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History of The Sims Game

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The Sims is a life simulation game that has achieved worldwide popularity and is one of the best-selling video games of all time.

This game was developed by a creator called Maxis, and was published through the company known as Electronic Arts (EA). A game designer by the name of Will Wright was inspired to create The Sims after losing his home in a wildfire.

The idea was that The Sims would be a kind of virtual dollhouse, allowing players to build entirely new lives for individual sims. According to Wright, The Sims is supposed to be a bit of a satire of American consumer culture.

The Sims officially began with SimsCity in 1989, which allowed players to create their own city and overcome challenges. Following SimsCity, the first actual life-simulation game in The Sims series was released in the year 2000, and was simply known as The Sims.

This original game sold over 6 million copies worldwide, and lead to the development of The Sims 2 in 2004, which included better graphics, different stages of life, aspirations for individual sims, and the use of days and weeks.

The next installment in The Sims series was The Sims 3, which EA released in 2009. The Sims 3 offered much better building tools, wishes and goals for the sims, and improved tools for creation of sims. In addition, The Sims 3 had far better graphics and fewer glitches than either The Sims or The Sims 2. In 2014, EA and Maxis released the latest game in The Sims series, The Sims 4.

This game has incredibly customizable "Create-A-Sim" features, very realistic 3-dimensional graphics, and allows players to create amazing buildings. The Sims franchise is one of the most iconic video game franchises of all time, and is only growing in popularity.