Obtenha SimCity 4 e SimCity™ 4 Hora do Rush em um conveniente pacote. Crie, desenvolva e dê vida ao seu ambiente urbano ideal. Lute contra desastres realistas e fantasiosos. Jogue a qualquer momento, em qualquer lugar. Governe a sua metrópole virtual do jeito que quiser com SimCity 4.
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Data de lançamento: 22/set/2003

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Obtenha SimCity 4 e SimCity™ 4 Hora do Rush em um conveniente pacote. Crie, desenvolva e dê vida ao seu ambiente urbano ideal. Lute contra desastres realistas e fantasiosos. Jogue a qualquer momento, em qualquer lugar. Governe a sua metrópole virtual do jeito que quiser com SimCity 4.
Em SimCity 4, você não só constrói a sua cidade, mas também dá vida a ela. Crie uma megalópole costurando cidades, indo de comunidades residenciais a um centro urbano de alta tecnologia ou de um destino paradisíaco a uma vila agrícola. Você pode criar uma região de cidades conectadas que compartilham e disputam recursos conectadas por uma rede de transporte totalmente integrada. Use poderes "divinos" para criar cordilheiras, vales e rios para construir a metrópole mais realista imaginável. A nova engine de simulação oferece feedback imediato para que você possa reagir às necessidades de uma metrópole em expansão. Agora edifícios individuais e os seus lotes dão-lhe feedback. Use os recursos "Meu Sim" para personalizar o seu Sim, movê-lo para qualquer área e acompanhar a sua experiência na cidade, além de obter feedback instantâneo sobre o progresso da cidade. Cada decisão tem um impacto maior e lhe dá a habilidade de responder com maior eficácia.
Inclui SimCity™ 4 Hora do Rush: Tenha o controle definitivo sobre a rede de transporte da cidade ao comandar completamente estradas, trilhos, o espaço aéreo, os mares e até mesmo veículos. As missões "Você Dirige" serão apresentadas a você para resolver, como perseguir um ladrão de banco ou prender um ladrão de carro. Se missões forem completadas com sucesso, você será recompensado com novos edifícios e veículos. Ao consertar problemas e completar missões, a sua aprovação subirá e os Sims pipocarão na sua cidade. Escolha vários novos tipos de estrada incluindo largas avenidas, pontes suspensas e estradas de mão única, além de mapear redes regionais que levam Sims de uma cidade à outra. Opções adicionais incluem criar uma metrópole com um conjunto de edifícios com visual euro-contemporâneo ou personalizar novas criações colocando placas e sinais em ruas, montanhas, vizinhanças e pontos de interesse. Cause o caos com desastres novos, como uma invasão alienígena, acidentes gigantescos em cruzamentos férreos e a ocasional batidinha no trânsito. Há também novos tutoriais disponíveis para ajudar você a pegar o jeito. Novos níveis de dificuldade também estão disponíveis para que você possa criar a cidade dos seus sonhos.

Compatibilidade com sistemas

Testes de desempenho e compatibilidade com hardware foram realizados com SimCity na época do lançamento original. Enquanto a experiência clássica do SimCity 4 continua a mesma, problemas de desempenho e gráficos inesperados com sistemas mais novos podem ocorrer. Se você tiver qualquer problema de desempenho ou gráfico, recomendamos rodar no modo janela ou ativar o modo de compatibilidade para manter a experiência desejada.

Requisitos de sistema

PC
Mac
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: PIII 500 or equivalent
    • Memory: 256MB
    • Graphics: 32MB supported Direct3D capable video card with DirectX 7.0 or greater
      compatible driver
    • DirectX®: DirectX 8.1
    • Hard Drive: 1.6GB
    • Supported 3D Accelerator Hardware: SimCity 4 Deluxe / Rush Hour requires a 32MB 3D Direct3D chipset, and a display that is at least 800x600 in size, and supports 16 or 32-bit color. It is recommended to always install the latest certified drivers for all your hardware
     

