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Classic Game

The classic game
 
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A computer game of life, where you can do whatever you want and go wherever you want and don't have to face the consequences, or do homework. Would probably be bought by perverts though. Could be livened up so that whenever you die in the game the game self destructs.
JoshW, Apr 03 2001

The Sims http://www.halfbake...dea/www.thesims.com
A game where you create people and comtrol every aspect of their lives. [PollyNo9, Oct 04 2004]

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       I haven't thought about Life in a while. I never found it that much fun as a kid, but that spinner sure was a blast. I'm trying to remember if it was possible to win (or even reach the end) without getting married, having 2.5 kids and becoming a doctor or lawyer. Anyone recall?
centauri, Apr 03 2001
  

       Absolutely. We had problems where extended families have needed a 2nd car for all the kids. One of the better board games that ranks alongside GW's Talisman as an easy game to teach to adolesents.
Aristotle, Apr 03 2001
  

       GTA-3 sounds like this. It is specifically geared towards a life of mayhem, however. Which is great, IMO.
Krate, Feb 08 2002
  

       Wouldn't that be alot like the Sims?
PollyNo9, Jun 11 2003
  

       The most annoying thing about "Life" was that there was only one little square that gave you the opportunity to buy stock certificates. If you missed that one square, then you couldn't get any big payouts for the whole game.
phundug, Jun 11 2003
  
      
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