SimCity 4: Rush Hour Crack/Patch

SimCity 4: Rush Hour Get your Sims on the road to happiness by taking control of your city's transportation including roads, rail, air, waterways, and even cars. Take complete charge of vehicles on the streets of your city. Is the fire department stuck in traffic on its way to a four-alarm fire? Take direct control of the "hook and ladder" and pursue the quickest route to the blazing inferno. Solve missions from chasing down bank robbers to catching car-jackers, and earn reward buildings and other vehicles. [Electronic Arts]

Download SimCity 4: Rush Hour Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 81 / 100
User rating
8.5
Downloads 1079
Genre Strategy, City Building, Management, Modern, Government
Players 1 Player
Company / Developer
Electronic Arts / Maxis

SimCity 4: Rush Hour reviews ( 3 )

BryceJ., Aug 9, 2007

Well done, Maxis! This game fulfills every impulse that any mayor could have, from spending on all of those fancy marble paperweights to driving around in a fancy limo to unleashing Independence Day on the city. Best Sim City ever!

Braccheus, May 24, 2011

To date, this is my second favorite PC game. It gives you the ability to govern how you city will look in a way not previously seen in the sim series while at the same time allowing you to simply zone areas if you prefer. The transportation system adds another element to the game which is quite fun to work on while your city is developing. Furthermore, the mods available are excellent. Definitely worth every penny I spent, even when I had to buy a second copy because I lost the first.

AnonJ, Apr 14, 2014

SimCity 4 is a great game. However, to be honest, Rush Hour doesn't look like a serious and sincere expansion pack. Newly-introduced mechanisms are mostly trivial. "Drive by yourself" system looks more like cheating as you can gain massive money and mayor point in 5 minutes, for almost nothing. Nowadays as SimCity is being released as a deluxe edition it's fine. But I have to say it's so typical EA expansion that it doesn't deserve a high score.