SimCity SNES cheats and codes

SimCity un simulation video game, developed and published in 1989 by Maxis to SNES and for many other platforms, including PCs. Over the years, numerous versions of SimCity have been made and among these we mention: SimCity 2000, SimCity 3000, SimCity 4, the SimCity reboot, the spin off Streets of SimCity, SimCity Societies and SimCity Built It (released only for smartphones) .

The aim of the game is simple, at least in words: build a new city starting from nothing, or extend and / or improve an existing city. To do this it is necessary to build police stations, fire stations, services in general, power plants and so on and so forth.
To meet the expenses you can raise taxes, but also pay attention to natural disasters such as tornadoes, floods, fires, air disasters, invasions by monsters, earthquakes. We knew that the task of governing and managing a city was not easy, but with SimCity we have the definitive proof! The real "problem", however, is that the game is so addictive that once you start managing a city it is really hard to stop playing.


Load or start a new city, then choose END in the Save / Load menu. When you see “See you soon!”, On controller 2 press: LEFT, A, RIGHT, Y, UP, B, DOWN, X, SELECT, START; START, SELECT, R, R, LL
Press UP or DOWN to scroll through the various options and press LEFT or RIGHT to select them. To activate them, change the MEMORY item to SET and reset the SNES. To turn it off, go back to the menu, change the MEMORY item to CLR and press B.

$ 999,999
At any point during a game, spend all of your money on buildings that require funds (such as police or fire stations). When the tax screen appears at the end of December, press L. Select "Go With Figures" and return to the tax screen. Set all odds to 100% and always exit by holding L. When you release the L, your cash will be $ 999,999.

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