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The Sims 2 Videos and Trailers - Mac

The Sims 2
Game Description:The full-fledged sequel to the astoundingly popular Sims game will feature completely redesigned graphics, environments, character customization, extended life span, and more. Create your new Sim with an unprecedented level of customization, beginning at the genetic level. This time around your Sims grow up, have kids (whose appearances are determined by the physical attributes of their parents), die, and swim in the hot tub. Play out the entire lifespan of your Sim, receiving Life Points at crucial moments such as getting married, or at a child's birth. Graphic detail reaches new heights from the fully 3D, multi-story environments to the plugs that connect plasma screen monitors, to the detail of a Sims' shirt and shoes.
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