About the Product
- Your town is your own unique creation, from the flower shop to the mad scientist's laboratory
- It's a cinch to personalize your Sim’s appearance from head to toe with the Wii and DS controls
- Decorate with your very own furniture and accessories, then customize your creations with things you can grow, harvest, or discover around town
- Play with friends safely in a shared online game area. Show what you've done to your shared space or visit your friends
- Show off your buildings, furniture and other newly created items to your friends in-game and then package it up and send it to them so they can use it in their town
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For her age it does take a couple tries on some things to figure out, but not too complex that kids couldn't figure it out. It doesn't say it's educational but the building furniture and houses using the blocks to figure out which ones will fit is probably educational for kids in some way. I ended up playing it last night to see if it was any good for people my age and it is quite fun! Just don't skip the information bits, like when they teach you how to fish or prospect, I skipped those and couldn't figure out how to do them correctly until I looked it up online!
Overall this is a fun game for everyone in the family, it's like Animal Crossing meets The Sims.
We can visit each other in our 'gardens' and it is still safe in a way that no one else can visit with my kids. It is a super cute and clean game and has actually taught my oldest how to read/spell a few words.
I especially like the workshop tasks, they are fun to do even for adults and I think teaches good skills to kids. The workshop was a little too hard at first, but you know how kids are - it was no time before they were making elaborate stuff for the townspeople.
You can change the appearance and voice of your character at any time in the game and the kids like that a lot. I think it is novel, but only interesting the first couple times.
I enjoyed playing the game, but got bored with it after a couple weeks. My kids are still going strong, playing as often as I will let them. If it were just me, I might give it only 3 or 4 stars, but accounting for my kids and how much they love it, I am giving it 5.
Still if you want to enjoy the original or the equally great Kingdoms, then go for it. You will not be disappointed in a light hearted but fun, customizable mini-adventure game.
She saw a game (DS I believe) at the store that said Sims and was rated E. I researched games for her. Turned out that DS game had bad reviews so I searched for another sim game rated E. I found this.
She has enjoyed it a lot, as do two younger siblings aged 4 and 6. At first, when they were just starting, the controls frustrated them. After a week or so they got the hang of things and it was easier. The main problem was getting them OFF the game!
Now, over a month later, they are still playing it. Not as much as they did but they play every day for a bit.
We loved that the game had three character slots. In this way they each got their own persons.
8 year old was sad that you couldn't have "babies and kids" but she loves it anyway.
I have not played this game so cannot give first hand info. They all love it though.
The only reason I didn't give this 5 stars is that the controls are a tad hard for younger kids. In a game that is aimed at younger ones- the controls should be easy.
We have, so far, had no problems running the game or with securom. No glitches or anything that I have heard about.
I disagree with the others and their reviews, not that they are not entitled to their opinion, but I loved it, also Sims Agents was a great game, Sims Kingdom for the Wii was another one........Try it before you decide.......computer is fun but for a game like this I love it on the Wii. Also it is a game that is rated pg... it can be played by any age, no objectionable content in it.......the whole premise is to be nice....what a lovely thing to teach a child.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fun, easy to understand, and personable little sandbox game revolving around friendship and decor. Great for kids and adults. Read morePublished 1 month ago by M.L.
My little cousin loved it in the beginning, but the tasks began to become repetitive. If the kids playing this are a little younger they might need your help with some of the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by C.tan
This product is not supported by EA anymore. This means no online support and no online play or links. I assumed this when purchased for my son. Read morePublished 4 months ago by 1627bc
You can't save your progress. Why is this game still being sold? ! What is the point? Plus there are no online features anymore. Sent mine back.Published 6 months ago by Toma
My son is to impatient to get into the steps it has in the game but I'm hoping that as we progress he will like it better. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kristen Marie