The Sims 3 gives you the freedom to create unique Sims and immerse them in your own living neighborhood of endless possibility!
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Electronic Arts today announced the release of an updated version of its The Sims Online PC online game. The Sims Online’s vast world just grew bigger and better. For the first time ever, Sims can embark on a whole new range of exciting job opportunities, where Sims actually get to do the work instead of having the work action happen off-screen; own pets for a new level of mischievous fun; and employ service Sims to help Sims take care of their properties and daily activities, and new hobbies. With the inclusion of these new features, new and old Sims players will encounter new levels of interaction, new ways to advance in the game and more online fun.
If the IRS has left you feeling destitute and down in the dumps, join your friends in the wild, wacky and charitable online world of The Sims! It's refund day in The Sims Online on April 15th and they are opening the coffers to all of their devoted fans. For one day only, they will be awarding a total of over 100 million Simoleans to anyone who logs on to The Sims Online.* It's just that simple! Turn on that computer, log on to The Sims Online and don't forget to tell all of your friends. They won't want to miss out on the excitement! There is a ton of fun and a big piece of the Simolean pie awaiting you in The Sims Online on April 15th. All players that log in on April 15th between the hours of 12:00 am PST and 11:59 pm PST will be eligible for the Tax Day Refund. Refund amounts will be randomly awarded. All refunds will be awarded on April 16th.
Electronic Arts today announced the release of its highly anticipated PC game, The Sims Online. The Sims Online is the Internet, multi-player version of the top-selling PC game of all time, The Sims. The Sims Online is a massive virtual world created and populated by thousands of players from around the world. In this never-ending alternative reality players can be themselves or "Be Somebody. Else." In The Sims Online, players create and control the actions of a character known as a Sim. Players enter the world with a small amount of money to spend as they wish. They can purchase their own piece of land to do with as they please or they can join with other players to create shared homes and businesses or host wild events.
Wired.com reports that the most hotly anticipated, breathlessly hyped game of the year may not make it into gamers' stockings. The virtual suburban world of The Sims Online was supposed to be in stores in November, according to published reports. But the game's creator, Will Wright, said last week the release was pushed back to Dec. 18, as programmers tried to work out the kinks in the game's economic system. And, he added, the game might not ship until after yuletide.
The Sims Online Play Test gives you the opportunity to play The Sims Online early, before it's released to the public! It also gives Maxis the ability to test and tune the game while real people -- Sims fans like you -- are playing. Find out more and sign up HERE!
Welcome to McDonald's. Would you like virtual fries with that digital Big Mac? Electronic Arts Inc. said on Monday it has struck multimillion-dollar product placement deals with fast-food giant McDonald's Corp. and chip heavyweight Intel Corp. for its heavily anticipated computer game "The Sims Online."
People who subscribe to The Sims Online newsletter will be randomly selected and offered the opportunity to participate in the Play Test. This test will grow from a few hundred to over 50,000 players in the next few months. Joining the Play Test will give you some benefits as a player within The Sims Online. More about it !
Maxis are holding a Contest "Get Your Skins in The Sims Online". If your skin(s) are selected, you will win a cash prize of $100, a Maxis game and get a skin creation credit in The Sims Online! And you will still be able to distribute your skin(s) to players of The Sims. Well find out more here.
Now, Electronic Arts Inc., the Redwood City, Calif., developer of The Sims and a predecessor game, SimCity, is moving The Sims to the Web. It is planning to launch The Sims Online early next year, in which groups of up to 30 players can interact and role-play with each other, all in real time. Read full story here.
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