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Statistical Proof of the SimCity 3000 Revival

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Impressive !!

I think SC4 has always been a bit too "complicated" for some people... Not that it's rocket science but it's less relaxing than SC3.
Now that there's a GOG version that runs smoothlessly on modern systems, it's back !!

What more can you wish for? It's inexpensive (on sale at 2.99$ most of the time), it's cute, it has a fantastic soundtrack... and now we're rediscovering that there's custom content for it (even if there are some big limitations...) and working on some more. Great !! :thumb:

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49 minutes ago, Cool_Z said:

Don't break our dreams...

Oh, heaven forfend.  I played SC3K quite happily for a little over three years around 2000.  Good times, good times.  It was the latest iteration in a game that had unlimited potential, which SC4 took to the next level.  Then the city builder world just seemed to stop for around a decade.  Everything released after SC4 was hype and garbage until Cities: Skylines came along.  I don't even remember the names of some of them, they were that bad.  But SC3K was good stuff.

David

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