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    When I visit San Francisco, I always look forward to riding its BART subway system. In my experience, the subway goes pretty close to wherever a gaming journalist might need to be visit. It's fast, safe, and best of all, affordable quite the treat for someone whose hometown has only rudimentary public transportation.
    One thing about the subway, though: most everybody keeps to themselves. The team at Cityglance and publisher 505 Games (makers of Terraria) intend to change that a little with their Cityglance social network and mobile app for Windows Phone, Android, and iOS. Already successful in Europe, Cityglance has just extended its reach to the United States as well. They call it the world's first social app designed for commuters, and it promises to make your trip better anywhere. And hey, it's free.

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    07-07-2015 11:42 AM

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