City of Desire is a new MMORTS for the iOS and Android platforms where your goal is to be a powerful city boss, put down riots and rebellions, grow your power and influence, and date your assistants and secretaries. You can build up your cash, gold, diamonds, and a whole lot more on your way there.
You can earn a range of rewards as you play through the game, such as resources, currencies, and more, but you can get an excellent boost at the beginning of the game (or any time, really) by entering redeem codes and claiming the prizes. Redeem codes can be given out by the developers for promotional purposes, as loyalty rewards, and more.
Read on for a list of redeem codes, how to find more of them, and how you can redeem them, in City of Desire!
In order to redeem codes, you don’t have to get through the entire tutorial first, but you do have to get through most of it. Once you get to the point where you can work on stuff other than what the game is telling you to click on, tap on your avatar.
Once you do that, tap on the settings button, then tap on the “redeem code“ button. Once the pop-up window opens up, enter your code by typing it or copying and pasting it, and confirm it, and you will get your rewards.
So how do you find more codes for this game? The best place to start looking is on the official social media pages for the game, especially Facebook, but also Twitter, Instagram, and wherever else you can find an account for this game. The codes come from the developers, and usually, they get posted here first.
Check all of the social media pages, not just one of them. Occasionally codes will get posted on one page without the other one, especially in the case of a code being a subscriber count reward or a contest reward. So check them all and scroll up and down the feeds to find more.
Codes frequently get released through streamers and Youtubers, instead of through the official social media channels. Twitch and YouTube are where you’re going to find the vast majority of gaming videos, so look all over both platforms for codes that have been posted by video creators.
When it comes to unofficial sources, check the Subreddit for this game, and check Facebook groups that have been made by fans. When fans find new codes, typically they are very likely to want to share them, and these are the two most likely places where they’re going to post them.
Another excellent pair of sources is the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. Go to the download page where you got this game, look at the reviews, and sort them from newest to oldest. Look for anybody who has posted a code, and then try it out. If you have any codes that you don’t see posted on a review, then leave a review with codes included in it.
As of right now, no codes have been released for this game yet, because it is brand new. Keep checking back, though, both to this article (bookmark it) into all of the source is listed above. We will find a new codes as soon as we post them!