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SimTower: The Vertical Empire (Windows 3.x)

ESRB Rating
Genre
Perspective
Theme
74
MobyRank
100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
3.3
MobyScore
5 point score based on user ratings.

SimTower: The Vertical Empire Credits

Tokyo Team

Concept and Game DesignYutaka Saitō
ProgrammingTakumi Abe, Nobuyuki Kimura
ArtworkAtsushi Hotta, Yo Murashima, Hidesato Matsumoto
SoundsYasuhiro Kawasaki
Project ManagerMasahiko Tsukuno

Maxis Team

ProducerMichael Perry, John Csicsery
Product ManagerJulia Hing
Lead TestersMichael H. Gilmartin, Cathy Castro
Additional TestingCathy Castro, Kirk Lesser
QA SupervisorAlan Barton
Tech Support LeadChris Charman
Additional ArtworkShannon Galvin
Additional Sound EffectsMichael Perry
ManufacturingVal Garcia, Martin Chan, Kim Vincent
DocumentationTom Bentley
CopyeditingDebra Larson, Michael Bremer, Bob Sombrio
Documentation DesignVera Jaye, Kristine Brogno
LayoutAmy Melker
Package DesignJamie Davison Design Inc.
Package IllustrationDavid Schleinkofer
National Merchandising ManagerJames T. Seaman III

Special Thanks to

Special Thanks ToWill Wright, Bob Derber, Joe Scirica, Jeff Braun, Sam Poole, Michael Bremer, James Doornbos, Neil Alexander, John Lewis, Brian Conrad, Deborah Gross, Doug Litke, Ileana Sander, Robin Harper, D. B. Cooper

Other Games

In addition to this game, the following people are listed as working on other games. No more than 25 people are listed here, even if there are more than 25 people who have also worked on other games.

Michael H. Gilmartin, 145 other games
Will Wright, 65 other games
Jeff Braun, 52 other games
Michael Perry, 42 other games
Michael Bremer, 28 other games
Joe Scirica, 25 other games
Alan Barton, 22 other games
Tom Bentley, 20 other games
Brian Conrad, 18 other games
James T. Seaman III, 16 other games
Val Garcia, 16 other games
Shannon Galvin, 15 other games
Robin Harper, 14 other games
Kirk Lesser, 14 other games
Kim Vincent, 14 other games
Vera Jaye, 13 other games
Debra Larson, 12 other games
John Csicsery, 9 other games
Sam Poole, 9 other games
Julia Hing, 8 other games
Cathy Castro, 8 other games
Bob Sombrio, 8 other games
James Doornbos, 7 other games
Chris Charman, 6 other games
Martin Chan, 6 other games

Collaborations

People who have worked on this game have also collaborated on the creation of the following games:

SimCity 2000: Network Edition, a group of 21 people
SimCity 2000, a group of 20 people
SimTown, a group of 20 people
SimCity 2000 Urban Renewal Kit, a group of 17 people
SimIsle: Missions in the Rainforest, a group of 16 people
SimGolf, a group of 15 people
SimCopter, a group of 15 people
SimAnt: The Electronic Ant Colony, a group of 15 people
The Crystal Skull, a group of 14 people
SimFarm, a group of 13 people
Full Tilt! Pinball, a group of 12 people
SimHealth, a group of 11 people
A-Train Construction Set, a group of 11 people
Unnatural Selection, a group of 10 people
El-Fish, a group of 10 people
SimCity, a group of 9 people
SimLife, a group of 8 people
A-Train, a group of 8 people
Rome: Pathway to Power, a group of 7 people
SimCity 3000, a group of 7 people
SimEarth: The Living Planet, a group of 7 people
The Sims, a group of 6 people
SimTunes, a group of 6 people
SimCity Enhanced CD-ROM, a group of 6 people
SimCity 2000: CD Collection, a group of 5 people

Credits for this game were contributed by james seaman (22), NGC 5194 (17312) and Corn Popper (69753)