Different Versions Of Sims Games 

Sims games were created by Will Wright, and were released on February 2000. Later on the Sims 2 and The Sims 3 were also released. We can say that there is no main objective of the Sims game. In fact it is an open ended game and players are free to decide for themselves what constitutes success or failure. But the game has other many secondary objectives, like career and relationship success, although there are no set rewards for this. The player requires making his/her Sim successful in many ways. There are several versions of Sims games. Let know in details about the different versions of Sims games in the following article.

Listed below are the different versions of online Sims games:

Ports - This is one of the main versions of Sims games. The Sims games along with its all expansion packs were ported to the Mac by Aspyr Media, Inc. Besides this, Sims games were also ported to Linux through the use of Transgaming’s WineX technology which is also called as Cedaga. Moreover, they were also tied with Mandrake Linux Gaming Edition. But both the WineX and the Cedega engine are not able run the Windows version of Sims games. In the real port will no longer run on modern Linux distributions and will not be able to accept the different additional packs intended for the Windows version. These versions of Sims games were released on March 12, 2003.

Console versions – This also includes in one of the different versions of Sims games online. In the year 2003, Sims games were ported to the PlayStation 2, Xbox and Ninetendo GameClub. When we consider the gameplay, it is almost similar to that of the PC versions and contains many of the core elements. Some of the changes in this version include full 3D camera perspective and has more detailed appearances of Sims. It also introduces a "Get A Life" goals-based story mode. The ports enjoyed a generally favorable reception, with Metacritic scores ranging from 83-85 as of August 2009.

After console ports, there were also sequels such as The Sims; Bustin’ Out and The Urbz; Sims in the City. These versions of Sims games have certain features of PC expansion packs, and has additional multiplayer mode that supports two simultaneous players.