Explore a whole new world with MySims™ - it’s your world to transform! Move to a town that has been struggling lately. With a little creativity and some help from the locals, you can make this place thrive. Improve the town to attract new characters, from the Italian Chef and Florist to the Kickboxing Instructor and DJ. Discover what the residents want and need so that you can help them enjoy life in their town. Design a hot tub or a jukebox from scratch, build homes and businesses from the roof to the front door. Uncover special decorations and patterns as you explore the growing town. From the furniture and objects to the buildings to the town as a whole, each of your creations is unique. In MySims, what you make makes all the difference!
Build and Customize an Entire Town — Your town is your own unique creation, from the flower shop to the mad scientist’s laboratory and beyond.
Shape the Community — It’s your call who lives there and who moves out! Who will you befriend? Who will you ignore?
Get to Know Your Town — Socialize with the locals and uncover all sorts of useful or surprising treasures hidden throughout the town.
Create your Own Sim — It’s a cinch to personalize your Sim’s appearance from head to toe with the Wii and DS controls. Unlock cool new clothing and accessories as you befriend the neighbors.
Design Your Own Stuff — Decorate with your very own furniture and accessories, then customize your creations with things you can grow, harvest, or discover around town.
Mostly mediocrejeyko | Sept. 24, 2012 | See all jeyko's reviews »
MySims does not deserve the Sims title to be in it. It really has mostly nothing to do with it. You have been warned. And if taken as a non-Sims game it's just... mediocre. The aesthetics are really kiddish, but the over-emotional faces are just creepy; I don't like them. As for the gameplay, it's strangely a fairly linear story, and not the usual Sims model. You explore the world, find resources and build things. Like the fully usual RTS. Yeah, MySims is just a mediocre RTS game hidden under the Sims label.
Not really a Sims gameMattiebo | June 19, 2012 | See all Mattiebo's reviews »
It's clear from the first sight of this game that it not designed to appeal to the average Sims player. The game was obviously designed to appeal more to kids, and so if you're looking for a new Sims game to play, this probably isn't it.
The first major change is how the game is not a completely open simulation game and there is actually a story and unlockable areas on a map which is completely pre-determined.
You will have to explore the world in order to find resources called essences in order to build things. This will take you to new places and you can use these essences to more build unique things.
The game is good for a few hours of entertainment, but it is in no way a traditional Sims game and you're unlikely to come back to it in a hurry.