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Body Shop Details
The latest issue of the Sims 2 newsletter is out, and it's almost all about the Body Shop tool. It's now been confirmed that it was formerly known as CaSIE, and Maxis also revealed what CaSIE means: Create-a-Sim Independent Editor. However, that name doesn't matter anymore. What does, is a brand new concept of art, sent together with the letter. It's shown below. Other screenshots that were included were these three. There's also a link to the interview with Lyndsay McGaw. That's all for this month's newsletter.

The Body Shop Results


Written at 22:39 on Wednesday, 24 March 2004 by ChEeTaH.

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Written at 07:34 on Saturday, 27 March 2004 by fangy171
So, all in all, straight out, what happened to CaSIE? Is it now just known as Body Builder or are the two totally different things?

Written at 07:39 on Saturday, 27 March 2004 by fangy171
Man this is going to be funny! In the sims2 if I create a sim guy so dreamy I fall in love with him.... I'll hafta live at my desk! Boy, thats gonna suck and rock at the same time!!

Written at 16:31 on Saturday, 27 March 2004 by ChEeTaH (TSZ Webmaster) (ChEeTaH)
CaSIE is no more, the name's changed to Body Shop (and not Body Builder). So it's exactly the same thing, just a different name.
C-yAh,

ChEeTaH

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