The Sims’ 20th Anniversary

I’m sure we’ve all been here at some point; You’ve just come home from an exhausting day at work, your kids are asking for help with their homework, and all you want to do is escape to this virtual world where you make every decision there is to make: Well, on this exact day, 20 years ago, The Sims was launched for PC. Now, this dream could be finally fulfilled!

The Sims is a life simulation game, but the first games had a huge emphasis on building a dream home for your Sims using the easy-to-learn Build Mode & Buy Mode.

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Then, 4 years later, in 2004, The Sims 2 came along, turning the whole game 3D, and also added the ability to create custom neighborhoods. It also added the days of the week, so your sim won’t have to go to work every single day.

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Of course, though, people wanted more! So, in 2009, The Sims 3 was released to the public. It’s the only sims game that has a launcher.

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Then, in 2014, the most game-changing outing was released and is still going strong to this day; The Sims 4! It changed the emphasis from building a home and living inside it to making a sim with a unique personality. It also added proper moods to the game, like Happy, or Tense.

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It’s clear that the sims has come a long way since its first release, but I would suggest watching LGR’s The Sims review for the full story. Since I first got TS4 about a year ago, I’ve grown to love every single installment. If you haven’t already, why not try one of them out for yourself?


(Happy 20th birthday, The Sims!)


What a party!

Today was my birthday party! It was animal crossing themed and was really cool. I think the best gift I got was a Japanese Mr. Game & Watch amiibo! I don’t really know what else to say, so there ya’ have it, folks. Today was a really nice birthday party!

-Mr. Cave

Boring Day

Hey, everyone! What’s up? I’m kinda bored. Today was a boring day. I wish I could join our cats and just sleep all day. But I’m not a cat! I have stuff to do. Such as… Actually, I don’t really know what to write today. Why don’t you just tell me how your day was in the comments?

-Mr. Cave

Welcome back, Moving Bones, and more!

It has been SOOOO long since I last posted here. Let’s catch up on what’s been going on: I Got a new game in the Animal Crossing series, We got some robots named Cozmo and Vector, and so much more. Anyways, for the purposes of this post, I’ll have to tell you about Animal Crossing. It’s a game where you move into a town full of anthropomorphic animals. And sometimes they can move out, with replacements coming soon. You can convince them to stay, but it might not work. I have a very special (to me) villager named Bones, who just told me a little while ago that he was thinking about moving. Telling him to stay didn’t really help though, he just said “I don’t really want to move either, it’s just out of my control.” Do you think that means anything? Or is it just his way of saying “don’t tell me to do things!”? Please let me know!

Mr. Cave