Cities are machines for making life liveable.
But when machines break down, they don't do what they are supposed to, and they can even be dangerous. So what happens when a /city/ breaks down? Well, instead of making life better, it makes it worse. Don't just take our word for it - there's science behind it. Cities that aren't working properly make their inhabitants unhappy, and that's what Fallen City is all about.
The residents of these streets are definitely not happy, and the only way they'll ever get back to their normal cheery selves is by getting that machine running again.
So take to the streets with brooms and cups of tea to calm down the angry, find fancy hats in the rubble. We'll the get Fallen City back on its feet!
Puzzle your way through six ruined districts of the city, fixing up vital buildings to progress.
Work with the denizens of Fallen City to entertain the bored, repair ruined buildings, calm down raging angries.
Discover the vital uses of strange buildings across Fallen City.
Uncover collectible skills and items!
Cities and Citizenship?
This is a game about what cities are for, and what can happen when they go wrong. It's got some fun ideas and important theories backing it up, but mostly it's about what happens when people work together to see what cities could be, and why they make life better when they're working as intended.
What you'll need
All you need to play Fallen City is a relatively-decent Windows computer (or Mac, if you downloaded the Mac version) with a graphics card that's capable of Shader 2.0.