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ZOOM The Sims
House Party Expansion
$29.95 (Win 95/98) (DVD Case) (SIMHOUSEPR)

The Sims is required to play this Expansion Pack!

Publisher: Maxis / EA Games

Comic Mischief - Mature Sexual Themes - Animated Violence


9/10 from Game Zone

Party With Your Sims!

It's the party of the year for the game of the year and you're the host. You decide if it's time for your Sims to hoedown at a country barn dance, chow down at a tropical luau, or go underground at a rave. Will your party be a smash or a snore? House Party is your invitation to rock your Sims' house!

New Sims Features

Rock the house with five new music and dance styles

Party with new characters like the cake dancers and the celebrity guest

Build the ultimate theme party with new Cowboy, Rave and Luau sets

Mix and mingle your Sims in new group activities

100+ New Items

Mechanical Bull: Hold on tight and test your rodeo skills

Costume Trunk: Pick your outfit from togas to hula skirts

Dance Cage: Jump in and show off your moves

Campfire: Roast marshmallows, sing camp songs and tell ghost stories

Bubble Maker: Join in the soothing activity of blowing bubbles


Windows 95/98: Pentium 233 MHz, 32 MB RAM, 4x CD-ROM drive, 255 MB free hard drive space (plus space for saved games and Windows swap file), High Color (600 x 800 resolution) capable 2 MB video card with DirectX 7.0 compatible driver, DirectX 7 compatible sound card, keyboard and mouse.

The Sims original game is required to play this expansion.


Game Zone by Michael Lafferty

"It’s a homeowner’s worst nightmare. You let a mime into the house, and he won’t leave!

"Why let a mime enter in the first place? Well, the party was lagging, and it seemed like one idea to liven it up. That was the first in a series of miscues that have your Sim depressed, tuckered out and alienating those folks he or she calls neighbors."

"This product has one very simple goal – create more social situations for your neighborhoods of Sims to get together and socialize. It succeeds very well at that. The problems still come back to what the original program is all about – time and financial management. House Party is geared to getting Sims together, but when you micromanage the lives of one or more Sims in a house, finding the time to do just that is hard. You have to keep an eye on the Sim’s life meters, and make sure that energy and comfort levels are running high before tackling the ominous task of holding a party. And if you throw a really successful party, perhaps the biggest The Sims’ fan of all (Drew Carey) will walk into your Sims’ home and hang out. At least that is the rumor."

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