SimCity 2000 is now free

SimCity 2000 is now free

We don’t usually write about Windows games here on our web site but we couldn’t pass this news – the acclaimed SimCity 2000 game is now available for free.

In case you don’t know what SimCity 2000 is all about we will say a few words here – the game was released back in 1994 and lets you build the city of your dreams. Although the graphics inside the game is dated now the gameplay is still very addictive and promises hours and hours in front of your home PC.

So it is free like we said. But – here’s the usual but – to get it for free you have to create an Origin account to be able to claim the game. This isn’t much fun but creating an account takes just minutes and might be worth it to obtain this legendary game at no cost.

In addition it is not clear for how long the game will be free so it might be a wise idea to act now. It sells for USD 5.99 now, which isn’t a lot but money is money. If you are curious what or how SimCity 2000 looks like you can take a look at the game here before you download it for free.

Source: VR-Zone.com

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