Sim City 3000 Serial Number UPD
The HD resolution patch is compatible with the no-cd patch, but you have to edit a certain line in a hex editor (i.e manually patching the game). Also, using any resolution where either the height or width (or both) is not divisible by 8 will cause the game to crash. Here's a link to the GOG version patch instructions, which I have confirmed also work with the CD version. You will need a hex editor for this, since all the scripts are for windows. _series/simcity_3000_widescreen_patch_instructions/page1
Sim City 3000 Serial Number
Maxis was purchased by Electronic Arts in 1997, and the company would gain control of the SimCity brand. Will Wright continued to work at the company, moving on to work on The Sims, with development on future SimCity titles being led by other Maxis staff such as Christine McGavran. The next title, SimCity 3000 was released in 1999. It introduced many features, including waste management, agriculture, business deals and expanded inter-city relations. The game maintained the pseudo-isometric dimetric perspective of its predecessor, though the landscape became more complex and colorful.
SimCity DS, a heavily modified version of SimCity 3000, was released that year. The game made use of the handheld's dual screen to display additional interfaces at once. System specific features were prominent, such as the microphone, which was used to blow out fires, and the touch screen, which was used to control the interface. A 2008 sequel introduced a challenge mode in which players guided their city through different historical periods. For instance, the player could create a medieval city, or a pre-historic city.
There were also important and significant changes in the demographics and population of New York City from 2000 to 2010. While there was an 2.08% increase (from 8,008,278 to 8,175,133 ) in the overall city population, there was at the same time a 9.2% decrease (1,612,572 to 1,477,146) in the number school-age children as we defined them for this study (US Census Bureau ). While we do not have any data on the number of children actually walking to school, SRTS programs have been consistently demonstrated to increase the number of children walking to school, so the population exposure may likely have increased following the interventions.