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SimCity 2000: Network Edition (Windows)

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Description

Like the original "SimCity 2000" for Windows95 game, but with added 'network support' for more than one person.

Play as a single player or setup a LAN-based game as a server or client to three other players, Modem-to-modem of two people or Internet game on a decidated online server for a team of three.

Multiplayer games involve sharing control of the same city for a common purpose or against other. Land ownership shows the extend of your opponents territory. Hold discussions with your opponents, negotiate proposal contracts to providing or exchanging essential services like medical facilities to managing resources like electricity.

Submit or vote on a series of policy ordinances to enhance your the life of your city like shelters for the homeless to banning smoking measures or conduct your own town meetings.

The budget is entirely your own. Keep informed about local and national events by reading the newspaper or view one of the city information windows to access your progress from population projections to maps showing levels of crime, pollution and land values.

With no firm end time or set mission to complete, players can happily focus on developing their city as there are no winners or losers.

Pack includes a bonus "Urban Renewal Kit" (SKURK) and "New Scenarios" originally included on "SimCity 2000 CD Collection".


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PC Player (Germany) Oct, 1996 4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars 80
GameSpot Aug 08, 1996 7.9 out of 10 79
High Score Dec, 1996 2 out of 5 40

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Garcia (4784) added SimCity 2000: Network Edition (Windows) on Oct 05, 2006