SimCity 2000: CD Collection Screenshots

User Screenshots

DOS version

The install process prompts for the player's name & title before giving them a choice of full or custom installation.
The installation takes a long, long time
This title screen follows the MAXIS company logo
The main menu
The scenario selection screen
The scenario selection screen. There are eighteen to choose from
The start of the Paris scenario where a petrol tanker has overturned and caused a massive fire. The city can be viewed full screen if required
This is the city of Bay View. It's one of the winning entries from Maxis' 1994 city creation contest.
The Urban Renewal Kit is a separate DOS process. This is the title screen
The Urban Renewal Kit's main menu
The Urban Renewal Kit - inside the beast playing around with tile sets. This is how the player can use buildings from one time period in a city in another time

Windows version

This title screen follows the game's installation. The Goodies option opens a folder on the CD where there are demo versions of SimTown and Widget Workshop
The main title screen. This is used as a backdrop to the main menu
The main menu
The WillTV option on the main menu leads to this screen. Each button shows Will Wright answering a separate question
The WillTV option leads ultimately to four short video interviews with Will Wright. Here's Will answering the question "How did you design SimCity Classic and SimCity 2000?"
The city selection window, there are seventy four options to choose from
This is the city of Hawaii. It is one of the winning user submitted cities from Maxis' 1994 competition
The Windows version has a more familiar help file, here it's showing some of the Windows specific features which we now take for granted
The Urban Renewal Kit title screen
This is shown as the product loads - which does not take very long.
The Urban renewal Kit looks different under Windows. The player can customise which of these three windows open when SCURK opens
The Windows Urban renewal Kit gets an updated help function

Windows 3.x version

Residential, Commercial, Industrial zones.
Roads and power
Inhabitants flock from far off lands to my little hell.
View of the Nation
Underground view of the water system.
Zoom in
Building details
Futuristic tile set
The Oni Herald
More, more, more thats all you ever ask for.
The first title screen. Nothing here to show that this is the Special Edition or that this is version 1.2 of the game
The second title screen. Still no indication that this is a Special Edition
The main menu. At last something that shows this is the Special Edition, the 'Watch Will TV' option links to four mini interviews with the developer Will Wright
This is the Will TV option. There are four mini interviews here, in each developer Will Wright answers a specific question such as 'What got you started developing Sim games'
The Will TV option. Here Will Wright is answering the question "What is your vision for the future of Sim games?"
The 'Load a City' option. In the Special edition there are over seventy cities to choose from including the top twenty from Maxis' 1994 city creation contest
The scenario selection screen, there are eighteen of these in the Special edition
The start of the Atlanta UFO Invasion scenario

Official Screenshots

  • SimCity 2000: CD Collection Screenshot
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  • SimCity 2000: CD Collection Screenshot
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  • SimCity 2000: CD Collection Screenshot
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  • SimCity 2000: CD Collection Screenshot
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  • SimCity 2000: CD Collection Screenshot
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  • SimCity 2000: CD Collection Screenshot
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  • SimCity 2000: CD Collection Screenshot
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  • SimCity 2000: CD Collection Screenshot
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  • SimCity 2000: CD Collection Screenshot
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  • SimCity 2000: CD Collection Screenshot
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  • SimCity 2000: CD Collection Screenshot
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  • SimCity 2000: CD Collection Screenshot
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