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Also a city that came with it SimCity and mentioned all succeeding Sim game titles, see SimNation.

SimCity was a 1989 PC video game produced and distributed by Maxis and later to my remade for the Nintendo DS and the Apple's Macintosh computer. It has spawned spin-offs of the sims name and forerunner of the critically acclaimed best selling computer video game, and/or series (a/k/a franchise), entitled The Sims[1][2] and its successors The Sims 2 and The Sims 3 with production of The Sims 4[3], The Sims Medieval[4], and The Sims movie[5].

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  1. 2004, Guinness Book of World Records, The Sims out sold the current holder Myst to become the best-selling video game of all time.
  2. 2008, 2009 Guinness Book of World Records, Maxis and EA have made The Sims franchise to sold over 10 million copies of the series without counting the forthcoming spin-off game.
  3. 2010, The Sims Division representative Twitter tweets, a sims division representative confirmed in 2010 that the production of The Sims 4 has begun. Little to no further information was released, but, confirmation on The Sims 3 successor is in the works
  4. 2010, The Sims Division, The Sims Division of EA has announced the release of The Sims 3 spin-off which will be released in March 2011
  5. 2004, EA, The game productions agreed to terms on releasing a live action featured film to be release in theaters.

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