SimCity was the first game in the Sim franchise that has now spanned decades. The SNES port of the game is true to the original and even has a bunch of extras. There's Bowser, a Mario statue and bonus buildings like casinos and brothels. No, there's no brothels.
The game itself is very simple, we're tasked with building residential areas, commercial zones and industrial parks. After that we have to connect everything with roads and power lines. Then we're left to micro manage the day away.
Here's the secret to success when it comes to building the 16-bit city of your dreams: patience! Set up a basic, balanced and sustainable city then simply wait, let the game run for hours upon hours and you will have a billion dollars when you come back to it. The best part is destroying your metropolis when you get sick of it. "Some people just want to watch the world burn" once said an old British man.
It may not be the best strategy game on the Super Nintendo, but it's still an incredible title. And a relatively cheap one to pick up too.