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Many Years Ago

Many Years Ago is an addictive, Action-Adventure, City-Building, Strategy, and Single-player Simulation created and published by BigFish Games.

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  1. My Fantastic Park is an Addictive, Construction and Management, Browser-based and Business Simulation created and published by Upjers.

  2. The #1 citybuilder game in more than 20 countries with over 10M downloads!

  3. Business simulation game created in 1997.

  4. An open-source clone of the classic game ...

  5. Stardew Valley is a 2D Awesome, Action, Role-playing, Crafting, Top-down, Building, Sandbox and Single-player video game create by ConcernedApe and published by Chucklefish.

  6. Gemini Lost is an Action, Strategy, Single-player and life-Simulation created and published by PlayFirst.

  7. Sid Meier’s Railroads is an Awesome, Train, Management, Strategy, Economy, Single and Multiplayer Simulation created by Firaxis Games and published by 2K Games.

  8. The Paradise Cove is playable, Action-Adventure, Casual, Building, Management, Massively Multiplayer Online, and RTS Simulation created and published by Pocket Games.

  9. Dream Builder: Amusement Park is a Commercial, City-Building, Strategy, and Simulation created by Big Fish Games.

  10. Aztec Tribe is an Engaging, Action-Adventure, Strategy, Building, Management, and Single-player Simulation created and published by Big Fish Games.

  11. Consider going on a luxury cruise to wind up stranded on a mysterious island in the center of the Pacific Ocean.

  12. Become a logistics tycoon in this fascinating railroad strategy game.

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