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The fab strategy sim Mini Metro now has full Steam Workshop support

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After recently expanding the game with a free update with Nigeria and Chile, Dinosaur Polo Club have given users another reason to come back to their excellent strategy sim.

This update comes six years after the original release, so it seems good things come to those who wait. Adding in Steam Workshop support, you can now make your own maps and share them with everyone. They also crafted detailed instructions on how to actually get map-making, which doesn't seem to be too complicated. Everything is done through plain JSON files with no special tools needed.

Pictured - the Tokyo: Mega Metro user map.

As the developer mentioned in a previous update post, we can expect more to come for Mini Metro. This appears to be the major featured mentioned, so we're now waiting on another map expansion to come. Pretty amazing how they've supported it for this long - it must be continuing to sell well.

You can buy Mini Metro from Humble StoreGOGitch.io and Steam. It's also 50% off on Steam for the Autumn Sale, this the cheapest price it has been on Steam so don't miss out on a fantastic game.

Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
Tags: Indie Game, Mod, Steam, Update | Apps: Mini Metro
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