BackgroundTake your Sims to an online world where you get to be yourself or whoever you want to be. Create a house, coffee bar, dance club, museum, or whatever you can imagine. Explore the neighborhoods around you and meet scores of Sims along the way. Build a network of friends to enhance your power, wealth, reputation and social standing.
<li type="square">Pentium III 500Mhz Processor
<li type="square">128MB RAM
<li type="square">4X CD-ROM Drive
<li type="square">1.6GB Hard Disk Space
<li type="square">2MB DirectX compatible Video Card
<li type="square">DirectX compatible Sound Card
<li type="square">DirectX 7
<li type="square">28.8Kbps Modem
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The Sims Online was released in North America on December 17, 2002. It was one of the...
This game is really addicting and fun, i play it everyday. It is similiar, actually...
A REAL ADDICTION! I wouldnt have bought it if i knew i would get addicted to it. I...
This game is not what I expected. I realy thought this game would be great because of...
I am very disappointed in this game and my advice to everyone is don't fall for the...
This is *not* an actual game where Sims can stroll through neighborhoods and downtown...
REDWOOD CITY, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 17, 2002-- Electronic Arts today announced the release of its highly... posted Dec 17, 02 7:39pm
If I want to "not be able to afford stuff" and live off of welfare, then TSO is the...
Ok, the Sims Online overall is a great game. With all the new things to do, it is so...
- Genre: Life Simulation (PC)
- Theme(s): Lifestyle
- Perspective(s): Isometric
- Developer: Electronic Arts
- Publisher: Electronic Arts
Released North America Dec 17, 2002
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