Sequels Of Sims Games 

The Sims was first developed by Maxis and also is the first game in the series. It was basically released on February 2000. This game is a life simulation game that consists of day to day activities of one or more virtual individuals in a suburban neighborhood near SimCity. For this game seven expansion packs and two bona fide deluxe editions with exclusive content have been released. Later on it was also released on several different platforms. Since its creation, it has become popular all over the world. By 2000, the Sims became the top-selling computer games. In this year, Sims has been sold more than 6.3 million copies worldwide. Let’s know about the sequels of Sims games that have been released after this.

Listed below are the sequels of online Sims games:

The Sims 2 – The Sims 2 has been released after the Sims. It was actually released on September 14, 2004 and was developed by Maxis. These sequels of Sims games basically occurred in a full 3D environment opposing the diametric projection of the original game. It also included aging via six life stages from infancy to old age, which finally leads to death. Moreover, these Sims games sequels clearly featured days of the week with weekends where children could stay home from school, "vacation days" when Sims could take time off work. In addition, the sequels also have a new feature that enable player to have sexual contact with other Sim.

The Sims 3 – This is one of the other sequels of Sims games. It was released on November 2006. This sequel was made available all over the world on June, 2009. The production of this sequel has just started after the release of The Sims 2. This Sims games sequel features improvements to the User Interface as well as an open, seamless neighborhood. This core game and future releases will embody the third generation of the primary series. However, one expansion pack has also been released after this. As a part of celebration of the 10th anniversary, one stuff pack was released in February 2010; it introduces three of the most demanded items from the first two generations. Moreover, various items are available online for additional fees at The Sims 3 Store.

The Sims Online was also developed by Maxis and is one of the other sequels of Sims games online. Later it was named as EA Land. This online game reinvents The Sims as an MMOG, where real human can interact with one another. But this sequel does gain much success like that of the original Sims games. However, many reviewers likened The Sims Online experience to an enormous chat room where few participants, if any, had anything worthwhile to say.