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Miami Nights: Singles in the City (BlackBerry)

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Miami Nights: Singles in the City, the sequel to New York Nights: Success in the City, sets the life simulation in the city of Miami. Borrowing elements from related games such as The Sims, The Urbz and Singles, the game kicks off with the creation of a character with various settings for the looks, along with an aspired profession.

In the beginning, enjoying the luxurious life of beach parties, giant mansions and more friends than you can count, are nothing but a big dream. As a poor outsider with a small apartment, you need to work your way up through jobs and meet new people. There are over 100 unique NPCs and they all have specific desires. Money can be spent on gifts, real estate or the decoration of your house. To keep in check with the others' expectations, you can guess thoughts and feelings through text balloons above their heads. They tell you when it is time for a kiss, a shower, food, or some sleep. By choosing the right topics in conversations, you can flirt, joke or be serious, and those inclined to become a friend are added to your cell phone contact list. Friends bring along social status, as you can throw parties, as well as a new garderobe.

Progress is shown through the reaction of the environment and statistics that define your traits and characteristics, such as sex appeal, hygiene, charm, etc. If you choose not to live the life of a single, one of the most important aspects becomes finding a partner. Even same sex relationships are possible. There are no less than 40 attributes that define interests and desires to make a perfect match. Locations you can visit include houses, beaches, sizzling clubs and parties, the gym, hotels, shopping centres, the streets, and more. The ultimate goal is to make it into the limelight of stardom as a celebrity. It will take a long time, but the game can be saved at any time.

The game's theme music is an electronic rendition of Reel 2 Real's I Like to Move It.

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Sciere (268187) added Miami Nights: Singles in the City (BlackBerry) on Dec 31, 2009
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