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Sex & Nudity


You can make sims flirt, kiss and hug romantically. In expansion packs, you can make sims cuddle and embrace, even "play in bed". When sims "play in bed", they just get under the covers and the covers move so it's nothing explict.

Nudity is blurred when sims bathe/shower.

Violence & Gore


Contains some mild violence (i.e. slapping, attacking, Sims can be burnt alive etc.)

In some expansion packs, An elderly woman can attack you with her purse, But nothing happens.


None, as the Sims themselves speak a gibberish language.


Sims can make drinks that could be alcoholic drinks, but it does no harm to the game or its rating


The burglar/you're fired/raccoon/clown catcher music can frighten Sims players.

In some expansion packs, A scary man with no face dressed in a black cloak and carrying an axe which is the grim reaper, when he comes, nothing happens but the sims' soul will expire.


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