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SimAnimals Latest News - Wii

Game Description:In SimAnimals, players can engage with the wild world of animals in their natural surroundings in an immersive and tactile way. In this game you are challenged to engage, touch, move and try to control more than 60 animals as you journey deeper and deeper into the forest. You control an on-screen animated hand that allows you to reach out and touch, pick up and move everything in the game from foxes and bears to trees and flowers. Cohabitate with these animals in their natural surroundings, and based on how you treat them, the animals will come to know and love – or dislike you! Have fun developing relationships with wild animals and their families, and experience the humor and drama of surviving in the wilderness.
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  • New 'SimAnimals' Trailer

    Take control of the great outdoors in the nature sim game for the Wii and Nintendo DS, SimAnimals. Hijack the forest January 2009. SimAnimals Trailer Watch Larger Version of this Video

    Posted September 16, 2008| 5 Comments

    New 'SimAnimals' Trailer
  • 'SimAnimals' Sheltered For Wii, DS

    The simulation frenzy doesn't just apply to humans--don't forget the mammals/fowls, man! Electronic Arts executive producer Sam Player gave out some details on SimAnimals, due out for the Nintendo Wii and DS in January 2009. Your presence in the game is represented by a "hand of all creations", where you can pick flowers, move trees,...

    Posted August 20, 2008

    'SimAnimals' Sheltered For Wii, DS
  • EA Press Conference Rundown From Leipzig

    We're out in the hall at GCDC '08, at a stand with a ton of monitors on it in a wall, for the Electronic Arts press conference. There are a couple hundred people here already, though it's first thing in the morning. Smooth jazz is playing to get us in the mood, and we're underway. 9:03 AM - Lights go down, and a spiffy opening video of EA...

    Posted August 20, 2008| 1 Comment

    EA Press Conference Rundown From Leipzig
  • 'SimAnimals' Announced

    SimAnimals was announced by EA today, and the delightful animal simulation program will undoubtedly thrill both future veterinarians and furries the world over. The game was developed by EA's Sims studio and will be available for the Wii and Nintendo DS next year. "But which animals are in the game??" I hear you asking. We're talking...

    Posted July 14, 2008| 4 Comments

    'SimAnimals' Announced
  • SimAnimals Mouse vs Bear Story

    Posted: January 28, 2009

    814 Views | 00:51 | 1 Comment

  • SimAnimals Forest is Alive Trailer

    Posted: January 14, 2009

    301 Views | 01:21

  • SimAnimals Trailer

    Posted: September 16, 2008

    1,697 Views | 01:15

  • EA E3 '08 Press Conference Archive

    Posted: July 14, 2008

    56,689 Views | 1:12:46 | 137 Comments

 


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