At first I like the game, but over time, it was the same thing over and over again-place streets, make electricity available, blah blah blah.
Gameplay-This game is pretty easy. The Freeplay mode is fun, except the first time you play you can only choose from one type of map to build your city on. Also, you have only $50,000 to start out with. (Hint: Enter MONEYBAGS exactly the way I have it written at the password screen in Options) The Challenge mode is fun once you get farther into time. You start out in the Stone Ages and progress through times like the Renaissance Age, the Asian Development Age, and the Global Warming Age-present age.
Sound-To make a long story short, the music stinks like a dirty diaper.
Graphics-The graphics are okay except the buildings look flat and the trains don't turn on the railroad tracks.
Lasting Appeal-The game gets old the more you play. I for one haven't played every age in Challenge Mode but once you play a lot of the ages, you get bored because most of the ages are basically the same things, except the buildings look different.
Conclusion-Overall, if you liked the Sim City games for PC, you will like this game. If not, don't waste your money unless you buy it for a very-and I mean very-low price.
No: I don’t recommend this product