The Sims 3

Posted by Game Zone Monday, July 13, 2009

The Sims 3 is a strategic life simulation video game in the popular and critically acclaimed The Sims franchise, originally created by Maxis. Within the in-game chronology of the series, it can be considered a prequel. A collector's edition is also available, which comes with a free sports car download, a sticker sheet, and a 2GB Plumbob-shaped USB drive. Both the collector's edition and the standard edition of the game come with a coupon for 1000 Sim Points (equivalent value in local currency, eg. 10 USD) to spend at The Sims 3 Store. In contrast to the previous versions, the houses and neighborhoods are seamless, allowing players to explore and interact with their neighborhood without loading time. The game set a new record for Electronic Arts, selling more than 1.4 million copies in its first week of release.

Sim houses and neighborhoods are entirely in one continuous map, and the developers state that What you do outside your home now matters as much as what you do within. The game includes an optional feature called Story Progression, which allows all NPC Sims in the neighborhood to autonomously continue as if the player was controlling them, i.e. grow up, get married, get jobs and promotions, have kids, and so forth. It should be noted that the player is only allowed to control one family per neighborhood, with story progression replacing the previous ability to direct the interactions of many families. Many more features may be toggled on or off that previous Sims editions did not offer, for instance, a player may toggle off aging/death if they do not want that feature to be enabled.

Of the eight needs of The Sims 1 & 2, only six (hunger, bladder, energy, social, hygiene and fun) remain, removing comfort and environment. Furthermore, while The Sims 2's Wants panel remains, Fears have been removed, and the Aspiration and Motives meters have been streamlined into a single Needs meter. The impact of Aspiration (self-esteem) on Motives (physical comfort) is accomplished by the inclusion of Moodlets, bonuses of varying duration and impact that modify the Sim's overall mood. Moodlets are acquired via emotional events (a first kiss yields two days of positive affect; losing a friend yields a day's depression) as well as physical ones (getting a good night's rest; losing bladder control). Fulfilling Wants also contributes to the Lifetime Happiness score, which can be used to purchase gameplay bonuses (mostly pertaining to increased efficiency). Finally, the Platinum Aspiration game state, in which a Sim is overwhelmingly content, has been modified: the Sim's excess Mood now contributes to his/her Lifetime Happiness score.

Several minor features from The Sims 2 expansion packs appear in the The Sims 3, such as the young adult life stage, mobile phones and guitars (University), private cars, personal inventories (Nightlife), run stores (Open for Business), fishing, gardening, and storing leftovers (Seasons), jewelry and accessories, (Bon Voyage), tooth brushing, ceilings and playground structures (Apartment Life).[13][14] However, the majority of features from the Sims 2 expansion packs, such as a Sim going to college (University), are not available yet.

Features :
  • A new open game world - to travel without borders
  • A new system of creating characters Create A Sim - you will be able to realize any fantasy
  • New realistic characters - each character a unique personality
  • New opportunities for creativity - you can change absolutely everything!
System requirements:
  • For Windows XP:
  • Processor 2.0 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent * 1 GB of RAM
  • Graphics card - 128 MB, with support for pixel shader 2.0
  • The latest version of DirectX 9.0c
  • Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2
  • At least 6.1 GB free hard disk space and at least 1 GB to set up things and save.
For Windows VISTA :
  • Processor 2.4 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 1.5 GB RAM
  • Graphics card - 128 MB, with support for pixel shader 2.0
  • Microsoft Windows Vista Service Pack 1
  • At least 6.1 GB free hard disk space and at least 1 GB to set up things and save
For computers with integrated graphics chipsets :
  • Intel Integrated Chipset GMA 3-Series or higher.
  • 2.6 GHz Pentium D CPU, or 1.8 GHz Core 2 Duo or equivalent
  • 0.5 GB of additional memory

Publisher : Electronic Arts
Developer : EA Redwood Shores
Genre : Virtual Life
Release Date : Jun 2, 2009
Parts : 26
Size : 4.6 GB
Release Name : The Sims 3, Razor1911



THE BIG STORE (2000 items)




1. Download TS3.1 & TS3.2
2. Unrar them all in one folder
3. Install the game
4. Activate with serial :
5. Sims 3 Launcher err Launches
6. Wait for Installation to complete
7. OK
8. Copy crack to \Game\Bin
9. Play The Sims 3

Enjoy free The Sims 3...


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