Special Community Day

Today I share with you the most exciting news that a Sims player could ever have! I will be attending a very special Community Day for The Sims… at the studio in Redwood Shores! Yes, I am going to the US! Going to meet the awesome people who make this game, see where the game is made and hopefully meet other Sims fans (I have no idea who else is going =/).

I will be seeing some demos of the latest games and sitting down with the developers. I literally do not have any more information than that, so don’t ask! Except that the sentence has a plural of game, so there will be more than one, I guess? Hopefully we’ll see something from the upcoming expansion Supernatural, but this is just a guess.

However what you CAN ask me is questions for the developers, I will ask as many as I can. I am not the most subtle person when it comes to questions so seriously ask me anything for them (keep a pegi rating).

The event is in August so please get all your questions to me before midnight on July 29th. You can ask me on twitter: @swwSims email: sww@platinumsimmers.com or in a comment here.

For every good question you will be entered into a random drawing once, if you give me 20 good questions you will be entered 20 times! A good question is something that’s well thought out, detailed, and hasn’t been asked 100 times before. Also it has to be something that I stand a good chance of getting an answer to – eg. we are extremely unlikely to be able to find out anything about unannounced expansion packs, stuff packs, and store items! It is also first come first serve, the first person that asks a good question gets the entry, if you submit a duplicate question – sorry out of luck, so be unique!

There will be one random winner from all the entries and they get a premium store item or items that you can pick that equal 500 simpoints.

Author: sww

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