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The Sims 3

The Sims 3 is the third major title in the life simulation video game developed by The Sims Studio (Maxis) and published by Electronic Arts. It is the sequel to The Sims 2. It was announced that it was in development for PlayStation 3 and Wii in November 2006, and later announced for OS X and Microsoft Windows. It was first released on June 2, 2009 simultaneously for OS X and Microsoft Windows – both versions on the same disc. Smartphone versions were also released on June 2, 2009. Console versions were released for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Nintendo DS in October 2010 and a month later for the Wii. The Windows Phone version was made available on the Windows Phone Store on October 15, 2010. A Nintendo 3DS version, released on March 27, 2011, was one of its launch titles.

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In the sims 3 toddlers are able to read children's books to themselves when placed on the floor. if they read all the books before they age into a child they will have a head start in their teen years with a plus 3 in logic, writing, and painting. Hint: by taking the toddler to the library they will finish them all in about 3 hours

Contributed by Sydney M. Davis

Gotta love the Sims!

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Low on simoleons and late on the rent? Press the ctrl, shift, and C keys. Then type 'kaching.'

Contributed by Taylor Jackson

Sims 3 allows the player to create their own individual players with their own personalities and style. With custom colors and thousands of personality types to choose from, you'll have an endless combination of sim characters!

Contributed by Melissa Sukniqi

Like the fact I found someone on Youtube who loves Sims 3 as much as I do.

Contributed by Keeley Powell

You can even play The Sims 3 on your smart phone!

Contributed by Kelsey Helgerson

Ever been curious about the language used in The Sims? The language is called Simlish! They created this just for The Sims!

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