SimEarth (Classic Game) Reviews
Description:Developed and published by Maxis. You have to guide life from its inception as single-celled microbes to a civilization. SimEarth simulates the Earth as a single living organism.
Newest Review: ... game is to guide a planet through its evolution and development. It gives you several different options for kinds of planet, ... more
Customer SimEarth (Classic Game) Reviews (2)
by - written on 06/01/12 (Very useful, 103 readings)
I've always been a fan of the simulation genre of games even as a kid, and the more unusual the better. As a result I was very excited many years ago when Maxis, in association with the Amiga Company, released Sim Earth for the PC and my dad bought it for me. It is still available to download from the usual places on the Internet, and is also available through the Wii virtual console for those who wish to play the SNES version, which was virtually identical. The game was also released in identical form for the Amiga, and the Apple Mac. The easiest way today to play Sim Earth is via the PC, however if you are running a reasonably modern operating system, you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/11/05, updated on 14/11/05 (Very useful, 847 readings)
Having received this game as a jokey gift from my other half when I wasn't feeling very well the other day, I wasn't entirely sure what to expect. He'd picked it up from a charity shop in a two for £2.50 deal, so however it turned out I was pretty certain it would be worth it, but as the cover itself had somewhat less-than-impressive graphics, I was a bit apprehensive, despite my addiction to The Sims. So, ignoring the less-than-overwhelming packaging, I put the disc into my computer. There was no autoplay and I had to go open the disc to manually find the setup programme, but once I'd located it the installation was a very quick and simple process. I was ... Read the complete review