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Anonymous
April 6, 2005 11:28:36 PM

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Is the Sims 2 (with University) limited as to the number of items as the
Sims 1 was? Can't seem to find the answer searching the web. Thanks.

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Anonymous
April 7, 2005 2:11:54 PM

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Do you mean with the number of custom items you can install? There were
limits with the original Sims game and the early expansions though by the
time you got to Makin' Magic, there was a limit but not one that you'd
really notice unless you were a downloading maniac. Anyway, it's the same
with Sims 2 - you seem to be limited by the capabilities of your computer
rather than the programming - so effectively no limit unless your computer
was made in the Stone Age (or 2001 whichever is the later - in other words,
you need a fairly high-powered computer to run the game).

Best wishes
Maxon


"meanornerywench" <mean@ornery.wench> wrote in message
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> Is the Sims 2 (with University) limited as to the number of items as the
> Sims 1 was? Can't seem to find the answer searching the web. Thanks.
>
>
Anonymous
April 7, 2005 9:36:45 PM

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Thanks, I am a downloading maniac. Such nice stuff out there. My computer
is a couple of years old but runs The Sims 2 and University pretty well as
have a good graphic card.

Regards,
meanornerywench

"Maxon" <jen.magson@NOSPAMntlworld.com> wrote in message
news:KH75e.15642$kr.10721@newsfe1-gui.ntli.net...
> Do you mean with the number of custom items you can install? There were
> limits with the original Sims game and the early expansions though by the
> time you got to Makin' Magic, there was a limit but not one that you'd
> really notice unless you were a downloading maniac. Anyway, it's the same
> with Sims 2 - you seem to be limited by the capabilities of your computer
> rather than the programming - so effectively no limit unless your computer
> was made in the Stone Age (or 2001 whichever is the later - in other
words,
> you need a fairly high-powered computer to run the game).
>
> Best wishes
> Maxon
>
>
> "meanornerywench" <mean@ornery.wench> wrote in message
> news:D o%4e.22568$UW6.15784@bignews5.bellsouth.net...
> > Is the Sims 2 (with University) limited as to the number of items as the
> > Sims 1 was? Can't seem to find the answer searching the web. Thanks.
> >
> >
>
>
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