Intro: Cityscape is a massive infrastructure that requires constant maintenance in order to function properly. As the Repairman, it is your duty to ensure that all maintenance tasks are completed in a timely and efficient manner. Using a gamepad, you will navigate your Repairman through small industrial scenes and complete tasks such as repairing broken machines, replacing fuses, solving puzzles and fighting off enemy robots.
Comfort Level: Gentle
Internet connection: Not Required
Number of Players: Single Player
Space required: 264.87 MB
Supported Controllers: Gamepad
Age Rating: U
Price: £2.29 ($3)
Movement: Forward facing only
Playing Position: Sitting
Review: In this game, you play as a tiny repairman who has been tasked with various maintenance tasks to keep the Cityscape ticking over. Sometimes you have to fix machines, do some plumbing and even gathering up your tools for the next job, but of course, things are not that simple when you are tiny and it often involves placing down blocks and solving other things before you can work on the main puzzle.
Overlooking the play area I loved seeing the little workman run around below. With simple, easy to get to grips with controls and some tricky puzzles there is enough to keep you amused for some time. While it might not be biggest of games when it comes to content it does look pretty great and most of all its loads of fun. Seeing your little repairman run around for the first time is a right laugh, but you soon find yourself knuckling down to solving puzzles and this is indeed the perfect little puzzle game to waste a few hours on.