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The Sims Makin' Magic Goes Gold

by Rainier on Oct. 6, 2003 @ 12:51 p.m. PDT

In The Sims Makin' Magic, your Sims are granted magical powers to cast playful or mischievous spells. Venture to an all-new magical, carnival-themed destination, experience exciting new gameplay, gain over 175 new items, and encounter a whole new cast of quirky characters in this powerful pack of magical high jinx. Now's your chance to explore the world of magic, Sims-style. The Sims Makin' Magic Expansion Pack has gone gold and is scheduled for release on October 28, 2003!

At home, use suburban magic to transform everyday objects into helpful minions, hypnotize your friends, or turn that pesky neighbor into a frog. Unlock mystical recipes one by one in the family spellbook, and mix individual ingredients to create dozens of original incantations. Cast spells to take care of the needs of your Sims, keep tidy the house, cook meals, and meddle with relationships. But be careful, because every spell has a unique backfire, if your Sims lack that magic something. Hair-raising consequences in the game include toad plagues, snakes, and lightning strikes.

Visit Magic Town, the new spellbinding location, to earn rewards by performing mind-boggling tricks at a side show or dueling it out in a magic arena. Discover secret recipes for mystical concoctions and powerful charms. Quest for unusual ingredients or build wild carnival rides from the ground up. Eccentric new characters are available to assist and amuse you including a snake charmer, gypsy, and even a ghost or two. See what happens when the fate of the Sims is challenged and magic spells are cast with good or bad intentions. In The Sims Makin' Magic, expect the unexpected.

The Sims Makin' Magic will be the final edition to The Sims original series and prelude to the highly anticipated launch of The Sims™ 2. The expansion pack was developed by Maxis and is being published under the EA GAMES brand. The game is rated "T" (Teen) by the ESRB and has a US MSRP of $29.95. The Sims, The Sims Deluxe Edition, or The Sims Double Deluxe is required to play The Sims Makin' Magic.

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