Concrete Jungle combines all the complexity of a city management sim with the accessibility of a tabletop deck-building game.

Structures come in the form of cards, which you place on a grid to build up your city.

The city itself is presented in detailed, isometric blocks, in the style of classic management sims.

It isn't a matter of just laying down blocks, though. A point sysem and different demands from residents will require different planning strategies, making the game increasingly difficult.

Concrete Jungle is currently on Kickstarter. It's already passed its very modest goal of £3,000, but still has nearly a full month left.

Its campaign states plans for PC and Mac development, with Android and iOS a possibility later down the line.

If you want to see that happen, you can consider backing it on Kickstarter here.