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The Sims: Pet Stories Videos and Trailers - Mac

The Sims: Pet Stories
Game Description:Part of the PC product line called The Sims: Stories, a spin-off of quick-play, "laptop-friendly" Sims games that feature engaging characters and easy-to-play storylines for both novice and experienced players. Train, play, and care for your cats and dogs, and count on many unexpected twists and turns in life with your pet. In the new and engaging directed Story mode, you take on a variety of challenges as you compete for 1st place in a local pet show and learn to tame a variety of pet personalities. You even unlock rewards along the way as you achieve set goals. In open-ended Classic mode, you create your Sims and their pets, design their homes, and teach your pets tricks. You decide how their stories unfold.
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