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  • Summary: Attention SimCopter pilot. You're cleared for rooftop landing in SimCity 2000, where the local temperature is a balmy 678 degrees. That's because there's a five-alarm fire in progress, not to mention rampant riots and SimCitizens running for their SimLives. So soar through 30 built-in citiesAttention SimCopter pilot. You're cleared for rooftop landing in SimCity 2000, where the local temperature is a balmy 678 degrees. That's because there's a five-alarm fire in progress, not to mention rampant riots and SimCitizens running for their SimLives. So soar through 30 built-in cities in hyper-realistic 3-D and perform death-defying missions-from medevac rescues to aerial firefighting. Complete your heroics and receive your rewards; it snazzier copter, a tougher mission and more near-death experiences. Or import your own SimCity 2000 cities and stamp out skyrocketing crime and permanent gridlock. Expand
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  1. Feb 2, 2014
    10
    It's gud
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  2. Mar 26, 2014
    8
    Before the GTA series happened, this gem allowed you to fly through a virtual city like a boss. Nowadays it probably looks and plays likeBefore the GTA series happened, this gem allowed you to fly through a virtual city like a boss. Nowadays it probably looks and plays like count crapula, but to me it'll always be epic & revolutionary. Expand