Yoot Tower Reviews (Macintosh)
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About This Particular Macintosh (Feb, 1999)
All of the above aside, I liked Yoot Tower. I mean, where else can you be a building owner, hotel manager, and movie theatre owner all in one?
Fans of and newcomers to sim games will enjoy this game. Perhaps, like me, a little too much.
Mac Game Gate (1998)
In short this is a quiet non-violent building simulation game. It would provide a good learning tool in resource management and Capitalism 101 for anyone who wishes their child might grow up to become a property baron. It you are into that sort of thing, this game is a must. It is well presented and well laid out, it runs on even the most basic of PowerMacs and it is never ending. An interesting, calm way to spend a snowy Saturday afternoon in January. Yoot's Tower is good game if not a great one.
MacNN (Nov 16, 1998)
For Mac users, it's been a while since a solid simulation game has come along. Yoot Tower erases that trend as an addictive, challenging, and enjoyably complex title. Not only that, but thanks to Yoot Saito's personal dedication to the platform, you can be playing Yoot Tower more than a month before your PC counterparts will.
Mac Addict (Mar, 1999)
In sum, Yoot Tower is a terrific simulation that lets you control just how much you want to control in your universe. We highly recommend it to those who prefer games that reward you for actual play, not for scoring points, and to those who like creation and management rather than violence and destruction.