Summary: SimCity is one of those games that I have loved when I was a kid. I bought this game and chose this rating because it is a great game and it's on a platform other than a computer. I'd recommend this game to anybody who loves SimCity or who plays Electronic Arts or Maxis games or just anybody who just loves building cities.
Summary: my boy wanted this so bad,but never got to play it.It would not completely load,yet it messed up my pc in so many ways.It had a virus,at least my pc said so,and now,it wont let me delete it either
Summary: At first it is easy then as the age progresses and pollution and riots rise, I always fail and have to start over. I stop playing it for a while then a few days later I try again and once again, fail. So frustrating!
Decent as a Handheld Version of SimCity, but Definitely Not the Best
Noah Bussell, Amazon
12 January 2014
Summary: I got this game a while ago, and although it's loads of fun, a seasoned player of the SimCity games will feel that the game leaves much to be desired. And, very unfortunately so, this is the case. For starters, I do want to mention that what is being done is quite cool to add to the series.
Summary: I have never played a sim's game before,so I gave this a try.It is very slow gameplay wise and you don't make enough money to build the things you need to like a fire station ect.It is also very boring .I thought this would be fun or similar to civilization revolution or tropico. It isn't at all.It is somewhat confusing of what to do in the game when you first start out,also if you make a mistake with the stylis you cannot remove what you did.I don't recommend this game...
Summary: The product arrived as suggested and looked great! I was surprised and thankful that I could create civilizations/cities in various times in history. Things I did not like: - You can only save two worlds at a time. - The zoom in/out isn't enough! The game is somewhat difficult to see even when maxed zoomed in! Overall, I paid $8 for the game including shipping and I would pay it again. However, I would not pay over $10.
Summary: I bought this game for an elementary school girl. She absolutely loves it! You can't complete it three hours, and it's challenging enough that it's fun. In this game, you build up a city through the ages. You get to watch it evolve from the Dawn of Time to a modern city. After you complete one stage, you get to choose between three or four different pictures. Each picture take you to a different age.