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News Archive - 2001

Your mission should you choose to accept it is to play the role of a screenwriter and write an adventure story! Use The Sims Exchange as your medium of expression and blow us away with your big Sim budget summer Album!

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This week, the topic is objects for your game. What objects would you like Maxis to conjure up? Please respond by going to the BBS and post in the Suggest A Topic section.

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The Sims Online was a huge hit at this year's E3. Check out what the press had to say about it!

Gamespot: "While The Sims Online may seem just like a glorified Internet chat room, the game actually has many layers of depth, making the entire experience of controlling a Sim much more exciting."

Go to Gamespot article

Just when I am released from Sims rehab, gaming crack dealer Will Wright throws another addiction my way. This time, it's in the form of SimsVille for PC. I get cold sweats just thinking about it.

Click to check out the Happy Puppy article

"This time around, Will Wright may not have invented a brand new genre as he did with both SimCity and The Sims, but he may have done something more amazing -- taking the best aspects of community-building on the web and putting them into what looks is going to be one hell of a game."

Go to IGN article

While The Sims Online™ may seem just like a glorified Internet chat room, the game actually has many layers of depth, making the entire experience of controlling a sim much more exciting.

Click here for the GameSpot article

Simsville sits halfway between SimCity and The Sims. Think of it as SimSmall Town.

Click to check out the IGN article

Ever wonder where your Sims go when they're not at work? While I was a great fan of The Sims, I was always puzzled by this question. Where do my Sims go when they're not at work? Do they ever shop? Go to the movies? Go visit a friend? Take a drive? Run errands? Simsville, which inhabits the middle ground between SimCity 3000 and The Sims, gives us the answers to those questions.

Click to check out the GameSpy article, or click read more below to read the article and view the screenshots on our website.

Take your Sims to an online world where you get to be yourself or whoever you want to be. Be a peacemaker or pest, a recluse or rabble-rouser. In this open-ended, online world, you choose your role, your attitude and your destiny.

Go to www.TheSimsOnline.com

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