Prices in
Yoot Tower gameplay video loading, please wait...
Yoot Tower (pc game)
4.33 out of 5 (12 votes)
  • Game introduction title screen - cover
  • This is the city where building your tower
  • Starting with the building hall
  • Now creating an elevator
  • Building hotel rooms
  • Building apartments on the other side of the hotel
  • The tower is getting populated
  • Now there are also interesting shops
  • Some population statistic
  • You should build in vertical more than horizontal!
  • Dirty rooms there
  • A two tower building
  • Put some shops on the basement
  • A pub on the last floor? Maybe inappropriate for neighbours
  • Courtesy of My Abandonware.
  • Courtesy of Abandonware Dos.
We haven't found any digital download available at this moment.
No classic box available at the moment.

A good Sims like game

Yoot tower is actually a sequel to the very popular Sim Tower game that was very popular in 1996 and is a construction and management simulation. The whole basis for this Sims like game is to build towers that are accommodated for living and working and the prime objective is to build a five star tower. Yoot Tower is virtually unchanged from its original. The only thing new is a few new features such as the ability to build two towers and join them with sky bridges. You can also choose where the building will be built among 8 possible locations. While it all seems very simple and straightforward, what is really special in this game is its delicacy and concentration on details. Building a tower is easy, but you have to maintain its reputation, take care of its occupants, control the traffic around it, and every slight change in one of those things can affect the game. There can be a flu epidemic in your tower, since a big group of people living in such a small place. That is also to be considered in the game. Nothing is static, everything is working and, like a God, you have to take care of all of it. This game is superficial and simple at first, but as you play you notice layers and layers of complexity and detail which will tie you to the chair for hours on end. The visuals are not something to brag about, but they are not bad either. The soundtrack is consisted of techno and trance tunes and theyre alright, if that kind of music is your cup of tea. Yoot tower is, if not loved, to be respected for its depth and complexity that can only be made by a great mind and if you give it a try, you will be all but bored and there will always be something to do.