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It is a Friday night and you are looking for a way to decompress after a week of stressful tests, essays and exams. During a normal semester students would usually hang out with their friends or go partying but COVID-19 has put a stop to that. So what should you fill this time with? Obviously you should live vicariously through your fictional self in the Sims.  

There are many benefits to this but here are the top reasons why the Sims is the best game for college students: 


  1. There is no student loan debt. No worries about financial stability or living paycheck to paycheck. Just hit control-shift-C and “motherlode” yourself into a happier existence. Millions of dollars are at your fingertips with just a few clicks. 

  1. You can build your dream house. Spend hours funneling effort into making a palace for your fictional self and maybe even start to believe it is real! Nothing is off limits! A castle? Ranch? Farm house? It can all be yours but only in the Sims. 

  1. No one can tell you that having seven dogs or cats is a bad idea. Heck, you can even have a fox or a raccoon and no one will judge you! Live in the furry paradise you have always dreamed of. 

  1. Mad at your friend or maybe your significant other but cannot fight them in real life? Make them in the Sims and fight them there! No one gets hurt and you get your anger and frustration off your chest! 

  1. You can get your dream job! No stress of resumes or interviews, just a few clicks and it is yours.  

So there you have it. The ideal way to spend some extra time in college, just download and play the Sims! 

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