Start with an underdeveloped town (you name itself) and to build the metropolis. Or take up the challenge to rescue the city overwhelmed with problems. Either way, taxes, zoning, crime, transport, education, fire control, and other critical issues are in your hands.
Time passes, and every decision you make has a future consequence. Assistant, Dr. Wright, can help to make the right decisions. Just ask! Surprise disasters also threaten a growing city such as fire, earthquake, plane crash, even a giant Koopa who has a nose for industrial pollution!
Do you plan to build an ideal city? Or disgruntled citizens to leave you a ghost town?
SimCity was released on the Super Nintendo in 1991, was one of the first games released as soon as the first three (Mario World, F-Zero and Pilot Wings). There really is not much to say about the story; You’ve been elected mayor of barren land form (plus water) and the aim is to make it Megalopolis 500,000 citizens. Sounds easy? It is not.
Graphics in the game:
The graphics do not fit the game well and actually they are truly average. The music is simply great as the game fits perfectly within the game structure. Making it all blend together very nicely, so this is very enjoyable to play.
This game was not a showcase for the SNES graphic features, nor is it intended to be. However, there were some pretty cool effects here as the seasons change every three months, which will change color from green to brown to white forests. The ” zones ” do not appear as they would in real life, especially when they were first built.
Airports and ports, looks pretty good. It is also quite easy to say what will happen, which is always a plus, for example, when the region needs power, you see lightning flashing it. Some structures are also animated, Industrial Zones in particular.
To be honest, until you get to Metropolis (100,000 inhabitants), the music is really kind of annoying, but before that, the theme of Disaster is one of the best you will hear. Music does not seem to fit any stage of development of your city is. Of course, when the music does not get annoying, it really does not help.
Sound Effects wise, there is really thin selection, in addition to clicking on the icons and investment zones. Sometimes you can get rail car or taking off Plane taking off (or collapse, just before the disaster, cool music). Other than that, there is really very little sound effects through out the game.
While it is true that the game would really benefit from a mouse device, this game was inherited from the SNES mouse to a year, so that is not an option. In spite of this, the game control really well, and there is quite a bit to do, even in light of this game sequel, SimCity 2000 and 3000. You can set the game speed, to extract disasters in your town to your liking (you can not bet the almighty Nuclear Meltdown …), or go to Dr. Wright some advice.
Of course, in order to achieve your goals, you need to listen to citizens and to give them what they want. Icon interface allows you to use this information when necessary. As far as going to build a city, it is really easy: just click on the structure you want to build, find a place for it, push a button, and the “BAM” is your structure.
Although it’s not really a story, the basic starting point was a very original of its time. You are the mayor of a city that you have to control the Megalopolisdom. Keep in mind that the story was not a very important part of video games in 1991 was the starting point would have been different. But let’s face it, it’s not a story that will keep you playing this game.
Honestly, I have the belief that pulls out in Megalopolis in the right way is one of the most difficult feat in all of video gaming. And Big Money Code you may already know does not really make it any easier. As with any game of its kind, you have to go slowly and to build a solid financial foundation before you can build any kind at a decent pace (As such, you spend a lot of time in the Game Speed set to Fast, just waiting around). Big Money code to do this faster, but not any easier to trust me.
However, there is not much to do when you win this game. Of course, you probably never win the game, is the sense of the Megalopolis. If you get tired, you can challenge one of six scenarios in which you will be given the city the problem varies from the mundane (Traffic, Crime) and related catastrophic (Nuclear Meltdown). You will have a certain period of five or 10 years to do to remedy the situation.
It is quite a challenge to stay on a budget this time, because you will probably lose several hundred dollars per year is not only to improve the city. Before you beat them, it is a lot of fun to play, but