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Gumdrop Girl
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Welcome to my new addiction!

Today, I got an interesting idea. I made up a Sim family consisting of me and my boyfriend. Why wonder what married life is going to be like when I can have digitized people live it out for me!

I constructed two Sims using the facial features closest to our own, and putting them in the clothes we were most likely to wear. for our personalities, I went by our horoscopes.

Then we designed a house acording to what we've always wanted in a house . Big kitchen for him. Lava lamps for me.

Our Sims work in the fields we'd be likely ot be working in. I've even trained him extra in cooking. So far our Sims are happy in love. We even had a baby for a day before it was decided that we made awful parents.

Anyway, anyone wishing to play out their domestic fantasies can do it vicariously this way

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i had some friends who did that. they did it for the three housemates, two of whom were dating.
so there was sim-bob, sim-jane and sim-sarah (not their real names). in real life, sim-bob and sim-jane are dating. and they were dating or married in the sim version. trouble was, sim-jane kept walking in on sim-bob cheating on her with sim-sarah.
since that wasn't happening, it was okay...but be warned, the sims might do things that could be disturbing to you....
-rek

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Oh, i love the sims! Hehe, but i'm a cheater. I use the money cheat so i don't have to work. hehe, i used to kinda do that. More often i would try and re-create my friends houses though, heh.

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Haha, yes. I am more addicted to the cheating than anything else. I can get the maximum amount of money, and they don't have to work. I can give them the max personality, so they are super cool. I can give them max points for cooking/creativity/etc, so they are really smart. I can make them fall in love with each other with the touch of a button.

And best of all, I can build them a huge house! That's my favorite part, hehe. I don't even care if I play with the people. I just like building the houses!

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The Sim??? ACK! Heh heh, none of you are true Gamers! *grins* Heh heh, well no one is except for me.

The Sims was addictive but I quit after I realized that The Sims was all part of Will Wright's plan for world domination. Heh heh, stupid Maxis.


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hey, Xombie, watch it. deep down inside you know that politics or not, Maxis rules.

and you know, just because we're only talking about the Sims here doesn't mean there aren't any 1337 g4/v\3rz around...

anyway, cool it with the tone. no flames or general partially-flame-like posts. this topic is obviously for people who like and (properly) respect The Sims. ;P

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Heh heh, I think the posts might even be for a person who obviously has a sense of humor and can take a joke. You people really can't take my sense of humor, can you? Heh heh, pathetic.
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Xombie, that wasn't necessary. It isn't really about not having a sense of humour. Boards aren't like real life-no one can tell if you're insulting them with a smile on your face or not. Because of that, we like to keep things cool, calm and respectful. It's best for everyone's sanity, especially since this is a board run by volunteers and funded (just about) by people's donations, and one that deals with what is generally quite a sensitive subject. So please, try to keep it respectful, and if an advocate asks you (in the very kind and non-confrontational way that lemming did) to cool your tone, please do it. And maybe have a read of the guidelines as well.

Anyway, back to The Sims! I love it. I spent the entire summer of 2000 playing it constantly, sometimes for six hours a day. I'm getting better now, I think, although I would love love love the new Hot Date expansion pack. Has anyone used downloads from fan sites like The Well Dressed Sim? That's a great way to customize your game. I currently have a purple VW Beetle outside my very large house, complete with swimming pool, where I live with a lovely young lady artist and our adopted son. Since i'm never going to have an interesting real life, I've decided the Sims is the best way to live my dreams. Oh dear .

And has anyone ever noticed that all Sims are bi? That makes me very happy.

I think I ought to go now before I start to sound too much like the obsessed saddo that I am. Nice to know that there are others like me out there...

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Oh... and what about the Habbo Hotel ? Anyone been there? Nothing to do with The Sims, but can be as addictive!!
http://habbohotel.com/

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Well even I, quite a studied gamer, played the Sims for a while before I got bored of it. Now my sisters play it so much I had to abandon one of our computers completely because I never got a go on it! It is quite an incredible game that managed genuinely to attract many women to games rather than alienating them.

May I recomend though, if ever your interest in the Sims starts to wane, a game that was just out this Christmas by the name of Civilisation 3. Management strategy on a massive scale. Rather than relationships between people, its relationships between whole nations. Or perhaps that simply doesnt attract you lot... world domination etc...

Oh there is always Grand Theft Auto 3 as well... but then there was already that massive debate over that so obviously not to everyones taste.

