58 Sims and more to come (part two)

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We continue the list of The Sims games in chronological order with the next ten games in the series:

11. The Sims 2: University, March 1, 2005
As young adults, the Sims go to University where they will experience the ultimate college fantasy. New features: The University, new careers, new music, interactions, life states, themes and self and social interactions (pranks, pillow fights), the possibility of creating a student.

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12. The Sims 2: Nightlife, September 13, 2005
New interactions, 125 new objects, new NPC (a vampire, a gypsy matchmaker, a DJ), new aspirations, drivable cars, new build mode feature.

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13. The Sims 2: Holiday Party Pack, November 17, 2005
New features: winter themed objects, Santa Claus, holiday parties,.

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14. The Sims 2: Open for Business, March 2, 2006
New district in the city, the Shopping District where you can Create Thriving Businesses, Be The Boss, Learn The Tricks Of The Trade Turn Talents Into Cash.

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15. The Sims 2: Family Fun Stuff, April 13, 2006
It focuses on the children’s rooms that can be decorated with objects inspired by fairytales, such as castles, dragons.

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6. The Sims 2: Glamour Life Stuff, August 31, 2006
New features: Dazzling Home Décor Stylish Outfits.

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17. The Sims 2: Pets, October 18, 2006
You can get or create pets that have genetics, jobs and you can show off and share your pet creations.

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18. The Sims: Life Stories, February 6, 2007
You can play through great moments of your Sim life in a story mode that implies romance and dramatic turns.

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19. The Sims 2: Seasons, March 1, 2007
New features: death by lightning, by hail,by wishing well. New careers: adventurer, education, gamer, journalism, law, and music and a new weather channel.

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20. The Sims 2: Celebration Stuff, April 3, 2007
The game features 60 new items of clothing, mainly for weddings including tuxedos, dresses, cakes, arches, and flowers.

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