- Note: This article is about a fictional in-game location, not the Maxis-created video game series of the same name.
SimCity is the city in which all of the games in The Sims series are based and is a major city in SimNation. It is also the supposed capital of SimNation. Many products and services come from SimCity. Buy Mode items are also apparently made there as well. The city is apparently a global city.
The Sims eraEdit
In The Sims, its console version, and the console version of The Sims Bustin' Out, the newspaper is called "SimCity Times," and many services are branded "SimCity." In Hot Date, the main stretch of community beach is named "SimCity Beach," implying that Downtown is part of SimCity. The message prompt that appears when first loading Unleashed refers to Old Town as "SimCity's new historic Old Town district," confirming it to be part of SimCity. When first loading Makin' Magic, Magic Town is described as "SimCity's own Magic Town," implying that it is also part of SimCity, though the rural setting and lack of streets suggests that it may be on the outskirts of town. Vacation Island is separate from the city, and it is unknown whether Studio Town is a part of the city. It can be concluded that Neighborhood 1, Neighborhood 2, Old Town, Downtown, and SimValley are districts/suburbs of SimCity.
The Sims 2 eraEdit
In The Sims 2, the newspaper and many city services and agencies are labeled "SimCity." This seems to indicate that the neighborhood is in or directly adjacent to SimCity. While it is debatable whether this is accurate for Veronaville and Strangetown, Pleasantview is definitely a part of the city as it is the same location as Old Town 25 years after The Sims. In The Sims Pet Stories, Arbor Falls is described as being nestled in the mountains of SimCity.
- Career descriptions in the Politics career in The Sims and The Sims 2 describe SimCity as being the state capital where the State Assembly is held.
- Mama Hick's bio mentions that she once was Miss SimCity.