I ve often wondered how I would live my life if I were given the option of starting over. The Sims makes the dream a reality... a very addictive, mind-numbingly creative reality. Like your Sims, you may soon experience a need to maintain your hunger, energy, and, um, bladder ratings. Unlike Will Wright s city building creation, the Sims puts you in the position of actually creating a neighborhood of people to watch, control, laugh and cry with. Shawn Humphrey, the Sim, has yet to find his fiancee in his neighborhood. He has, however, added an addition to his home, taken a promotion as a Stunt Man, and thrown many a wild party at his digs. Friends visit, munch on Shawn s cooking, dance and converse all to the growing benefit of social interaction and a network of friends. The Sims gives you an opportunity to meet the Sim of your dream, or just cause trouble between married Sims. Live the life of a swinging bachelor/bachelorette, or start right off with a growing family. If you exchange enough passionate kisses, you ll have the option of having a baby. After three Sim days, baby becomes a kid. Your kid may be an angel or a devil, but they ll never grow up. And as long as you re careful with your Sims and don t electrocute, burn, or bore them to death, they ll live long, full lives and never die. Some hints and suggestions; it is absolutely essential that you have the following items; a fire alarm, a burglar alarm, a comfy chair or couch, an alarm clock, and a bookshelf. A computer will help you find work, of course, but unless you plan on using it for lonesome entertainment a lot, expect to just watch yourself playing miniature SimCity. Better than that, invite a few friends over to sit and watch T.V. You ll improve your friendships, comfort levels, and fun all at once. If you re hungry and have time, order pizza or make dinner and invite friends. Lotsa luck! You ll need it to find the strength to turn this game off.
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