No, this post isn’t about the Get Together expansion pack that released last December, although I will say that if you don’t have it, you might want to check it out. It does add a lot to gameplay, allowing players to create groups and clubs and giving us more ways to use our imagination.
As I said, though, this post is not about the expansion pack. Instead, it’s about the many ways simmers can “get together” online. I’ve been part of the online simming community since 2000, and even though I didn’t play Sims 3 — it was incompatible with my playing style — I did create a lot of sims to upload to the exchange, participated in a few “modeling” competitions, and was active in the storytelling forums.
Although the “official forum” can be a fun place to browse, a good place to go with questions, and a helpful place when bugs and glitches interfere with the game, it’s certainly not the only place for simmers to meet, greet, and get together online.
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