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hey gumdrop, i too am one of the millions of sim lovers

have you ever been to thesims.com? i think that's right, but anyway, they have lots of really neat things you can download to add to your house/wardrobe. i downloaded some mtv character clothes and the like, and now i have broadened my wardrobe to a more, christina aguilera meets peasant look

it really is neat. here's the link: http://www.thesims.com and on the left side is "get cool stuff" where you can download things

and anyone who doesn't have the sims but is interested in purchasing it - do so! it's fun and really too addictive

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I am ashamed to say I have never played. I have SIM city though and kicks ass!!! I love building cities and naming them after people I don't like, then burning them to the ground!!1 Mwahahahahahahhahaha!!!! Power!!
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The closest I've got is a thirteen-year-old version of SimCity, with Amiga and B/W Mac screenshots on the back. Especially with a modern computer, I really think I should update soon.

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But, oh man, it runs, even though I've got about 1200 times the RAM it needs, and then some. Even if Maxis is evil, they've done some kick-butt stuff, and I love that it still works. Even if monsters keep eating my city before I've had a chance to do anythin with it. I think it got made 'cause I screwed up the copyrigjht protection the first time I tried running it.

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I play too, too much Sims. I have a me-Evan-and-Jeremy family, and before reinstalling when I got Hot Date, I had an entire neighborhood with certain Scarleteen advos in it -- those whose heads I could find, anyway. Caro's house kept getting robbed, even though BruinDan the PoliceMan lived right next door.

I use quite a few downloaded skins -- my favorites are from The Well Dressed Sims, Nighttime Sims, and The Sims Resource. Most of the download sites have gone to being paysites, and I don't feel like paying, so I'm looking into learning how to do a little skinning myself.

Anyone planning to buy The Sims 2 when it comes out? How about The Sims: Vacation when it comes out in March? I think I'm going to skip on Vacation for now, because Hot Date came out 8 months after House Party and it's buggy, buggy, buggy. So then Maxis made a patch to fix them -- and the patch is buggy! I hate to see how buggy Vaca will be since it's coming out just 4 months after HD.

I find The Sims to be a great stress-reliever; I have my little Sim whipping-boys. I have a guy, Dexter, who's a neat-freak. He lives with Fab and Jax, who are mean, nasty slobs. Fab and Jax do nothing but Tease and Slap poor Dexter, while Dexter does nothing but work, clean house, and cry. Then there's Joe HellaCool, the neighborhood Ladies Man -- he gets his heart broken daily. Mua ha ha ha!!

Yes. I am a wee bit addicted.


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Hey Aria, is Hot Date any good? I really wanna add that to my plain old Sims, but I'm not sure if it would be worth it (I played the hell out of it when I first got it, now I never do), plus I have close to no room on my computer.

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Aria51
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Hot Date is decent. The whole going-downtown thing can be fun; it's useful for buying your sims new pajamas/swimsuits/formalwear to use without changing every sim's defaults. It's also pretty cool because if sim A is downtown, other sims from Sim A's neighborhood might be there interacting with Townies or other Sims from the neighborhood. When you leave downtown, the interactions the Sims you weren't playing with get saved, and they might have built a friendship with someone and you didn't have to do anything. It likes to freeze up, though, and I've heard it requires Livin Large to play it. I'm not completely sure on this.

Of all the expansion packs, though, House Party is my favorite. Lots for your Sims to do in that one.


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Haha, Aria, I have millions of Sim stories, just like you! There was the Ludefesk family: Bjorn and Frieda, a couple born in Sweden. Then there was the Tanizaki family: Naomi, Japanese, and lover to both Bjorn (whom she eventually married) and Frieda. (It was a bit confusing!) I also had the EW family, based on one of my favorite series of books, EverWorld. Then there was the Kidd family, consisting of only-you guessed it! Kids. I also had Thaddeus "Skip" Robinson (son of the former Mayoress of Simcity who lived in a Bachelor Pad), the Thatcher family (Simone, an actress and adopted mother to Natalie and Jake), and my personal favorite, the Alto family. They were a mob family (get it? Soprano, Alto? Bad pun.), and I was actually going to send their photo album into thesims.com before my CD broke.

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Just as a note, Aria et al., you don't need Livin' Large to play Hot Date. So far, any old combination of expansion packs will work.

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Ahh! I'm soooo addicted to this game, it's not even funny. I generally end up playing it for about 2 hours of the day before I jump online and come here (all the while secretly downloading the pepsi machine for my little people that I can control... Mwhahahaha!). I haven't gone the whole expansion pack route -- mainly because I just don't have that kind of money laying around, but I'm considering it.

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I was reading the Neighborhood99 message boards last night, and came across a little challenge -- Before you go to bed or leave for work / school for the day, turn on your Sims game. Choose or make a family, and give them Free Will. (found in the Options menu)

Then, making sure they have the means to use the bathroom, sleep, and eat, just leave them alone. See how well they can do without your all-knowing mouse. So far mine have 6 RED piles of bills on the kitchen table, 7 fly-infested trash piles, 25 prudes (from the Prude Tree, obtained from Sims On A Stick), a dirty tub, and an unexplained tombstone in the back yard. I really want to know who they've killed. They do have an extra $10000 in the bank, though... I think there's something goin on, there.

