A few years ago some friends and I returned to SimTown after finding a copy and had a blast playing it. Somehow it ran just fine on the modern Windows at the time and even though it wasn't perfect it I had a lot of fun playing it. The best part of SimTown is that it doesn't get bogged down with complex simulations and lets you build your tower as you want, with minimal direction. One downside of letting the player do something in a way that isn't optimal is that it is possibly frustrating but that's not always a bad way to learn.

I quite enjoyed this SimTower review by Hungry Goriya and recommend you all check it out. I don't quite look at the negatives in the same way, but I learned a few things like SimTower got a spiritual successor in 1998 called Yoot Tower that looks like a proper follow up!

"SimTower is a game that I passed a lot of time with in my youth. It's a simulation game where you build a massive one-stop-shop tower with every amenity you'd ever need, and more. Revisiting it was a dream come true but it wasn't quite as warm and fuzzy as I remembered. 🍖"


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