Summary: My 9 yo neice played the Sims Animals-Africa first and just HATED this game because she couldn't control the animals. I say skip this one and go straight to that one since it offers more activities and options.
Summary: My kids love the WII Sport so I figured they could play other WII games we bought this one. A complete waste of money It was hard enough for me to work it but to expect my little ones 4 & 6 to use it was not happening. They should give it a skill level, they rate them E for everyone based on the violece but nothing telling us what ages the game is good for. So it was a complete waste of money.
Summary: The only reason I gave it two stars overall is because the animals were really life like. I didn't like any of the game because it was confusing. I liked the ds simanimal game but not this one. It was boring.If you gave a animal something it would take and you would not get any closer with friendship.
Summary: The game is pretty boring. It is the same concept over and over. All you do is the same at every area. It works like this: You are new to an area and have to grow plants to draw an animal in. Once the animal is in you have to have it mate. Then when there are more of the same species, some predators come in. You have to let animals eat and mate faster then the predators can eat them so you can advance to the next level.
Summary: I love Sims games, but this one is by far the worst I've ever played. Compared to other sim games, this one is very shallow in terms of the plot and goals. It's highly repetitive (as other reviewers have described as well) as you have to feed and pet animal after animal, area after area, without much else to do. I gave up halfway through because it was becoming so tedious. The graphics and navigation movements are quite crude considering the year this was put out.
Summary: We picked up this game to play with our daughter who loves animals but has this love somewhat tempered by an understanding of the cycles of life and death in the animal kingdom. The game starts out benignly, with the player learning how to interact and befriend animals. Skills are picked up and areas become open as tasks are completed.
Summary: SimAnimals is not the same as you might think. When I was waiting for this game to come out, I was really excited because I love animals and the other Sims games. But when I got it, it was not like where you go around anywhere and just watch what all the animals do and you get to do what you want. I thought it was way more creative but no, you have to unlock the animals and plants first.
Summary: I was very excited about Sim Animals since I am a Sims junkie(I own all the Sims 2 games and their console counterparts)so buying this game was a no brainer for me.I had hoped this would be an updated version of the terrific PC game SimPark...but I was wrong about that. Sim Animals lets you interact with over 60 different animals,everything from bears to squirrels to various bird species.There aren't any people(or Sims,if you will) in this game.It is all about you and...
It will send you to sleep faster then you can say 'quick buck'
6 October 2011
Summary: MySims has never been a particurally exciting series, but the cute humour and bonkers gameplay makes the series worth checking out. Sadly, SimAnimals is nothing more than a terrible offense to the franchise. Its basically the Sims with animals. You plant crops, trees and plants and animals will start to visit your forest. And thats about all you do. You can unlock more of the woods, but its a very short game. The main issue is how boring it is.