- Scoring tokens instead of having to write scores on a pad. - 4 players instead of 5. - Players start with the "building shack" ability already. In The City, one needs to build this building first, before he can build 2 buildings in one turn. - The "Explore/Research" action, works differently, since you can upgrade it in Jump. - Prerequisites, colors, types of cards/planets are different, likely resulting in different strategies. - Interaction (in the form of "if your opponent has this") is present in both games, but Jump Drive seems to have more of it.
Anyway, I rate Big City a 9, so I'm interested.
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