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The Sims - Bustin Out

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File Name:1312 - The Sims - Bustin Out (U)(Mode7).zip
Console/System:GBA
Genre:Role-playing
Filesize:10.46MB
Region:USA
Year of release:2003
Downloads:23274
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The Sims - Bustin Out ROM Download for GBA 

 

The Sims - Bustin Out, released in the year 2003-2004, is a life simulation video game that comes under the second title in The Sims series. Ideaworks3D, Maxis, and Griptonite Games developed the game for the Game Boy Advance.


Gameplay

 

In the game, the player's Sim is called the SimValley for a holiday in summer. The player's goal is to complete each career path, unlock and acquire back everyone's various properties, and become rich enough to dismiss Malcolm from his palace and move their Sim in. The player is allowed to progress in the game whenever they complete a particular set of tasks. Here, there are no furnishing things to open. Rather, the player should finish all missions to unlock new homes. The player can even unlock new mini-games in certain areas. The player can directly control by deviating from the "point-and-click" selection method, which is previously used in every Sims title. 

 

Best Emulator for The Sims - Bustin Out ROM

 

To play the ROM game, The Sims - Bustin Out, you first have to install an emulator called Game Boy Advance on your device. Some of the incredible Game Boy Advance emulators that support Windows PC are NO$GBA, higan, DeSmuMe, VisualBoyAdvance, PSX emulator, ePSXe, and so on. For MAC OS users, the Game Boy ADvance which supports your device is DeSmuMe, Sixtyforce, VisualBoyAdvance, KiGB, and BoycottAdvance. 

 

Similar Games

 

After playing The Sims - Bustin Out game, you might even like other games in the series of The Sims. O have mentioned below three The Sims - Bustin ROM related games for you to check out!

 

  1. The Sims: Hot Date
    The Sims: Hot Date comes under the third expansion pack in The Sims series, where new items for the house are introduced. Here the Sims can now call a taxi using their telephones, and it takes them to the downtown SimCity. The SimCity comprises many places such as nightclubs, shopping centers, restaurants, and recreation areas. When a Sim is on a date, they cannot give orders to their date, but still, the players can control the Sims.

  2. The Sims 2: Nightlife
    The Sims 2: Nightlife comes under the second expansion pack in the series of The Sims. The game has many activities such as dancing, bowling, karaoke, dining, a few dating mini-games, and even photo booths. New additions to this version include over 125 new objects, including cars, new interactions, and inventories. Here the players can own their vehicles rather than relying on the bus to get to school or the carpool to get to work. 

  3. The Sims: Livin' Large
    The expansion pack in The Sims: Livin' Large includes new features, items, characters, and careers. The game also features new non-playing characters such as Grim Reaper, Servo, and the Tragic Clown. The new objects introduced in this version are electric guitar, magic lamp, crystal ball, and chemistry set. 

     

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