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  • However, I found the game interface to be clunky and uncomfortable to maneuver after a while

    • by ruth0046

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      Much like the ever-popular Sims games for the PC, Sims2 Castaway for the Wii has a lot of the same features. Castaway will have you exploring caves, jungles, and beaches among other things. This game has many secrets and customizations that allow the user to create a multitude of objects and items that will quickly fill your inventory. In the game you need to create tools that will help you survive and find others to socialize with.

      After purchasing the game I quickly started to build my

      characters that I wanted to be cast away on the island. After customizing up to five characters, you can choose one to play with and start guiding them through the uncharted territory of the beaches gathering materials such as bananas, leaves, cherries, and coconuts. You can choose what to use each item for. For example, use the banana as food, cook it, or feed it to a friend ape. You will not find any pathetic volleyball to talk to in this game, but you can build sand ...

      • buddies and talk to apes. You have an inventory, tools, goals, and you can customize what you wear. The more you interact and play the game the higher your skill sets become. You monitor your character’s needs: hunger, social needs, toiletry needs, sleep, and space requirements.

        Castaway is an improvement over the Sims series because it offers more interaction and sound effects making the game more enjoyable to play. However, I found the game interface to be clunky and uncomfortable to maneuver after a while. It took

        some time to figure out how to speed time up using the Nintendo nunchuck and to figure out how to switch characters. The game is worth playing if you have a lot of time to spend playing a repetitious game. It can be challenging to make progress because you constantly have to take care of the needs of your Sim. After you tend to your Sim, you will slowly make progress, discover new items, and learn how to build new structures that will keep you interested in playing more.

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