    Supported Graphics Chipsets

    Cards with these chipsets are officially supported by the SimCity 4 hardware graphics driver:
    nVidia: http://www.nvidia.com
    • nVidia TNT2, TNT2 M64, & TNT2 Ultra
    • nVidia GeForce SDR, GeForce DDR, GeForce Quadro, GeForce2 GTS, GeForce2 MX, GeForce2 GTS, GeForce3, GeForce4 MX, GeForce4 Ti 4200/4400/4600/4800 SE, and GeForceFX 5200/5600/5800/5900
    ATI: http://www.ati.com
    • ATI Radeon 7000, 7200, 7500, 8500, 9000, 9200, 9500, 9600, 9700, 9800
    • Known Issues: Due to hardware limitations with the ATI Radeon series, some buildings and graphic effects will be temporarily turned off while scrolling. There is a known ATI driver defect that results in SimCity advisor animations dropping polygons. To fix this, please download ATI driver 7.79 or later (also referred to as CATALYST 02.4) from http://www.ati.com on the Internet.
    Matrox: http://www.matrox.com
    • Matrox G400, G450, G550, Parhelia
    SiS: http://www.sis.com
    • SiS 315, Xabre 400
    Software Mode: SimCity 4 also provides a software-based graphics driver which will work with most video cards. 32MB of video memory is recommended. The graphics mode driver can be selected from the Graphics Options panel in the game, or may be run from the command line using the switch -d:Software. The following video chipsets will run the game properly in software mode:
    • PowerVR KYRO, KYRO II
    • Trident Blade 64
    Minimum:
    • OS: 10.8.5 (Mountain Lion), 10.9.2 (Mavericks)
    • Processor: 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo (Dual-Core)
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 2 GB
    • Video Memory: 256 MB
    • Video Card: ATI Radeon HD 3870 / NVidia Geforce 8800 / Intel
    • Additional: Macintosh mouse and keyboard required.

    • NOTICE: This game is not supported on volumes formatted as Mac OS Extended (Case Sensitive)
    • NOTICE: The following video chipsets are unsupported for SimCity4 Deluxe: ATI RADEON HD 2400, 2600, NVIDIA 8600m, Intel Integrated GMA 950, Intel Integrated x3100
    • NOTICE: SimCity4 Deluxe Mac is localized into French, Italian, German, Spanish, and Japanese
    Recommended:
    • OS: 10.9.2 (Mavericks)
    • Processor: 2.2GHz Intel Quad Core or better
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Video Memory: 512 MB
    • Video Card: ATI Radeon HD 5750 / NVidia Geforce 650M
Análises úteis de usuários
6 de 6 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
0.2 hrs registradas
Mesmo sendo antigo é um bom jogo para passar o tempo
Publicada: 4 de julho
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5 de 7 pessoas (71%) acharam esta análise útil
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Um jogo ok, mas nada como o Sim City 2000 ...
Joguei tão pouco esse.. acho que sou nostálgica.. rs.
Todo candidato a cargo político deveria ter noção sobre como administrar uma cidade.. recomendo Sim City.
Publicada: 14 de julho
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294 de 328 pessoas (90%) acharam esta análise útil
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My playime says it all.
Publicada: 17 de julho
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I spent years playing this game for PC. The CD is still in my laptop right now. For those that don't know, SimCity is the originator of being a mayor, placing down your roads, zoning area for buildings, watching them grow and balancing the budget. This isn't for everyone, but to a lot of us, this is huge fun and SimCity 4 is probably the best in the series.

This is all single player, instead of the more current SimCity 2013 that is focused on multi-player. The game can cycle from night to day, but its just a look and doesn't seem to do anything special. You have terrain control like previous versions of SimCity before you start each game.

You start out in a region map of dozens of land plots. Large, medium and small. You pick a plot of land and make your city. You can then save that city, load the region and start up a new city on a different plot of land or go to a previous city. Why does this matter? Because you can trade between cities, you can export and import water, garbage, energy and so on. Not just that, but the sims / citizens can travel back and forth. Such as living in one town and going to another for work. You'll also have pollution effects that seep into other towns as well. This is all single player, so you need to jump between cities. Because two or more towns can thrive off of one another, you can put your heavy polluting industries in an extremely profitable town on their own with no residents living there to complain about how awful it is. There is no need for police, hospitals or schools if no one is living in your industrial city. Then just make some mass transit system for them to get to and from work.

