Publishers Maxis
Developers Maxis
Release date 1996
Genre Simulation
Game rating
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Game Description

SimCopter is a 1996 flight simulator video game, developed by Maxis. It puts the player into a 3D city. Like Streets of SimCity, SimCopter lets the user import SimCity 2000 maps into the game. It is also the first game to use the Sim language Simlish. SimCopter puts the player in the role of a helicopter pilot. There are two modes of play: user mode and career mode. The user mode (free mode) lets the player fly around cities that they have created (which can be imported from SimCity 2000) or any of the 30 cities supplied with the game. However, user cities sometimes need to be designed with SimCopter in mind, and most of the time the player must increase the number of police stations, fire stations, and hospitals to allow for speedier dispatches. The career mode puts the player in the shoes of a pilot doing various jobs around a city.

Download SimCopter

We might have the game available for more than one platform. SimCopter is currently available on these platforms:

Windows (1996)

SimCopter_Windows_ISO.zip (525 MB)

Additional files, patches and fixes

SimCopter Windows Patch 1.2

SimCopter Manual (Windows)

SimCopter Screenshots

Windows

Image credits: MobyGames