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The Sims: Bustin' Out Videos and Trailers - GBA

The Sims: Bustin' Out
Game Description:First handheld installment in EA's popular relationship sim. Players take control over a single Sim and ensure that he or she is living a healthy life. If the Sim's bladder's full, you need to seek out a toilet. If he stinks, send him to the showers. If he's bored, entertain him with the various items all over town. The GBA version of The Sims: Bustin' Out, like the console games, features a massive list of tasks to perform, mostly involving delivery of specific items from one place to another and a slew of mini-games, including mowing lawns, serving drinks, and building pizza pies. The game can be connected to the GameCube version to unlock challenges and exchange data.
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