Monday, April 17, 2006

Eat? Drink? Shower? None of Those Are Priorities Right Now.

I'm sorry, I can't talk right now. I am completely and utterly immersed in and addicted to the Sims 2 game I just got for my new cell phone (and no, for the hundreth time it's NOT A RAZR!). Now, if you can excuse me, my Sim needs to use the toilet before she wets herself.

12 comments:

Useless Man said...

One more review that assures me I made the right decision NOPT to install that game on my computer...

Ohhh.. but it so tempting...

AlRo said...

we have Sims 2 - Open for Business.

It rocks! Not only to you take care of your sims as they live at home, poopin' burping, farting, eating, sleeping, woohoo'ing, and entertaining themselves... now you get to ensure that their jobs are successful too!

scott c said...

I once made lesbian sims (it was an experiment, I SWEAR). Then my computer crashed.

I tried not to read into it too much.
sc.

mysterygirl! said...

Scott C's comment made me lose my train of thought. The makers of Sims apparently do not endorse lesbian Sims.

AstonWest said...

I don't have enough time for the things I already do...I'd be that much farther up $#!t creek if I had that game (I did have the original, so I imagine the new one will suck even more time than that)

JordanBaker said...

I just gasped learning there was a Sims feature available for cell phones. My little mind is now whirring away at the prospect of changing plans, getting a new phone, and losing my productivity altogether.

Chixulub said...

I knew I had a good reason for not carrying a cell phone.

hanmee said...

I haven't had a chance to play for any length of time in quite awhile. However, I used to be quite addicted to the SIMs empire (had the previous edition and all its expansion packs - only a few were gifts).

This time it is actually Tarzan who is telling me I need to make time to play it.

It is freakin' awesome though. If you like, you can usually set their free will so that you don't have to be bothered with things like going to the bathroom.

But then they are a lot more disobedient...

Julie_Gong said...

I lost a whole solid week to The Sims freshman year of college. A real week... weekends included. I only left my room to go eat twice a day and occasionally to class. What if my Sim had to take a shower or dig a grave for one of the 80 babies I tried to have?

It nearly ruined my eye sight and my QPA but it was totally worth every second of its God-playing amazingness!

Since college I've had to uninstall it from my computer three times because it takes over my life so I couldn't even imagine what would happen if I had it for my phone...

Lazy Iguana said...

Cell Phone games are the root of all evil. And the leading cause of a productivity downward spiral.

But if you can pull it off - they are a GREAT way to get through a work related meeting.

Captain Bee said...

You should be able to domestically abuse your Sim, just for realism.

melissa.in.london said...

Oh, dear. I shouldn't have read this. I have the Sims 2 on my computer, and was completely unaware of its availability on my phone.

*gulp*