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Description official descriptions
MySims Party begins with the player moving into a run-down town with the mayor desperate for more people back in the town. You can customize your character and their outfit at the beginning of the game, or play as a MySims character. Your job is to enter festivals to bring the town back to life and get more people to live in the town. There are 51 different minigames to play in the Wii version, and 40 in the DS version, each hosted by a different Sim. As you play more festivals, you unlock more people, monuments, and outfits for you and your town. As more people move in, your town will expand to become larger. Unlike most Sims games, your Sim does not have any needs or wants, and sleeping is even optional. There is also a free play mode where you can play with your friends.
Credits (Nintendo DS version)
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|Very Special Thanks to the Creator of The Sims
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Average score: 61% (based on 7 ratings)
Average score: 5.0 out of 5 (based on 2 ratings with 1 reviews)
i was playing this game and then my neighbour came and we played it together. he said that this game changed his life and touched his heart. i then went and rented a projector in the park and invited my entire town to play and it changed their lives too.
The Bottom Line
this game has changed my life. my whole outlook on everything that exists in this world, in fact even in the entire universe. i can never look at anything i know the same way ever again. this game represents emotions most humans could never comprehend. but I can. thanks to this video i have been awakened to many things previously thought unimaginable. thank you.
Wii · by Anonymous · 2023
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Game added by KinopioKing.
Additional contributors: Alaka.
Game added August 24, 2016. Last modified October 20, 2023.