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Ask your Sims 2 questions
Later this week, I'll be heading off to California to attend the "Sims 2 University", a special event where webmasters of fansites will visit the Maxis studios to see the latest of The Sims 2. Of course the developers will be there too, including Will Wright, and I'll have the opportunity to ask them questions. Now here's my question to the visitors of The Sims Zone: if you have any question about The Sims 2 or the creation of custom content for The Sims 2, submit them! A lot of questions have already been answered in chats and FAQs, so it won't be very useful submitting those. Only the original ones, which haven't been answered (clearly) yet will be asked. You can submit questions by posting a comment (members only), or by e-mailing me. Submit your questions before Wednesday 21.00 (9pm) GMT and you'll make a chance of getting them answered. After the "Sims 2 University" is over, a report will be posted at The Sims Zone. There you'll see if your question has been answered or not.

Written at 17:50 on Monday, 10 November 2003 by ChEeTaH.

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Written at 01:04 on Friday, 14 November 2003 by Jake Gonzoph (-Homestar-)
what does the new sims game have that the oter one didn't???

Written at 02:56 on Tuesday, 18 November 2003 by jessica (jessica)
Is it possible for the sims to have sleepovers?
That would be awesome!

Written at 19:31 on Friday, 6 August 2004 by Zoe (monty21)
How much is the sims 2


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