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PREDICTING what game is going to be a runaway success is harder than picking a winning share in The City.

Who would have thought that Zelda Zelda

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 keep up with demand?

Now Sim (1) (Society for Information Management, Chicago, IL, Founded in 1968 as the Society for MIS, it is a membership organization made up of corporate and division heads of IT organizations.  City 3000, reviewed in these pages just a few weeks ago, is flying off the shelves with many industry pundits suggesting it could turn into the fastest-selling game of the year so far.

In fact , this third addition to the original Sim City stable is doing so well copies are becoming a little scarce to find.

So, if you see a copy of this great disc, our advice is to snap it up.
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Apr 2, 1999
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