The Sims: Double Deluxe Edition - PC

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The Sims: Double Deluxe Edition (PC)
Viewed: 2D Isometric, Scrolling Genre:
Strategy: God game
Media: CD Arcade origin:No
Developer: Electronic Arts Soft. Co.: Electronic Arts
Publishers: Electronic Arts (GB)
Released: 10 Oct 2003 (GB)
Ratings: PEGI 7+
No Accessories: No Accessories


The Sims
The ever growing “Sim” franchise receives its latest instalment in the series, “The Sims.” This AI based game is said to be one of the most advanced and addictive titles of 2000. Welcome to the world’s first interactive soap opera, The Sims.

First and foremost, The Sims is an entirely unique experience and is not to be associated with any other title in the Sim series. This isn’t about buildings, safari’s, or any other constructive based title; The Sims is about people, and nothing else. Here, you get to play god, as you can tamper with their jobs, property, lifestyle, relationships and minds, but without facing harsh physical consequences that would occur under normal circumstances. With the option of starting a family from scratch, you can watch people fall in love, get jobs, have babies and further more watch their offspring get up into all sorts of trouble; the only difference is, it doesn’t take a life time.

The Sims: House Party
The Sims House Party Expansion Pack is chock-full of new characters, activities, architecture styles, objects and music. The new expansion pack will give players the chance to host outrageous parties for their Sims. The Sims have always been social creatures so what better way to let them get together and get them to let their hair down

Three new architecture styles and dozens of new objects allow players to hoedown at a country barn dance, chow down at a tropical luau, or go underground at a rave with their Sims. Within each entertaining theme, a festive variety of costumes and options are available to add breadth to the bash.

Players can build a dance floor for their Sims and watch them move to the rhythm of the DJ’s music. They can hire a flashy caterer to keep the buffet table and punch bowl full. Or they can roll in a mechanical bull or the giant cake full of surprises and kick the party into top gear. The House Party Expansion Pack makes it easy for the Sims to throw an absolutely unforgettable evening for all of their friends.

The Sims: Livin’ It Up
Put your Sims into extreme situations and settings with The Sims Livin’ it up, the official expansion pack to 2000’s game of the year. Add new career choices, objects, building styles and characters to your Sim’s lives. Confront anything from roach infestations to alien abductions. Create a wild new world for your Sims and see what happens.

You can build up to fifty new homes and create fifty new jobs for your Sims to choose from. These features contribute immensely to what is already a very challenging and well put together game. With the inclusion of this expansion pack, you can put your Sims up against the likes of The Grim Reaper. If you are feeling a little generous on the other hand, then you can present your Sims with a household robot to do the chores around the house. Also, to make life even more interesting, you can even give your Sims a magic lantern. I’ll leave the rest to your imagination.