Game Insight Hits Mac App Store For First Time With 2020: My Country For OS X

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When you hear about mobile games going cross-platform, you usually think iOS and Android. After that, it’s over to Amazon, Facebook, and maybe PC. But Game Insight hasn’t forgotten about Mac users, which is why it’s brought the futuristic city builder “2020: My Country” to the Mac App Store.

It’s the first time a Game Insight title has been released for OS X, but probably not the last if the move proves successful. “2020: My Country” allows players to build a city on your very own island nation at the turn of the next decade, complete with a full set of the features you’d expect from games in its genre: all kinds of structures and decorations to use, quests to undertake, and disasters to fend off. Plus there are flying cars, something this writer has been anticipating since he was but a wee lad.

The game has already been released on iOS, Android and Amazon, and Game Insight says more than 1.6 million players around the world have given it a try. It’s the sequel to the less sci-fi building title “My Country,” which reminds me of the song we used to sing before school began every day.

In any case, here’s a look at the game’s official trailer in case you’re thinking about downloading it from the Mac App Store:

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