Abandonware DOS title

Yoot Tower

Sega released Yoot Tower in the year 1999; it's an old simulation game, part of the SimTower series. Yoot Tower is NOT abandonware, runs on Windows and can be played in single player mode.
Yoot Tower splash screen
Rating: 4.17
(18 votes)
NOT abandonware (why?)

Yoot Tower downloads

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Additional info

A new addition of the game is the ability to expand the game using plug-ins released for download which would add new features, such as new facilities (e.g. additional shops, restaurants, and services, ranging from a Glico store to a swimming pool), new events, billboards, and movies, as well as other aspects of gameplay.

Yoot Tower includes a non-invasive form of static in-game advertising. Users can place billboards for Apple Computer and Sega, while there are tenants featuring real-world stores like GameWorks, Orange Julius or Air Jamaica. Some updates include more real-world tenants and billboards. The Japanese version of Yoot Tower even has a Glico store.

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