The Sims 3 is the third installment of The Sims franchise/series.
Its creation was confirmed on November 2, 2006, by EA chief financial officer Warren Jenson who said, "Yes, there's a Sims 3 in development and it's likely to be a fiscal '09 title." In July 2007 AI researcher Richard Evans, who is part of the TS3 team, gave a talk at the annual AIIDE (Artificial Intelligence and Interactive Digital Entertainment) conference in California, notes from which can be read here.
There are dating sims for girls and dating sims for guys.
Feel free to contact us if you have any game recommendations for our website or any feedback on the games.
The Sims 2: Nightlife, or NL, is the second expansion pack published for The Sims 2.
it is based on the previous expansion for The Sims, The Sims: Hot Date.
Before it was delayed, it was originally to be released only on Windows but after the delay, it is available on both Windows (Windows 98-7) and Mac OS X, which makes this the first time EA released The Sims on both Windows and Mac OS X (EA only made the Windows version of The Sims, The Sims 2 and The Sims Stories; Mac versions were made by Aspyr Media). The preview only lasts about one minute, and has poor resolution.
In The Sims 2: Free Time, a computer is delivered by Mr. The Sims 3 official site also reveals that players now have greater customization options.