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* NoStatAtrophy: Averted. Your underused stats would decrease the more you increase other stats.

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* NoStatAtrophy: Averted. Your underused stats would decrease the more you increase other stats.



* SimulationGame: A life sim to be more exact. You, however, couldn't raise kids or get married so ''The Sims Online'' is more limited than the main series.

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* SimulationGame: A life sim to be more exact. You, however, couldn't can't raise kids or get married so ''The Sims Online'' is more limited than the main series.


Your Sim can live in any of twelve cities. You start off with four available careers that will help your Sim get off their feet. Your Sim must then enhance their six skills in order to go up the career ladder and gain more money from their job. Like most ''Sims'' titles and [=MMOs=], ''The Sims Online'' was open-ended. You could do, more-or-less, whatever you want no matter the intended story of the game.

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Your Sim can could live in any of twelve cities. You start started off with four available careers that will would help your Sim get off their feet. Your Sim must then enhance their six skills in order to go up the career ladder and gain more money from their job. Like most ''Sims'' titles and [=MMOs=], ''The Sims Online'' was open-ended. You could do, more-or-less, whatever you want no matter the intended story of the game.



* NoStatAtrophy: Averted. Your underused stats will decrease the more you increase other stats.
* {{Retool}}: There was a short-lived one to ''EA Land'' shortly before the game became defunct. This change caused all the cities to merge into one big city,
* SimulationGame: A life sim to be more exact. You, however, can't raise kids or get married so ''The Sims Online'' is more limited than the main series.

to:

* NoStatAtrophy: Averted. Your underused stats will would decrease the more you increase other stats.
* {{Retool}}: There was a short-lived one to ''EA Land'' shortly before the game became defunct. This change caused all the cities to merge into one big city,
city.
* SimulationGame: A life sim to be more exact. You, however, can't couldn't raise kids or get married so ''The Sims Online'' is more limited than the main series.


''The Sims Online'' was the first ''Sims'' game that could be played online with people across the world. Despite looking and playing much like the first ''Sims'' title, ''The Sims Online'' wasn't just an online port of the game.

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''The Sims Online'' was the first ''Sims'' ''[[VideoGame/TheSims Sims]]'' game that could be played online with people across the world. Despite looking and playing much like the first ''Sims'' title, ''The Sims Online'' wasn't just an online port of the game.


''The Sims Online'' was the first ''Sims'' game that could be played online with people across the world. Despite looking and playing much like the first ''Sims'' title, ''The Sims Online'' wasn't just an online port of the game. You start off with four available careers that will help your Sim get off their feet. Your Sim must then enhance their six skills in order to gain more money from their job and go up the career ladder. Like most ''Sims'' titles and [=MMOs=], ''The Sims Online'' was open-ended. You could do, more-or-less, whatever you want no matter the intended story of the game.

In 2007, EA rebranded ''The Sims Online'' as ''EA Land'' with new enhancements to come. Despite this, a few months later the team disassembled and it was revealed that the game was to be shut down. On August 21, 2008 ''The Sims Online'' closed. Attempts by fans have been made to remake the game, with varying success.

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''The Sims Online'' was the first ''Sims'' game that could be played online with people across the world. Despite looking and playing much like the first ''Sims'' title, ''The Sims Online'' wasn't just an online port of the game.

Your Sim can live in any of twelve cities.
You start off with four available careers that will help your Sim get off their feet. Your Sim must then enhance their six skills in order to go up the career ladder and gain more money from their job and go up the career ladder.job. Like most ''Sims'' titles and [=MMOs=], ''The Sims Online'' was open-ended. You could do, more-or-less, whatever you want no matter the intended story of the game.

In 2007, EA rebranded ''The Sims Online'' as ''EA Land'' with new enhancements to come. Despite this, a few months later the team disassembled and it was revealed that the game was to be shut down. On August 21, 2008 ''The Sims Online'' closed. Attempts by fans have been made to remake the game, with varying success.
success. In 2011, a Facebook SpiritualSuccessor called ''The Sims Social'' came out, but it too was short-lived due to popularity issues and was closed in 2013.



* {{Retool}}: There was a short-lived one to ''EA Land'' shortly before the game became defunct.

to:

* {{Retool}}: There was a short-lived one to ''EA Land'' shortly before the game became defunct. This change caused all the cities to merge into one big city,
* SimulationGame: A life sim to be more exact. You, however, can't raise kids or get married so ''The Sims Online'' is more limited than the main series.


!!''The Sims Online'' contains examples of:

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* LevelGrinding: During its heyday, it wasn't uncommon to see people grinding their skills so that they could make more money.
* NoStatAtrophy: Averted. Your underused stats will decrease the more you increase other stats.
* {{Retool}}: There was a short-lived one to ''EA Land'' shortly before the game became defunct.

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''VideoGame/TheSims1'' was a juggernaut hit. As with many video game successes, several spinoffs began development afterwards. In December of 2001, ''The Sims'' series took its first steps into the newly budding world of [=MMORPGs=].

''The Sims Online'' was the first ''Sims'' game that could be played online with people across the world. Despite looking and playing much like the first ''Sims'' title, ''The Sims Online'' wasn't just an online port of the game. You start off with four available careers that will help your Sim get off their feet. Your Sim must then enhance their six skills in order to gain more money from their job and go up the career ladder. Like most ''Sims'' titles and [=MMOs=], ''The Sims Online'' was open-ended. You could do, more-or-less, whatever you want no matter the intended story of the game.

In 2007, EA rebranded ''The Sims Online'' as ''EA Land'' with new enhancements to come. Despite this, a few months later the team disassembled and it was revealed that the game was to be shut down. On August 21, 2008 ''The Sims Online'' closed. Attempts by fans have been made to remake the game, with varying success.

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