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DescriptionSimEarth puts you in charge of an entire planet throughout its 10 billion year lifespan. Your ultimate task is to guide the planet’s inhabitants into the stars, from its humble single-celled roots.
The main threats you face include pollution, disease, famine, war and global warming. The controls available to you include the chance to move mountains and continents, creating different levels of species, and unleash tidal waves and earthquakes so as to reshape your planet. All of these things take from your limited energy, which must be replenished.
- "模擬地球" -- Chinese spelling (traditional)
- "SimEarth: Der lebende Planet" -- German title
- "Sim Earth" -- Alternate spelling
- "シムアース" -- Japanese spelling
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The Press Says
|Entertainment Weekly||Apr 02, 1993||A-||91|
|All Game Guide||1998||50|
|Super Play Magazine UK||Jun, 1993||34 out of 100||34|
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TriviaThe European version of this game is multilingual: Language must be chosen when installing. Choices: English, French, German.
PCGamer77 (3030) added SimEarth: The Living Planet (SNES) on Jun 07, 2002
FCI Inc.Original Design:
Kazuhiko Saito (FCI Inc.)Manager:
Margot Blattmann (FCI Inc.)Account Manager:
Koji Higuchi (Imagineer)Mr. GAIA Design:
Reiko Oshida (Imagineer)Program:
Takashi Yoshiba (TomCat System), Naoko Kanazawa (TomCat System), Yukio Takahashi (TomCat System), Masato Nagashima (TomCat System), Ken Kasamatsu (TomCat System)Music:
Takane Ookubo (TomCat System)