LGR – SimCopter – Laptop Video game Assessment




Fly missions in your SimCity 2000 metropolis! Fight fires, disperse riots, throw people overboard to their doom. And what is actually up with all those 50 %-naked dudes kissing…

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● Songs used is from the Sim Copter OST.


25 thoughts on “LGR – SimCopter – Laptop Video game Assessment

  1. some of this music can be heard in the Sims… one of the TEchno tracks in sim copter is a techno track on the radio in the sims…the first version were talking- its pretty cool

  2. Would that be a… lady of the evening… at 6:48 or so?
    Interesting thing to include in this "kid's game" if it is. XD If not, she sure looks like one hangin' out there, lol.

  3. I had this, but the only thing I cared about was flying around in my own SimCity 2000 cities, I never actually did any of the main game.

  4. I've always wondered why the music sounds so compressed considering it was on CD-ROM. Can anyone tell me why this is? I actually quite enjoy the music, I love Jerry Martin's work on the Sim games and I'd love to listen to this music in CD quality audio.

  5. If only there was a way I could translate that hacking mucus gurgle all the sims in this game make when you walk up to them and capture it in a single comment, my life would be complete

  6. I spent so many hours on this game, using my first joystick for PC, Microsoft Sidewinder 3D Pro. It took me a while to make it work, I was young and clueless, but when it worked it was fantastic!
    I still have the PC, joystick and SimCopter too, but I'll never fire it up to see how it has aged. Nostalgia feels will do…

  7. man i loved this game! i too had the dilemma of copter vs streets but i picked copter, maybe sonce i had no helicopter games. I still dream of a sim city mod for gta, build your city then play in it.

  8. When I was a Kid I thought you import your cities from 2000 and fly through them, that would have been pretty cool.

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