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Hi everybody!
We hope you all had fun on¬†New Year’s eve and we wish 2016 will be a blessed year for all of us.
Now let’s cut to the chase ūüôā
Thank you all for your city suggestions to our upcoming game/app CityTale.
During the last¬†weekend we’ve been browsing many¬†of cities from all around the world. It felt like we were searching for a vacation spot.
We’ve selected 10 different cities for you to choose from, each of them has its own charm and each selection will lead to a different game character. Our aim for this game is to combine the cartoonish style¬†of Luke Deluxe with the atmosphere of The Gatekeeper.
Please keep in mind that some of the cities you’ve suggested do not appear here or the sole reason we will use them in other games and not this one, this list is specifically only for CityTale.

And now, presented in alphabetical order…
This is not Fantasyland, it’s Brasov! Founded by the Teutonic Knights in 1211 on an ancient Dacian site and settled by the Saxons, Brasov exudes a distinct medieval ambiance.
Not far from Brasov you’ll find Bran castle, a.k.a. Dracula’s Castle!
So if you’re in the mood for a medieval game, combined with some vampire stories, Brasov is the right city for you.

Dublin has a lot to offer: Castles, museums, lovely music and friendly people, but in this game we’ll have more focus on Dublin’s folk tales, the very same folklore¬†that passes from generation to generation and gives Dublin its unique character.
So if you miss Ryan O’brain’s accent, vote for Dublin ūüėÄ

Gold Coast is a place to have fun! With amazing beaches, theme parks, casinos, an impressive national park and a rain forest, this could be the perfect setting for another adventure, just like the one Jason had in Crazyville.

Okay, so Happisburgh is not a city. It’s a small village, but we still find it to be very interesting. Especially the local legend about the ghost of a murdered smuggler. The ghost was reported as having no legs, and its head hanging behind its back by a thin strip of flesh. The legend says that the smuggler’s mutilated body was later found in a well…
This legend along with¬†the village’s country setting could make a really scary game.

If you wish for a spiritual adventure, seek no more. There’s a lot to see and find in the maze of alleys and bazaars inside¬†the city’s ancient¬†streets. Make a wish on the wailing wall, walk the Via Dolorosa and and explore some of the holiest places on earth.

There is so much to see in London that we just have no idea where to start! Westminster Abbey, Houses of parliament, London Eye, London Dungeons, Trafalgar square and many many more. This could easily turn into a detective game, featuring Sherlock Holmes, or maybe a horror game, featuring Jack the Ripper or maybe a funny game,¬†featuring one of London’s famous musicals.

Port Antonio
For a Jamaican style vacation, Port Antonio is the place for you. Beautiful beaches, waterfalls, lovely tropical scenery and great reggae music. Of course, you’ll also get to practice Obeah – the local folk magic.

San Francisco
A lot of places to visit while you’re travelling to San Francisco¬†– The Coit tower, Fisherman’s wharf, ‚Ä™Alcatraz‚Ĩ and the ‚Ä™Palace of Fine Arts‚Ĩ.
Also, there a lot of urban legends to check, such as¬†the secret tunnels of Chinatown…

This city is rich in its¬†interesting history: The earliest known settlers were Maori who arrived at Tauranga during¬†the 13th century. Here you’ll be able to learn the Maori traditions and watch the famous Haka dance ūüôā

Last but not least – Vienna – The capital of Austria, the home of Johann Strauss, Beethoven and Mozart. Possibly the best place in the world to have a true musical adventure.

Now that you have all the info you need, it’s time to go¬†and vote. The voting process will end¬†in a week.
Have a great week!

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