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The Sims 2 has an impressive amount of customization options when creating your sims. You can basically customize them to the smallest detail, including facial features such as nose, eyes or mouth. Moreover, your kids will inherit these characteristics, and your body's muscular tone can change over time depending on how much sport you practice.
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The Sims 4 is free to play from tomorrow - huge news for those who let the dishes pile up in their sink for days while ensuring their Sim gets a tidy eight hours of sleep before driving their convertible to the hospital for their shift as the chief of staff.
Now it's time to read the small print. This is not like The Sims 2 Ultimate Collection which was given away for free when Electronic Arts announced it would no longer support the game in 2014. That contained the original game and all of its expansion packs. Claiming The Sims 4 tomorrow will only offer you the base game - you'll still have to splash the cash on its expansions like Get to Work, Cats & Dogs, Island Living, Cottage Living and so on to benefit from their features.
Free! It's free! The Sims 2 is free! I don't really know what more to say. The Sims 2 is free on Origin. You'll get all its expansions and add-on packs too. For free. Because it's free. It's all free.
I mean, the technical explanation is that EA have retired support for The Sims 2 and as a parting gift gave everyone who owned it on Origin an upgrade to the all-inclusive Ultimate Edition, but didn't have an easy way to give that to disc owners too, so they've just tossed a free code onto the Internet. But in short: The Sims 2 Ultimate Edition is free on Origin.
Basically, what you need to do is redeem the product code "I-LOVE-THE-SIMS". You can do that on the Origin site or through the Origin client and you'll get the whole lot. Yes, Origin is required but surely no one would even consider grumbling about that when all this loveliness is going free?
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A small word of warning that there is likely to be disruption to the site whilst a new version is installed, as yet I don't have an estimated date, but it should be within the next couple of months and will see downloads for other games and additional content being moved to Parsimonious from other sites which I have closed. This will not include any content for Rollercoaster Tycoon World because that game clearly sucks and I don't want anything to do with it!
Regardless it does seem to be an issue that has divided the community. There are plenty of people who own and love The Sims 4, and a lot of those people feel persecuted by all the negative commentary. It's understandable, but I would urge those people to please keep in mind that it's not that we dislike you for liking the game, we dislike EA for putting us in a position where we simply couldn't go on liking it any more. Yes maybe if you hadn't bought it EA might have listened to our complaints, but then again probably not. This is after all a company that spent a year furiously denying that SimCity could work offline, and that wasted 11 years developing Spore... otherwise known as baby's first EVE Offline with monsters (btw, in case anyone wants an invite for a free 21 day trial for EVE Online... clicky-clicky!)
The main part of the game is to lead a Sim from the start of life to death. A Sim will be born when a female Sim and a male Sim try for a baby several times. The mother will spend 3 Sim days (each day lasts 24 minutes though time can be sped-up) pregnant before giving birth to a baby. During Pregnancy, the belly does not expand gradually. Instead, every day, it "pops" to a bigger size. Players can name the new Sim upon birth. The baby's appearance and personality will be based on the genetics of its parents (though the baby's appearance is hidden until it becomes a toddler). Babies can also be adopted by calling adoption service on the phone, even by single parents, old age sims or same-gender couples. The baby will change into a toddler in 3 days, and 4 more days for the toddler to change into a child. After 8 days, the child grows into a teenager, and will live 15 days before changing into an adult. After 29 days, the Sim will become an elder. An elder will eventually die; the length of this final stage depends on the aspiration bar when they become an elder.
The development team decided that the core qualities that drew people to The Sims were that it was easily relatable to most people, gave players the freedom to be creative, had an irrerevent sense of humor, and featured open-ended gameplay, and set out to build upon these aspects in the sequel. The move to 3D graphics was considered essential in getting players of the first game to upgrade. The dev team considered adding "thirst" and "stress" needs, but reconsidered after feedback from players showed that they were growing tired of maintaining their Sims' basic needs. Instead, the team focused on using the existing needs to differentiate the different life stages; for example, teenage Sims have a higher need for social interaction. Custom content was also considered an essential part of The Sims' popularity; to incentivize its creation, the team ensured that installing and managing user-made content was as smooth as possible. Will Wright stated that the reception to the expansion packs for the first game helped the team to decide which features to include in the base game, citing community lots as an example.
On December 15, 2012, Electronic Arts announced that the official website would be shut down on January 14, 2013. It is now no longer possible to download content from the official site, create exchanges, or participate in the official forum communities.
On July 16, 2014, Electronic Arts announced the end of support for The Sims 2. As a response The Sims 2: Ultimate Collection was released at the same time as a limited time offer. The game became available for free download from Origin exclusively following an announcement by EA that they would no longer be supporting the game. This offer ended at 10:00 PDT July 31, 2014.
On August 7, 2014, Aspyr Media released The Sims 2: Super Collection as digital download exclusively available at the Mac App Store; the game was updated for OS X Mavericks, 4K and Retina. This compilation only includes the first six expansion packs and the first three stuff packs. Aspyr stated they were unable to include the remaining packs for the game due to licensing conflicts with EA. Like the Ultimate Collection, no new updates on when the remaining packs will be released separately or as a single add-on to the Super Collection have emerged.
The Sims 2's malleable content and open-ended customization have led to controversy on the subject of pay sites. Custom content is distributed through independent websites, some of which charge for downloading materials. Charging money for custom content is considered a violation of the game's EULA, which prohibits the commercial use of Electronic Arts' intellectual property.
This is nonsense. We've reviewed 100 percent of the content. There is no content inappropriate for a teen audience. Players never see a nude Sim. If someone with an extreme amount of expertise and time were to remove the pixels, they would see that the sims have no genitals. They appear like Ken and Barbie.
The Game Boy Advance version of The Sims 2 takes place in Strangetown, and shares a similar GUI to its predecessors (The Sims Bustin' Out and The Urbz). Players are guided through a goal-oriented game based on the reality television concept in which partitions of the game are divided into "episodes". Characters from the previous handheld sims games also appeared.
The player is then free to roam around the gas station, and after being introduced to some more NPCs, including Bella Goth, who claims to be abducted by aliens, completing tasks and being taught the basic objective of the game which is "Secret Hunting" for the store clerk. The player then exits the shop only to find the garage around the back has completely disappeared along with Oscar and their car, with only the foundation of the garage remaining. The only thing left from the disappearance is a cell phone, which the player answers and a man named Doctor Dominic Newlow offers the player a job, requiring him or her to get a ride into town and find a place to stay. 041b061a72