Simpedia: The SimCity Box

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Immerse yourself in this massive collection of SimCity games. SimCity Box is a bundle pack of five games: SimCity Societies and its expansion SimCity Societies Destinations, SimCity 4, SimCity 4 Rush Hour, and The Sims Carnival SnapCity. Choose each individual structure from chicken coops to beauty salons to billboards as you create a truly unique city with SimCity Societies.

Then add a thriving tourist industry with the SimCity Societies Destinations expansion pack. Strategically balance demand, construction, and your budget with SimCity 4 Deluxe (SimCity 4 and Rush Hour) to shape the development of your metropolis, small town, or industrial city. Then try your hand at SnapCity where you can play through the goals of 25 cities in Story Mode or indulge your city-building creativity in open-ended Sandbox mode. With so many ways to build the cities of your dreams, the sky is truly the limit!



  • SimCity Societies:
    • Create futuristic metropolises, spooky haunted cities, obedient authoritarian states, and devout contemplative towns with this innovative and accessible citybuilder.
  • SimCity Societies Destinations:
    • Create exotic destination cities with attractions and amenities that visitors will love—and sometimes dread!
  • SimCity 4 Deluxe (SimCity 4 + SimCity 4 Rush Hour):
    • Immerse yourself in detailed, strategic city-building, constructing massive, gleaming metropolises or dreadful urban nightmares.
    • Add a detailed transportation system with the SimCity 4 Rush Hour expansion pack (included) for complete control of railways, water travel, and the airways.
  • SnapCity:
    • Put your skills to the test in a fun combination of city building and quick-thinking puzzle solving!

Release Dates

Release Date US: 
23 Jun 2008