The Sims Medieval
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The Sims Medieval is a simulation game that pulls you out of our time period and into an era full of kings, castles, and public executions. You control a kingdom of your own, but the main focus of the game isn’t decorating. The option is still there, but your goal is to create a sweet kingdom through hard work and quests. Start a family, but as in the very first Sims game, your children will stay that age, making this a non-generational game where you focus more on your kingdom, and less on designing a home and having a family line that goes on for years to come.

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Achim2 rated on 22 Apr 2013

[Version 1.0]


Downloads:109
Version Downloads:109
Type:Games : Simulation
License:Commercial
Date:10 Jun 2011
Platform:Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $19.95
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The Sims Medieval is a simulation game that pulls you out of our time period and into an era full of kings, castles, and public executions. You control a kingdom of your own, but the main focus of the game isn’t decorating. The option is still there, but your goal is to create a sweet kingdom through hard work and quests. Start a family, but as in the very first Sims game, your children will stay that age, making this a non-generational game where you focus more on your kingdom, and less on designing a home and having a family line that goes on for years to come.

Do you want a spectacular kingdom full of wealth and beauty, where the people are merry and sing songs while sitting a round table full of mead and fresh meat? Or do you want a warlike kingdom, where the ruler is a tyrannical beast who orders beheadings when the court jester tells a bad joke? You decide how you want your kingdom to turn out and work to achieve your dream in The Sims Medieval.


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