Sim Town (PC and Mac, CD-ROM) Maxis (046357103797) - 1995 USA, Canada Release

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Sim Town
Product ID 46357-10379
Product UPC 046357103797
Platform(s) PC and Mac
Media CD-ROM
Copyright date 1995
Publisher(s) Maxis
Category(s) Entertainment, Simulation
Recommended age(s) 6-10.
Country of Origin United States of America

Description from the packaging.

The town you build yourself.

Introduces ecology and economics in a creative, engaging simulation!

SimTown is the first game that lets kids build their own dream town and build key learning skills in the process. Kids choose from a colorful variety of houses, businesses and parks. And SimTown is open-ended, so new surprises and new learning opportunities pop up on Main Street every day.

  • Kids open stores and restaurants, and discover the basics of economics, including supply and demand.
  • Environmental advisors give players instant, hands-on lessons in balancing natural resources.
  • Players explore the fun and challenge of town planning as they add homes, businesses and recreation.
  • Kids can print their towns and color them in.

Kids design their own characters to populate their town- and decide what they like to do, eat and say. They can even give their resident Sim a pet!

Advisors help kids make resource decisions to meet the needs of their Sim citizens.

Kids can keep the town tiny, or add neighborhoods of log cabins and haunted houses. By peeking into the houses, players can see and find out about the people inside.

System Requirements

PC Windows 3.1
Required CPU 386DX
Required RAM 8MB
Requires Mouse Yes
Supported Audio Yes
Supported Video SVGA 256 Color
PC Windows 95
Required CPU 386DX
Required RAM 8MB
Requires Mouse Yes
Supported Audio Yes
Supported Video SVGA 256 Color
Mac System 6.0.7
Required CPU Mac II
Required RAM 4MB
Recommend RAM 8MB
Supported Video 13" 256 Color

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