The Sims series has been the king of DLC(downloadable content) games for the past decade, Sims 4, which was introduced in early 2014, is no exception, to this very day it is perhaps still one of the most user-driven games out there. the most intriguing part of the game is that, we, as gamers can have control on almost everything in it.
Similar to its predecessors, sims 4 starts with creating your own sims, during this process one can manipulate every detail of the “sim”‘s appearance, from hairstyle to body parts, as well as age and personality(even the way they walk!)
the player’s creativity can be further extended, in the building mode where the player has full control of designing buildings for various purposes.
The sims is traditionally a single-player, off-line game, however, sims 4 introduced a new feature–the gallery, which allows importing Sims and houses other people have made from The Gallery into the player’s game. This impacts the world around the player’s Sims. Players may publish their creations into the Gallery for other players to download into their game instantly. The new feature is the Sims’ first try of building an online community, in which players can explore and share their creations, instead of playing the game alone.