So try it if you have time -- you might be surprised what happens!


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Hey !
I've never played the sims but I've been interested in buying it, but my PC is a bit cheaper than the sys. requirements so I dunno if it'll work.

I have:
Win. 95
Pentium 166
48MB Ram
4 Go of HD space
4X CD-ROM
2MB graphics card

The req. are:
Win 95/98
Pentium II 233 or +
300MB of HD space
4X + CD-ROM
2MB graphics card

By my experience, it's always a concern of graphics fluidity, but I wondered if there's graphics option that could make the game to run easier on a slightly worse machine than the required. Although, I don't really mind if it's not as fast because I have some games that don't run too good but they're still fun, so I might get The Sims if I can get someone's approvement on my PC speed, because it's the only concern.

Thanks !
David

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I'm not really sure how well the Sims would run on a "slower" machine (weird saying that because it seems like it wasn't that long ago when that was near top-of-the-line... or maybe I'm just showing how long I've been a closeted-computer nerd... hmmm). The main reason for the PII 233 is because of the complex character models that your computer has to constantly render. I'm not sure if the game would work at all, for you. But, of course, computer's aren't necessarly my speciality (but, hey, if you ever need a good argument for legalizing prostitution, I'm your man), so someone else might have some better imput.

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The minimum system requirements on the box are the lowest the publisher can get away with without being accused of false advertising. So you can be quite sure the minimum requirements are very much the minimum. And a Pentium and a Pentium 2 is a fairly large jump in hardware.

There is, however, very little reason for it to require that and no reason for it to fequently slow to a crawl on our Pentium 2 400 when accessing something new. Its probably the biggest criticism of the game that for its technincal simplicity, it requires an abominable amount of hardware strength. If they had worked at it, I would imagine there would have been ways to get it to work on a very low Pentium, or atleast provided options to scale it down to that level.

As it is, I fear a computer upgrade is required, DC.


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The Sims? Did someone say The Sims? I'll admit it's my second love next to Harry Potter I've played it none stop since I got Hot Date, this a truly a great game. Right now I'm married for the third time to a guy I (actaully) met. Two children, one from my first marriage and an adopated child who both attend Hogwarts, or atleast where the uniforms.

I tend to marry my crushes and when I get a new crush I kill my sim husband by setting him on fire. I always make sure my future husband has plenty of money so I can go work free.

My favorite place to download from is The Well Dressed Sim but sadly they were sucked into the stupid paying plan. Lucky only few of their things are free.

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just thought i'd share my favourite SIMS resource (especially for skins): SimSisters.

the 1st site is their 1st one, then they moved to the 2nd site, but some stuff might be only on the 1st (not sure if they moved everything to the new one).

they started only with skins, but now they also have walls/floors, objects, etc ... and although there are sites that offer a greater quantity of things, everything on this one is really good quality (like the skins won't crash your game - at least not mine - as some others from other places do).

so here are the links, enjoy (and don't forget to bookmark, coz they update it regularly )

http://www.geocities.com/simsisters/
http://simsisters.simsloft.com/

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Confused, that's classic bloatware. If it wasn't so common a practice a lot more of us would still be happily using out PI's.

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I'm a big simmer - guess who uses all our downloads up on skins?

I've opened a sims site, with X-Files stuff.

The X-Sims

Hugs & Scully & Reyes,
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LoL, i love the sims! The expansion panks have a lot of cool things on 'em.
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Okay, I feel completely left out. I have never heard of the Sims. It sounds like fun though.
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TeddyBear -- You can find the Sims at WalMart or Target, Best Buy, Circuit City, any place that has a decent electronics section. The Sims are a People Simulator (get it?) which means they act like real people and do what you want them to (usually o_O erm..). It's a really fun game, and runs anywhere from $30-50 from where I've seen it. [URL= http://www.thesims.com]Sim Site[/URL] And welcome to ST! I see you're a little new.

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good heavens, gillians gal! those xfiles skins are awesome!!! if only i had some spare HD space, i'd expand my sims like you wouldn't believe!

i was playin "my" sim house -- the one where i live with my boyfriend. we were just granted a kid, and this time, it wasn't seized by the authorities. my boy lost his job, though. now he's waiting tables -- that slacker!

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I just killed husband number three last night with poison chip *grins evily*. I think I'm going to live life as a single mom for awhile. Or atleast till I find another vict...I mean love.

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Thanks Daydreamer, I'll have to get out to the store and check the Sims out.
Yeah, I'm new. But I've been "lurking" around for a long time and reading the posts and just recently registered.

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