Abandonware DOS title

SimAnt: The Electronic Ant Colony

SimAnt: The Electronic Ant Colony is an abandoned simulation game designed by Justin McCormick, Will Wright, developed by Maxis and released by Maxis in 1991. SimAnt: The Electronic Ant Colony runs on DOS but was also published for Amiga, SNES, Windows 3.x, Macintosh. Download the game here.

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SimAnt: The Electronic Ant Colony reviews

"SimAnt at heart is a simple game and doesn't have all the glittery action of adventure and action games but it is, after all, a simulation. What it does have is a great deal of integrity, intrigue and interaction and provides literally hours of immersive game play." - All Game Guide review

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It was rereleased by Maxis as part of the SimClassics suite.

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Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, 5,25 floppy disk, cd-rom

Also published for: Amiga, SNES, Windows 3.x, Macintosh

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