The Sims 3: Showtime

SimPort allows players to send Star performers on tour to perform special shows in their friends' towns (only if you have internet and friends). They can also invite your friends to send their Sims to perform for you and customize the stage in venues with special themed backgrounds, props, lights and special effects. Players can throw objects at performers - ranging from flowers to lettuce. Choosing not to use SimPort will not change gameplay with any interactions that do not require SimPort.[3] A player can unlock backgrounds, props, and costumes for their Sim if they choose to use SimPort. Sims who visit a player's town via SimPort will default to the traits, clothes, and objects that they have locally in their game. Players can message other players while their Sims are performing in other towns. Note, there are 3 versions. The normal, limited, and Katy Perry version do not have much difference other than special venues, stages and clothing.

2012 Simulation Single-player

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