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SimCity 2000

SimCity 2000 is a classic city building simulation, part of the popular SimCity series, developed by Maxis and designed by Will Wright. SimCity 2000 is a huge step up from the 2D predecessor SimCity and boasts improvements like: isometric view, underground, water pipes, subways, new buildings like prisons, schools, libraries, museums, etc.
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SimCity 2000 Network Edition, sometimes unofficially referred to as the "Gold Edition", was released in 1996 for Windows only. The game featured slightly different gameplay in network mode, where mayors may start with more money, but must buy land before building upon it. Players of the Network edition had the ability to share in-game resources and to compete or cooperate with other cities.

A re-packaged version of SimCity 2000, SimCity 2000 Special Edition (also known as the CD Collection), was released in 1995 for Microsoft Windows and DOS PCs.

In 1994, Maxis released an expansion pack to SimCity 2000 called Scenarios Vol. I: Great Disasters, which included new scenarios based on a number of possible disasters.

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Additional info about SimCity 2000

Status: NOT abandonware
Input: keyboard, mouse
Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, cd-rom
Abandonware DOS views: 40486
Series: SimCity 2000 is part of the SimCity series.
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  • 90's great games 22/02/2023 04:22
    Among my favourite strategy games in the 90's
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