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“The Sims 3”

Written on: 01/01/2012 by asyabuddy (2 reviews written)

The Sims 3 is a computer game where you can create people, choose traits for them, and customize them. You can buy a house, find a job, and get married. You can go tons of places like the park, the diner, and stores. You can make friends and have sleepovers. Kids in the Sims 3 go to school and do homework.

If something is affecting your Sim's mood, it will be shown on the moodlet meter. If your Sim ate a great meal, it might show something like +15 ate great meal, because in real life, if you eat a great mean your mood will be affected too. But moodlets can also be bad, if your sim is tired, it can -50. There is a bar on the left, green if it is happy, yellow if it is fine, and red if it is bad. If you keep it green for a long time, it will add lifetime points. You can use lifetime points to buy advances in your Sims life like: "always clean" or "never hungry".

Just like real life, you can lose friends if you don't talk to them, and you can also have relationships and weddings. You can also end your relationship or divorce, but it will make your Sim very unhappy. You can throw parties and have birthdays. Your sim can also die of old age, hunger, fire, and being scared to death.

I loved the Sims 3, but it was a little too expensive. 50$? You can easily get bored of Sims, and there goes your 50$. I still think it's fun, because you are the creator of your own world.

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