This software is BRAND NEW. Packaging may differ slightly from the stock photo above. Please click on our logo above to see over 15,000 titles in stock.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 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.

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3 comments for “SimTower

  1. Reviewer Kid
    March 6, 2013 at 6:46 AM

    Sim Tower This game lets you you build a vertical empire. As you build, your population grows larger. You start with $2,000,000 and as your population grows so does your fund. As you achieve higher ratings (1 star, 2 star, 3 star, 4 star, 5 star, and “the tower”), you can build more things. To be awarded the stars needed to get 5 stars and higher you have to meet certain requirements. You can name 20 people and 20 tenants. This game takes a few months so it will pass time. It is also a good game if you like only small amounts of pressure. As you journey on your trip to a “the tower” ranking you take up many challanes. Keeping good evaluation and dealing with terrorists who will go to any level to charge you money. But you might not have to pay them, if you have good security. I think this would be a good game to have because of all of the traits listed above. So consider it when you want a game.

  2. "anubis_iv"
    March 6, 2013 at 6:48 AM

    An easy to learn, semi-addictive game From the makers of the acclaimed SimCity comes SimTower. This game, although from an impressive company with a good reputation, doesn’t live up to it’s good name as well as it should. The view for the majority of the game is the same, just getting bigger, it’s a cut-a-way of a hotel. The game is simple, build a 5-star hotel, but the work to get it there is far from simple. This game is challenging, time taking, somewhat addictive game. You build apartments in your building if you want a constant source of profit. Condos are built if you want a one-time payment. You build theaters, escalators, resaurants, offices, and more in this game. As your rating increases(2 star to 3 star…) so does the amount of items you have the ability to insert. The reason I gave this a four star instead of five is just beacuse I didn’t find it incredibly addictive. It couldn’t hold my attention long enough. Most of the time is spent waiting for your money to accumulate so that you can purchase new features. All-in-all I would reccommend this game, even with its downsides, just because it is a fun and simple game to learn and play. I think I might go play it right now.

  3. S. Hebbron "S B H."
    March 6, 2013 at 6:56 AM

    An oldy but a goody. I think Sim Tower suffered by virtue of the fact although it was highly inventive, engaging and fun; it looked old fashioned, awkward and silly in a short space of time. Had it been released in a time when computer technology was not so rapid in it’s change and advancement then it may have had a chance to become a classic game. That said, in my opinion it is a bit of a gem and really quite subtly educational. It has it’s faults and flaws but they are part of the fun really. A tip I would offer is to leave it running overnight to build up building funds. You may return to minor disasters, flea bitten hotel rooms, fires, bombs, out of business stores; but you will have the capital to remedy the situation and do some more building. Some good old fashioned kind of computer fun if that can indeed be said!

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