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Sims Free-play is different than the other Sims games in numerous ways. The most major difference is the ability to create and personalize all of the Sims in the game. Each Sims is crafted by the player none of the Sims are pre-made; the player makes them and names them. The player can also take control and play as all of Sims. The game also has several of the regular Sims’ game features such as: the Sims needs bar, being able to have children, career options for the Sims, hobby options for Sims, the ability to marry, and the ability to go to places like the park. Each Sim can be married to any Sim of either gender at long as they have reached the correct point in their relationship with each other. Sims Free-play allows for both polygamy and gay marriage; each Sim can be married more than once and to Sims of both genders. Sims Free-play has numerous tricks that can be done to earn more Simoleon money on the game. For one the player can fast-forward or rewind their game by changing the date and time on the device that the player is using to play the game. Another way is to buy items using LP and then sell them for Simoleon money at the store. The only real negatives for Sims Free-play comes from having to buy a house for each of the Sims the player creates, fact that the number of Sims is limited by the level of the player’s Sims town, and that each of the Sims the player creates have to be taken care of. This means the player has to individually take care of each of their Sims’ needs: their health, social, bathroom, sanitary, and sleep needs this can cause negative feelings towards the game due to the amount of time it takes to fill each Sims’ needs individually. If I were to give this game a satisfaction score with 100% being the highest I would give this game an 85%.
The Sims 3 Ambitions
When compared to the newer Sims games like Sims Free-play or Sims 4 the game falls a bit flat. However when taken on its own Sims 3 Ambitions is a decent game that can entertain any gamer for hours on end. The game has all of the basic Sims features such as: the Sims needs bar, being able to have children, career options for the Sim, hobby options for Sim, the ability to marry, and the ability to go to places like the park. The player creates and personalizes their Sim and the rest of the Sims in the town come premade and preset with the game. This does limit the player a bit and the only way to add new Sims to the game is to marry and have a child. Sims 3 Ambitions does allow the options for holy matrimony with a Sim of either gender. However if you marry a Sim that was already married to another Sim and had a child the child stays with the ex-spouse and the player does not get to have keep their new spouse child. The best feature of the game is the ability to speed up and slow down the speed of the game; giving you Sim a full night of sleep at 3x speed now only takes a few seconds, no more waiting hours for your Sim to rest up so that they can go to work. Overall while the new Sims games do offer a more varied environment and a bigger pool of Sims to choose from for a potential spouse; this game does have all of the regular parts of a Sims game and does allow for a good amount of game play and fun. This game also has a few tricks to save you time and Simoleon money. If you want to build the preschool for free all the player has to do is change their Sim’s career to that of a preschool teacher and then go to the lot that say preschool and click it. Another trick is the ability to fast-forward or rewind the game by changing the date and time on the device that the player is using to play the game. I would personally recommend this game as a good game for anyone new to Sims games it a great game for learning how the Sims games play and there is not a lot of pressure involved in the game play. If I were to give this game a satisfaction score with 100% being the highest I would give this game a 65%.
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Virtual Families 2
Virtual Families 2 is a virtual life game where the player adopts a virtual person in order to build their own virtual family. The player becomes the caretaker for his or her virtual people. The game begins with the player selecting a virtual person that he or she wants to start their family with; then aabout five minutes later the virtual person receives an email with a marriage proposal that the player can either accept or reject. If the player rejects the proposal then the proposals will keep coming by email to the player’s virtual person until a suitable spouse is found. Once marriage occurs the player can have his or her couple start trying for a baby right away by picking up one of the virtual people and dropping him or her on the spouse. Once the couple has a child the mother will stop working until the child becomes a toddler. The player is responsible for buying food and placing it on the counter for the virtual people to put away and eventually eat. The player also has to pick their virtual people up and place them on laundry items, stains, and spill in order to prompt their virtual people to clean it up or hiring a maid to deal with the messes. The player also guides their people in gardening and fixing broken appliances in the house. The player also has the option of rewarding their virtual family for good thing like working on their career and punishing them for bad behaviors like avoiding working on their careers. Overall Virtual Families 2 is a very simple game, but can be a lot of fun for players who enjoy virtual management games. However it is unfortunately very easy for the player to accidentally kill his or her virtual people by forgetting to buy them food. If this happens then the player gets to keep all of the money, but has to select a new virtual person and start trying for a family all over again. The game does not become boring over time due to random events that occur throughout the game like: a child showing up at the player’s house, food spoiling, electricity breaking, and/or packages showing up at the house. If I were to give this game a satisfaction score with 100% being the highest I would give this game a 60% due to its somewhat repetitive nature.