Download SimCity: Societies PC Game 2008

Download SimCity: Societies

Size to download: 1.63 GB. Version: v 1.1.0.273 [NEW VERSION]

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Memory: 1 GB
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 2.1 GHz, AMD Athlon 64 2100+

Graphics: GeForce 5700 or Radeon 9200
OS: XP, Vista, 7
Year: 2008
Developer: TILED MILL ENTERTINMENT
Version: v 1.1.0.273 [NEW VERSION]

SIMCITY: Societies - the fifth of the famous town planning simulator with a huge scope for creativity and creating a personal project - his huge megalpolis living according to your rules.

The main change was adding in addition to the development of economic or tourist and so on, also sociological well-being. You need to build a society, with your values ​​and stuff, which will not conflict with each other on the basis of different views on everyday problems. Unlike other parts of the series, the emphasis is now not on the development of infrastructure (although it is still important and fulfilled at the level), but on the human resource and its condition.

Building its settlement, with prospects to become a technological, modern metropolis with a huge price of real estate and prestigious territories for living, has undergone minimal changes. There are different types of landscapes to choose from when creating the world, then everything starts from the first streets and roads. Developing the economy with the help of taxes from a business that makes a profit, in your city will gradually become comfortable, and it will grow very rapidly.

In addition to finance, now there are such types of social energy: prosperity, productivity, knowledge, spirituality, law-ability, and so on. They will affect all areas of activity. Social energy can be earned by the buildings of almost every type of buildings, from houses and cottages to police sites and universities. Distributing them, as you will be pleased with the city, living according to the rules of their mayor - your laws.

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