When you play, you have full control from the start with only a few things locked away unlike Cities XL that requires your city to grow before it unlocks things for you. Because you have full control, that may set you up for failure quickly. Highways, big hospitals, deluxe police stations and so on cost big money and until your city is big, you should keep it small. Once your city grows, the game has ways to tell you that your hospital is too small, such as your staff workers will go on strike. How do you know if its too small? Sadly you can't just hold shift and click the building, you need to click the ? and then the building. It seems tedious, but you'll see what the building can handle and adjust its budget. If you can't adjust the budget high enough, its time to make a bigger version of the building or just plop down another building to do the same thing.

You need to keep your budget balanced, everything will cost monthly money, so you either need to cut spending from places like roads, schools, utilities or raise taxes, which might make some businesses, commerce and residents run to away from your city. When you lower taxes, of course people move in, but then your hospitals, schools and so on will be overcrowded, your buildings will grow larger. Its beautiful.

The game will tell you what kind of zones you'll need, such as low, medium and high density residential, commercial, industry and even agricultural. Its your job to plop them down. It has a graph to show you if you need more and less. If you need less, raise taxes for them, or replace the zone with a new zone. Luckily the game makes it easy to replace zones.

There are all sorts of charts and maps, such as pollution, both water and air. Crime, fire safety, land value and so on. If you want to raise land value, put down police, fire, schools and so on. Then add parks and various things to drive value up. Replace dirty industries that pollute with cleaner industries like medium density manufacturing.

You can also click on zoned buildings to see the crime, water, power, pollutants, and even the driving pattern of where the residents go and where the employees come from. Its a very nice feature. Especially if you're trying to reduce traffic. You have control over roads, avenues, streets, highways, trains, subways, busses and so on. Its fun to see just how far people will ride a bus to work. The game has plenty of charts too, in order to demonstrate how far the average drive is, how much garbage you have, the age and education of your population. Its all a lot of information.

On top of that, you have advisers that will tell you what's good and bad about your city. The game sadly uses pop up windows to tell you what's up, but thankfully there is a setting to turn it off, or else before you know it, you'll have nothing but popups. Instead you can look at the ticker at the bottom of the screen and even go into the advisers section to see their specific needs.

After all is said and done, you can then summon a natural disaster (or truckasaurus) to come and destroy your town. Why you'd want to? Just for the laughs I guess.

Because this is the deluxe edition, it comes with Rush Hour expansion pack, which gives you the ability to take over vehicles and drive them on the road. Not first person, but still from the normal almost top down perspective. This content gives you missions that will give you cash and other rewards, but really, it doesn't feel like a great addition. Its just there.

This game is a classic, but after 10+ years, I don't think that its aged very well. After months of playing Tropico and Cities XL, those games just seem to run smoother control wise and have explanation to them. Having a hot key for pause would have been nice. Fires break out in your town extremely frequently, no matter how good your fire coverage is. It just breaks the flow of the game, you need to send your fire fighters out to stop the fire and wait while they put it out. That's just not fun.

There are also a few minor bugs, but some that will crash the game. Since there is no autosave, you can lose an hour's worth of progress if not an entire city.

It is still an enjoyable game and I can recommend it more than SimCity 2013. Is it worth the $10 - $20? No and yes. If you enjoy mayoring sims, you can sink days and months into this game, then its worth it, but you should wait for a $5 sale if not cheaper.
Publicada: 24 de junho
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21 de 24 pessoas (88%) acharam esta análise útil
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I have this strange feeling when I'm not playing this game that I'm wasting my life.

And when I do play it - there are people shouting at me and demanding more money.

But it is overall a really amazing simulator, I fully recommend it.
Publicada: 26 de junho
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27 de 29 pessoas (93%) acharam esta análise útil
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Essa versão do SimCity é bem legal. No começo achei bem divertido e até viciante. Porém, depois que consegui montar uma cidade grande, e a renda não parava de crescer, praticamente não tive mais o que fazer no game. Mesmo assim, achei muito interessante. Um bom treinamento para quem deseja entrar no mundo da política rsrs.
Publicada: 7 de janeiro
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