Yesterday, I heard I'd won a prize in a Geographical Magazine competition.
It was a copy of a city simulation which I'd been considering buying in any case to help support my work teaching about cities and how they develop. It's called Cities:Skylines.
The game is available to download on Steam, and has some great reviews.
Today there was an article in the Guardian showing how some real cities have been modelled by the game's creators.
Will share what I do with it here once I get my copy downloaded.
I already have one game on Steam waiting for a few hours when I can explore it. It's called Never Alone, and looks similarly stunning, although the subject matter is rather different.