SimCity Now Reticulating Your iPhone's Spline

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As promised, EA have released SimCity upon Apple's App Store. Unsuspecting iPhone owners the world over are now downloading the game, unaware that...this may be an iPhone game that actually delivers.

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Of course, a proper review of the game will (hopefully) be forthcoming, but I've been playing around with it all day and can report that it's SimCity, it looks good, and aside from a few bugs here and there it works.

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The graphics look like SimCity 3000, the gameplay's closer to SimCity 2000, and everything you expect from the game - down to advisors, utilities and disasters - is in there.

If you're tempted, it'll set you back $10.

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Kymeira
Raven Riley

I really wish iPhone apps had like demos or trials.

I guess I'll just pirate it for a little bit and buy it if it doesn't crash in the first 10 minutes. Why do all iPhone apps crash? Why?

P.S. I'm not just saying this as an excuse for pirating, I love the SimCity games and will gladly pay for it as long as it doesn't crash every other minute. iPhone apps have this strange tendency to crash all the time, so I'd rather find out if this is one of them before I spend the $10.