. Some of the things in here are actually downright crazy. I’ve been playing Cityville obsessively the last few days, and found it difficult to level up without buying cash and coins (and who wants to do that?) … but by following this guide you could actually get a big city fast and never have to  buy currency.

There are two guides you get, which are not explained on the homepage right now: the first is a tips, ticks and strategies guide, which has some things that very few people know about, but are also deadly effective. I think you might actually be in shock after you read this. The bulk of the product, however, is a step-by-step walkthrough of how James has built his huge city starting from the very first level. There are tons of screenshots and you can follow this and build up something really impressive without even having to think for yourself.

So far a couple of sites like and have released some useful beginner walkthrough’s on the basics of how to play Cityville (things like goods, franchises, adding neighbors, businesses etc.), but they are NOTHING like what this guide covers.

James has cheekily named his product “the best Cityville guide online”, which given the absence of competition is certainly the case now. He has made it a membership site and promises constant updates and new strategies, and given how he has released so much good info already I believe him on this. The cost is a one time cost of $27 and for anyone serious about building a massive city this is just a no-brainer.

PS: If you pick this up, I’d love to know what you think. Just leave a comment below with your thoughts/feedback.

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