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: 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: Sim City works well oN nintendo DS, good graphics, easy to figure out. Battery tends to wear out a bit sooner (this is a 2012 model) then with other games as you have to leave it on to keep things moving. Otherwise, fun to use, great when waiting for a flight!
Summary: I have had this game since it came out and I love it. First off I will say I love the ds version better than the wii version. I enjoyed the graphics and really loved the fact that you go threw the ages. You start out in the old age times like the dawn of civilization where your people are cave men and you build stuff with trees instead of money and can go as far as the future era. there are many things to unlock .
Summary: I bought this game as a present but I also have it myself. I think it is very interesting and easy to learn. It takes up a lot of time due to the nature of what you are doing. Play time just goes on and on. I like being able to build on something. It can be challenging as you progress but I really like it.
Summary: This game is a nice spin on Sim City. It is a bit slow-going, but it is easy to learn and maintain the city. I find it fun and addictive and I'm in my 30's, so I figure kids will like it, too. The only downside is that you have to play the challenge mode first so that you can unlock everything for sandbox mode. I've always been one to go straight to the sandbox; however, the challenge mode is not that hard and offers hours of gameplay.
Summary: This is an awsome game. For those sim sim city veterans that have played most every sim city games, expect the graphics of sim city 3000. For everyone else, there are only about 5 types of buildings for each zone, and the density of that zone. The interface is simple, though talking to the people at the edge of the screen is dificult. Also the grid is realy small making it hard to delete what you want and nothing else (other mistakes you can undo).