Sim Tower (PC) Reviews
Product Type: Dice PC games
Description:Manufacturer: Dice / Genre: Family & Entertainment / Strategy / Build your real estate empire from the ground up. As owner and landlord of the building, your objective is to construct and develop a balanced and profitable commercial property by leasing space ... more
Sim Tower (PC) ... inside for apartments, offices, restaurants, and shops. Name your tenants and watch their everyday activities to plan improvements to your building's design. Terrorists, fire, and even a visiting VIP pile on more fun as you build your way to a 100-story self-contained city in a skyscraper.
Newest Review: ... 98 DirectX: N/A Multiplayer: N/A Players initially begin this game with a $2M budget and must start their construction with ... more
Customer Sim Tower (PC) Reviews (2)
by - written on 19/11/09 (Very useful, 67 readings)
"SimTower: The Vertical Empire" is a video game which was released by Maxis in December 1994. It follows closely with the other "Sim" branded video games wherein the user must manage available resources and develop systems based on the objective of the game. Here, players must construct a skyscraper in aims of achieving the game's lucrative five star rating. In the United States the game received a rating of "E" which deemed it suitable for all ages. The game is now approaching its 15th anniversary since issuance and I'm pleased to report that the title is still fully operable on the Windows XP operating system. As the game was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/11/07, updated on 07/11/07 (Very useful, 245 readings)
Shortly after Maxis' release of SimCity 2000, the firm acquired the license to the Japanese company OPeNBooK Co., Ltd's computer game, The Tower, and released it as SimTower in 1994.The premise of the game is quite simple: you are building a skyscraper, and must use the options available to garner star ratings, which are rather like hotel stars and reveal the quality of the service and facilities on offer. Each star rating advance opens up a new set of choices you can build into your tower in order to add enough variety to attract consumers and businesses, and advance to the next star rating level. Initially, all you can build are lobby space, offices, fast ... Read the complete review
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